William Carey once said, “Expect great things from God, attempt great things for God.” All too often, we are doing one or the other, but not both simultaneously. Why is this?
If you were granted one wish, what would you choose to ask for?
Taken as a whole, the Romans Road is a beautiful and simple way to present the truth of the gospel. Unfortunately, it has always seemed to me that the first two steps seem to get nearly all the time and focus.
But King David replied to Araunah, “No, I insist on buying it for the full price. I will not take what is yours and give it to the Lord. I will not present burnt offerings that have cost me nothing!” (1 Chronicles 21:24) Read: 1 Chronicles 19:1-21:30, Romans 2:25-3:8, Psalm 11:1-7, Proverbs 19:10-12 Relate: I realized yesterday that all three…
These are examples of the exploits of the Three. (Mostly true… sorta)
If you were the officer, who would you listen to, the captain or the convict?
Instead of breaking that prayer down that prayer into ninety-two pages and making my own millions, I will do it in four paragraphs and give it away for free. It’s your lucky day.
If we want to make real change occur in our own hearts and lives, we need to dig into the word of God. We need to remove the distractions and listen to what God has to say.
When we try to bend, twist, and shove it into a narrow-minded twenty-first century limited understanding of “inerrancy” we do the Bible injustice and completely miss the bigger picture.
I am sure we have all had moments when we felt life spinning out of control.