In this message, Wesley Strackbein explains that a noble man or woman is someone whose adherence to a higher code compels them to take responsibility for those under their care; to act with dignity, self-sacrifice, and a sense of noblesse obige in view of the blessings afforded them.
He contrasts the examples of Judah and Reuben given to us in Genesis, showing how that Judah, though a traitor to his father's interests early on, acted nobly late in his life; while Reuben, who displayed the outward bearing of nobility, proved, in the end, to be ignoble of heart and untrustworthy as a leader. He urges Christians---those bought with a price to a high calling of service---to reclaim the lost attribute of nobility and to lead the culture as ambassadors for Christ. Approximately 76 minutes.
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