Security And Significance

If a man wishes to come after Me, he must deny his very self, take up his cross, and follow in My steps

Mark 8:34
Mark 8:27-35

Sermon Topic


Dr. Viktor Frankl was one of the several million Jews who experienced the horrors of Nazi concentration camps during World War II. He personally suffered much, and was an eyewitness to the torturing, incinerating, shooting and gassing of his fellow prisoners. But through it all, he also was a keen observer of the conduct of those who survived. In his book entitled “Man’s Search for Meaning,” Dr. Frankl reports that the majority were overcome by their situation of hopelessness and defeat. Faced with the reality that from the death camp there was no escape-no end to suffering, no “light at the end of the tunnel”-many of the prisoners fell apart spiritually even before they were broken physically. Their spiritual transformation…

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