May 22, 2008 Tony Morgan

wibo: perry noble

Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce Perry Noble. Here’s what he had to say this afternoon:

  • Mark 3:13
  • We need to understand our calling.
  • “Growing up, I was the fat kid.”
  • “Are you doing what you’re doing because you’re called to do it?”
  • “We don’t volunteer for this stuff. We’re called. If we’re volunteering, we’re stupid.”
  • I Cor. 1:26 “God chose the foolish things of this world… It’s because of Him that you are in Christ Jesus.”
  • We need to understand our priorities.
  • Our calling: (1) Be with Jesus. (2) We are supposed to preach. (3) We are supposed to have authority.
  • “There is way to much imitation and not enough revelation in the church. We’ll get it when we spend time with him.”
  • “God is not green, Kermit is. God doesn’t want us to save the planet while people are going to Hell.”
  • “It will be a cold day in Hell when I preach a message on recycling at the neglect of the Gospel message.”
  • “I’m crazy enough to think God has at least one more big move in him.”
  • “Stop walking in fear. Start walking in the authority that God has given us.”
  • “Do you really want to be a prostitute the rest of the life, or do you want to do what God has called you to do?”
  • “Sometimes God will call you to do some things that don’t make sense.”
  • God to Perry: “Boy, you do what I tell you to do and let me take care of the results.”
  • “You and I are going to experience temptation and spiritual warfare on a level that others in our congregation will never understand.”
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Tony Morgan

Tony Morgan

Tony is the Chief Strategic Officer and founder of The Unstuck Group, theunstuckgroup.com. For 14 years, Tony served on the senior leadership teams at West Ridge Church (Dallas, GA), NewSpring Church (Anderson, SC) and Granger Community Church (Granger, IN). He's written several books and articles that have been featured with the Willow Creek Association, Catalyst and Pastors.com.
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