Katy, bar the door!
You know when a book begins with the following quote by A.W. Tozer that it’s gonna knock your socks off:
“The man of pseudo faith will fight for his verbal creed but refuse flatly to allow himself to get into a predicament where his future must depend on that creed being true. He always provides himself with secondary ways of escape so he will have a way out if a the roof caves in. What we need very badly these days is a company of Christians who are prepared to trust God as completely now as they know they must do at the last day.”
I’m beginning Randy Alcorn’s Money, Possessions, and Eternity, and I’d like to invite as many of you as are interested into making the journey with me.
This is a wonderful follow-up and enhancement of the past month’s emphasis for me and members of Journey, but it’s also an expanded perspective. If you want to join the reading group, then click on the title above and buy the book. I’ll post a reading schedule here in the next few days. Comment on this post to let us know if you’re “in” or not. I’ll set up a new page on the blog just for the Reading Group. Hope to see you there!
On this day...
- ESPN.com features "I'm a Bielemer" video in SEC Sing-off - 2014
- 'Nuff said: Surviving Christmas Shoes, Sexy Christianity, Strange Fire, War on Christians - 2013
- Christmas carol flash mob - 2012
- Review: Searching for God Knows What (rated 4 stars) - 2008
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