June 7th, 2014 – Sermon on “The Good, the Evil and the Just” by Jody McCoy

Jody McCoy’s sermon on “The Good, the Evil and the Just” examines the Good, Evil and Just natures and showed how God wants us to yield to His nature and become good.  Jody carefully built his argument and some notable quotes are: “The default nature of man is a just nature” and “Jesus led in kindness so we could follow that kindness in kind”. Jody used the Christmas Story by Charles Dickens and the Otto Konig story about pineapples.


Jody used the following scriptures: Prov 27:7, Eccl 7:20, Prov 14:12, Rom 12:19, Matt 5:39-44, Jon 13:34, Eph 4:32, Matt 10:8

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  6-7-2014 sermon  (30 min)

Jody attends a COG7 church in Austin, TX where he lives and he preaches by request in Conroe from time to time.


2 Responses to “June 7th, 2014 – Sermon on “The Good, the Evil and the Just” by Jody McCoy”

  1. Gladys McCoy says:


    I enjoyed your sermon regarding “The Good, the Evil and the Just.” I had never really thought of the things you mentioned, but it makes sense using the texts that you used. We all want to be Good, but we also want to be what we consider is Just. Of course, as you mentioned, what happened to Jesus, on our behalf, was certainly not Just.

    I always enjoy the stories that you use to illustrate the truths. The Pineapple Story certainly was a good example. Otto Konig didn’t have peace until he let God take over the ownership of his pineapples. We, too, must give up our ownership of “things” if we want peace and joy.

    Thanks for coming and speaking and spending time with us. It is always a great blessing to have you home. May God be very close to you, Jody!


  2. Jeff says:

    Hi Jody,

    Thanks for the sermon. Parts of it ministered to me on issues I have had with some customers.


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