Pas the Day - July 3, 2018

 

 “Therefore we want to know what these things mean.” (Acts 17:20)
 
The church should not disdain the intellectual, the cultured, or the educated but rather welcome them and their curious inquiries. Anyone who testifies to an intellectual should say what they know and admit what they do not know. There are some things about Christ that are known: Mysteriously He was born of a virgin, vicariously He died on the cross, and miraculously
 
He was raised from the grave. Gloriously He returned to God the Father and majestically He will one day come back to claim those who belong to Him.

 


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As people following Christ, we all experience stop and go, arrival and departure, life and death. We know about living in between pivotal moments. It’s easy to believe that God is not at work in the ordinary. But He is! Through my book Living in the In-Between Times, you’ll discover how God speaks to you, how you can respond, and the significance of decisive commitment to the will of God.

 

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