When we think of yokes, many of us imagine an egg! But the word yoke happens to be a strong, strong biblical term.
When you put a yoke on a couple of oxen, a lot of work can get done. But, if you yoke an ox with a donkey, you are in for some trouble. They are built differently. They are different in size. They have a different gait. They have different strength. If they are yoked together, they end up fighting against one another. They’re just not able to work together.
Some good questions to ask ourselves would be, “To what or who am I yoked? Who is doing the leading?” If you are unequally yoked in any way, or if you are leading when you should be following, what should you do?
The following sermon answers those questions in some unexpected and interesting ways. I found it to be very good. We hope you enjoy it, too!
For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.
Until the Nets are Full,
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