Nathan Laborie - September 22, 2018

To See People As God Sees People - Part 3

Zacchaeus was a chief tax collector. He was a traitor to his people and earned tremendous wealth through massive corruption - the kind of guy despised by everyone. Everyone but Jesus. Jesus actually invited Himself to Zacchaeus’ house for dinner. (Much to the surprise and outrage of many who saw this.) Yet perhaps even more compelling than where Jesus had dinner that day is when Jesus had dinner with Zacchaeus.

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There are many reasons to do missions: to spread the Gospel, to provide humanitarian aid to the less fortunate among us or even just to increase our gratitude for what we have in our lives. At Chesapeake all these reasons matter – but we have one more – to see people as God sees people. When we see people as God sees people, we come to a deeper appreciation of how all people do matter – regardless of where they are.

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