Luke 9:1-10 or 19:1-10
“Now is the favorable time; this is the day of salvation,” the Apostle Paul wrote to the members of the Church in Corinth (2 Cor. 6:2). Now! Today! In the midst of our daily ups and downs, in the midst of our joys and sorrows, in the midst of our earthly pilgrimage, God wants to bring us alive to His saving Presence. God wants us to make the Good News of Jesus Christ the basis of our everyday, now experience. God wants us to trust in His promise that, for each of us, this is the day of salvation.
“This is the day of salvation!” What do we mean by that? We can delve deeply into the theology of salvation. We can discuss salvation in abstract terms. We can debate over various ideas of salvation. But eventually we will realize that it takes more than a head-trip to put real Christian meaning behind the word “salvation.” Understanding salvation is more than an intellectual exercise.…
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