By Robert A. Raines
This ebook is predicated at the author's studies in his personal church and breathes a spirit of urgency that's either fresh and stimulating. He indicates how the minister needs to realize that his humans, too, are ministers of the Gospel and that it is just by means of operating jointly as a decided fellowship of the redeemed that the church can convert and remodel society. it is a ebook of particular feedback which have been demonstrated and proved to be powerful.
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It takes time to become a Christian. One is not genuinely converted to Christ overnight. Paul was writing out of his own experience, for it was a full three years after his awakening on the Damascus road when he entered upon his active ministry. The three years probably were spent in a monastic setting near Damascus, where Paul sought to understand the meaning of what had happened to him and the mission to which he was now called. For us, too, it will take time. Harry Emerson Fosdick wrote: "Such transformation of life does not happen in a moment; it requires more than instantaneous exposure to take the Lord's picture on a human heart; but the time-exposure will do it.
We are meant . . to grow up in every way into Christ. . until . . " EPHESIANS 4:15, 13, Phillips The automatic pilot in modern airplanes is a fascinating device. Once the airplane is aloft and directed toward its destination, the automatic pilot is put into action, the controls set, and the human pilot can sit back and relax while the airplane continues perfectly on its course, guaranteed to keep on the beam. Many church people have what may be called an "automaticpilot" concept of the Christian life.
And the plain truth is, only the disciplined change the world. Whittaker Chambers describes the disciplined life of the underground Communist in the America of some thirty years ago. "Underground workers were absolutely forbidden to drink. . "2 Typically, underground workers belonged to a study group that met once a week. 3 Isn't that kind of discipline amazing? Doesn't it sound like something out of the second chapter of Acts? And isn't the point clear? Thirty million Communists could take world leadership away from more than eight hundred million Christians, because they are disciplined, totally committed.