Grace and peace to you today, my friends.
This blogger is extremely concerned about some recent failed prophecies. “I say that this is a prophetic reckoning because literally dozens of prophetic words surrounding this historical moment were recorded and made available to the masses for spiritual consumption. It was a prophetic pandemic, and it has sickened the church. There is no shortage of these proclamations, and none of them were correct. None.”
I’m not sure they had church directories in Paul’s day. But if they did, here’s how he might have used one.
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“‘I didn’t come here for the other foreigners.’ I’ve said it. I’ve felt it. I’ve heard it said by others. It’s the kind of statement a cross-cultural missionary can say with a deep inner sense of fiery rightness. Yes, we did ultimately come here for the lost locals, and not for the other missionaries. Or did we?”
There’s no good reason not to return to so good and gracious a God.
There are lots of ways to answer this question, but here’s at least one…
Those who are suffering right now will do well to read this open letter.
…the individual who absorbs the most Scripture, spiritually assimilating it into his heart, life, and very being, is the one who will know most of the fear of God.
If a man teach uprightly and walk crookedly, more will fall down in the night of his life than he built in the day of his doctrine. —John Owen