God is the same yesterday, today, and forever. So why does it seem so hard to see God at work within his body and its members? Did God really stop doing great things, or is that just what we say to justify our lack of faith and action? All of us have a natural longing for more. We want more for our lives, our kids, our ministry, and in our Christian walk, but we do not know what is holding us back. An economy is an exchangeaa system of give and take. Our problem is that we cling to the worldas economy, which focuses on self and is driven by a currency of fear. We are afraid of failure, success and its cost, insignificance, rejection, and exposure. We bring these self-centered fears into the church and fail to trust Godaand therefore fail to experience the power and presence of God that we, and the world, desperately need and long for. What if you could make an economic shift where the focus was not self, but something greaterawhere the currency that drives it is not fear, but faith in the person and promises of God? The goal of the Gospel is not mere achurch attendance, a nor is your salvation simply for your sake. Jesus Christ has redeemed you and put his light in you for a reason. What kind of difference would it make in your life, your family, your ministry, your church, or your world if you could overcome your fear, take God at his word, and live like you believe it?Recently, the acheck enginea light came on in my car. Ita#39;s an old ... I cannot drive the car nor determine the cara#39;s fate by that one light. ... God may have given me this car a this life a to drive, but he is the manufacturer, owner, and mechanic.
|Title||:||The Economy of the Soul|
|Publisher||:||WestBow Press - 2011-05-25|