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God"s Story and Ours
Warren F. Groff
June 1974 by Brethren Press .
Written in English
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Max Lucado in his new book, "God's Story, Your Story" published by Zondervan teaches us when His story becomes yours.
I have read that Max Lucado is called America's Pastor and after reading this book it is even more true. From the inside jacket: Carpools and car crashes, job switches and joint custody, moves and motionlessness/5().
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The Ur-story, the foundational story, is the story of God’s love for his creation, and all other stories are to be measured against it. The single best way of conceiving of faith, and of a faithful life, is as a story in which you are a character.
We’ve been there. Our story is Andrew and Norine’s story, but on a smaller scale, of course. The essence is the same. The healing is the same. Our God is the same. Their story is really all of ours (again, on different scales of magnitude), and that’s what makes it so incredibly encouraging and even transformative for anyone who reads it/5(70).
As a young boy, I often thought of the Bible as a book of heroes for me to emulate. I don’t think I was alone in this. Many of us were given the same moralistic lessons, especially from the Old Testament: “Slay the Goliaths in your life, like David.
Dare to be a Daniel!” The Bible is, of course, full of heroes, and rules, and practical advice. But that’s not the main point. In God's Story, Your Story, popular pastor and best-selling author Max Lucado will inspire you to see how your own day-to-day story intersects with God's grand, overarching epic of everlasting redemption.
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Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. 8 Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love. 9 This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one Gods Story and Ours book only Son into the world that we might live.
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Now, that’s what I mean by “God’s priorities for efficiency in this life are not ours.” Joseph’s Slow Journey. In my view, this isn’t happening just now and then; it’s happening all the time.
When you read the Bible, you see in virtually every book the story of God doing things that are not the way humans would do them or want.
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So when God changes our plans, look for his blessing of something new and unexpected. While the pain of loss may be very real, God’s grace is sufficient to carry us into his next steps for our lives. For the “things of God” lead to life-giving plans.
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We do well to recall the story, especially given the “great debate” among some in the Church today over the question of. The novel’s big story is told from different angles through the individual stories of the book’s characters.
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