What does it mean to follow Jesus in the twenty-first century? Is it really possible to follow Him while involved in relationships, having a career, raising children, in fact, having a life! Many of us think that being a Christian is a decision we make that affects our eternal destiny far more than it does our daily lives. However, the consistent call of Jesus is to "follow me"? Does that mean leaving everything and going to somewhere like Africa? For some, like the Moores, it does. For many, though, the call to follow Jesus is in our everyday, ordinary lives. Of course, as we follow Him, our ordinary lives become extraordinary. Experience the presence of God through various situations in Rwanda, Congo, and South Africa and discover the faithfulness of God's presence, no matter what we may be facing. In Jesus, Rwanda, and Gospel Light, we are challenged to examine our walk with Jesus and see if we are, in fact, following Him. Have we succumbed to the seduction of gospel light and convinced ourselves that being a Christian is more about a decision than a lifestyle? As a new creation in Christ Jesus, we have been created as God's workmanship to do good works. And we are to fulfill this purpose while going about our daily lives. That means that all of us are important to God and His purpose. Our lives, every part of them, are filled with meaning as a part of God's reconciling plan.
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|Size: ||421 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781682078433 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
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