Kinsman: Part 2

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Men’s Pastor Scott Caesar discusses two Bible stories, related to Kinsman. One paraphrased and the other from Mark 2. The paraphrased story tells of a paralyzed man named Benji, who has four devoted friends that bring him to Jesus for healing. To reach Jesus, they go to great lengths, even digging a hole in a roof, which astonishes Jesus. He ultimately heals the paralytic, not only because of the man’s faith but also because of the remarkable unity and faith of the four friends. This highlights the power of faith and the strong bonds of kinsman brotherhood.

The sermon then delves into the concept of Kinsmen Redeemers as found in Leviticus. A Kinsman Redeemer is a near relative or a great friend assigned to help someone in times of trouble or debt. Pastor Scott emphasizes the privilege and responsibility of acting on behalf of a near relative in need, highlighting the importance of supporting and uplifting one another. This concept of Kinsman is linked to the idea of a “Bodacious Brotherhood” that mimics the unity and love seen in the trinitarian relationship, encouraging men to strengthen, encourage, admonish, and love one another as they navigate life’s challenges.

In conclusion, Pastor Scott encourages men to form a strong and supportive kinsman brotherhood, akin to the unity within the trinity. He emphasizes the need for men to be there for one another, not only during moments of triumph but also in times of struggle and adversity. Pastor Scott encourages men to be courageous lovers of people, to strengthen each other in the Lord, and to outdo each other in honor and love, forming a united and supportive community that stands together through the challenges of life.

Men's Pastor Scott Caesar

Scott Caesar is the Men’s Pastor and Founder of the Men’s Discipleship Network. In 2016 MDN celebrated 20 years in ministry to men and their families. He is the author of the W.E.A.P.O.N.S. ® Curriculum for Men and The Mission-Driven Man series which provide comprehensive training on the most vital truths for the Christian man. The Men’s Discipleship Network’s system of male discipleship has seen unprecedented growth in the Northeast United States due to message–driven events and church curriculum cementing “Truth that Transforms with Training that Sustains.” 

Men's Pastor Scott Caesar

Scott Caesar is the Men’s Pastor and Founder of the Men’s Discipleship Network. In 2016 MDN celebrated 20 years in ministry to men and their families. He is the author of the W.E.A.P.O.N.S. ® Curriculum for Men and The Mission-Driven Man series which provide comprehensive training on the most vital truths for the Christian man. The Men’s Discipleship Network’s system of male discipleship has seen unprecedented growth in the Northeast United States due to message–driven events and church curriculum cementing “Truth that Transforms with Training that Sustains.” 

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