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3 comments:

Ravi Zacharias - RZIM said...

G.K. Chesterton once remarked that to disbelieve in God would be like
waking up in the morning, looking into the mirror, and seeing nothing.
There would be nothing to reveal your appearance.

That is what the Bible contends is the effect of sin; it robs us of our
true nature and denies us the vision of who we really are. So much of this
vital Christian concept is misunderstood or misrepresented. Jesus talked
about the great gain that each of us realizes when we recognize our own
spiritual poverty and turn to God for deliverance from ourselves. He began
his Sermon on the Mount with the words, "Blessed are the poor in spirit,
for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."

But does being "poor in spirit" mean being humiliated? No, humbling and
humiliation are not the same thing. Only God humbles us without
humiliating us and elevates us without flattering us.

This point of recognition awakened the slumbering spirit of journalist
Terry Anderson who had been held captive by terrorists in Lebanon.
Anderson said that during his captivity he saw much in his captors that he
hated and despised. The more he saw them and talked to them, the more he
was repelled by them. "Yet," he said, "in a strange way there was nothing
in them that I had not now also seen in myself."

Former automotive tycoon John DeLorean tells us in his book how he found
himself in a court of law as a paid informer bore false testimony against
him. Watching the selfishness with which this lying witness trampled on
decency, DeLorean said he suddenly saw that it was no different to the
blind ambition that had driven him earlier in his own life; for in his
pursuit he too had trampled on what he had once treasured. This inward
look, he said, paved the way for a dramatic transformation in his life as
he sought forgiveness before a merciful God.

Friend, until we come to that point of recognizing our own spiritual
impoverishment, our enslavement is greater than if we were physically
shackled. If we, in our world, are to be rescued from the hell that can be
unleashed in our own hearts, we need to see its cause and cure. That human
condition is corrected only by a humbling ourselves before God and by
allowing Him to refashion us to reflect His work of grace by a transformed life.

Professor Howdy said...

WHO WAS THE FIRST WIFE OF
A US PRESIDENT TO BE REFERRED
TO AS THE FIRST LADY?

Mary Todd Lincoln.

***

HOW OLD WAS NAPOLEON WHEN HE CONQUERED ITALY?

26.

Professor Howdy said...

Dear Dr. Howdy

Thank you for your effort
in creating this blog.

I can tell that a lot of
work goes into it.

Thank You,
Jason GMU

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