Nussbaum’s Chaplain, Jim Revelle, is back with the final
installment of a three-part series. Listen at your own discretion, because
we’re talking about Jesus.
Jim released his final installment of a three-part series
this month. As a corporate chaplain, Jim works on a permission-based standing.
Here’s your “buyer beware warning.” This is a talk about Jesus Christ, and if
you don’t want to listen, don’t listen.
“I just want to give a listener warning. If you are a person who is not interested in faith or offended by faith, we’re going to talk about this person, Jesus Christ.”
Who is Jesus?
That’s the question Jim tackles in his messages. He is God,
but he came to Earth as a servant. The tone of his presence, the posture he
presented the world with was not that of an oppressive king, but that of a meek
and gentle servant.
“Can you imagine, God came to serve us? That’s the battery in the flashlight that makes it shine. That’s the gas in the tank that makes it run. That is the power that gives us the ability to serve.”
Whether believer, agnostic, or atheist – Jim welcomes your conversation and questions. Don’t be afraid to give him feedback and continue the conversation with him after the episode. He wants to hear from you!
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“He didn’t cease to be God. But, he gave up his
rights as God.”
“Whenever we come into a room or leave a room…
there’s a tone or something that we leave as a residue of our personality and
how we approach things. Some people are amenable… Other people are very
in-your-face. But, how did Jesus Christ come to this planet?”
“Can you imagine, God came to serve us? That’s
the battery in the flashlight that makes it shine. That’s the gas in the tank
that makes it run. That is the power that gives us the ability to serve.”
“He got a handkerchief that one of the girls had,
and he’s tenderly wiping the tears off of her eyes as she’s sharing her vows
with him. Here you have this guy with all this brute strength, and what do we
admire about him? He’s got strength, but he’s being gentle. And this is the
message of Jesus Christ.”
“Tip your server. Return your shopping cart.
Pick up a piece of trash. Hold the door for the person behind you. Let someone
in your lane. Small acts have a ripple effect. That’s how we change the world.”
– Wayne McPherson
“The ripple effect started with the tone of
Jesus Christ. It ripples into our heart. It ripples out. We change the world
one act at a time because we respond to him.”