The Gospel N Pop Culture – Broken

Brokenness is a part of each of our stories. It is not something to hide from, ignore, or explain away. It is a real part of life. Johnny Cash knew this better than most.

Johnny Cash – Hurt

Johnny Cash was considered the lens through which to view American contradictions and challenges. He was a Christian that claimed to be the worst of sinners. His life was filled with fame and obscurity and he left the world broken.

This is just one of many expressions of pop-culture that touches our hearts and connects our lives through our common storyline of brokenness.

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The Problem

The Problem with pop culture is that it tends to glamorize, popularize and normalize brokenness. This leaves us with a deep understanding of what it is to be broken, but without a remedy.

The Remedy

The Gospel delivers the remedy. The Word of God defines, contextualize, and identifies brokenness as a byproduct of sin. Sin is as natural occurring part of life that reminds us we are broken and need to be fixed. Sin doesn’t make your bad it just makes you dead.

It’s Who We Are:

Romans 3:23

23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,

It’s An Epidemic:

Romans 5:12

12 Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man, and death through sin, so death spread to all men because all sinned

It Needs A HERO

Romans 6:23

23 For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.

check out this video to see how God feels about our brokenness 

God of The Broken

Keeping the Conversation Going

Are you broken and stuck?

Can you trust God to help you?

Can you help others that are broken to experience God?

 

Learn More about the Hero Next Week.

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