As part of his “Faithful Friday” series, TV’s Dr. Oz recently invited Hillsong New York pastor Carl Lentz on his daytime talk show. The host and Oprah protege—who is known for his sometimes controversial medical advice—told his audience that Lentz would “not talk so much about the rules, but the energy behind religion.” Lentz took the next four minutes to preach a mini-sermon about Jesus.
You can see the video here.
As you can see in the full clip, Lentz discussed “how to find your way” in life. He opened with an anecdote about getting lost in New York and the importance of prayer and relying on God to guide you in your life.
We live in a world right now where people are trying to figure out this life without talking to the designer. And when Jesus said, ‘I’m the way, the truth and life,’ He wasn’t talking about a religion. He wasn’t talking about a social construct. He was talking about the King of heaven and earth giving you clues on where you need to go …
If you feel lost and you feel discouraged, doctors are great. A new diet will change your day. But praying to the King of heaven and earth will change you soul.