Pastor Greg is teaching a ten-part series on the ‘Ōlelo Hawai’i word Kaleo. It’s actually a very interesting word because it is a Greek word and it is a Hawaiian word and they are spelled the same, and essentially pronounced the same and they have a similar meaning. In Greek, Kaleo means “to call or invite in a loud voice; to be given a name or called by a name, title or purpose.” In ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, Kaleo is a name for a male person and it means “the sound or the voice.” Isn’t that interesting that in both languages Kaleo refers to a voice, to the sound of a calling? Pastor Greg is spending ten weeks covering five different callings God gives to Christ-followers. He is spending two weeks on each calling. Tonight is The Kaleo of Compassion (Part 2.)
W8 ~ September 23 ~ NEW SONG ~ WEEK 22 ~ Kaleo Part Two
(REVISITING THE STORY OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN FROM LAST WEEK)
1) THE KALEO OF COMPASSION INTERRUPTS OUR SCHEDULE.
2) THE KALEO OF COMPASSION COSTS US SOMETHING.
3) THE KALEO OF COMPASSION CHANGES LIVES.