Dwight L. Moody once said, "Of one hundred men, one will read the Bible; the ninety-nine will read the Christian."
do your pages say, then? Do they talk about nice-guy Nate who helps his next-door
neighbor?… Do they focus on good-person Gertrude who gives to Goodwill?… Do
they talk about pleasant Peter and his wife Penny who preach about their passion
your pages filled with stories of self-less caring in the name of the suffering
Christ?… Or are they exploding with the excitement of personally knowing
Jesus?… Or, as each page is turned, are they pointing to the One who saved you
from your sin -- the Savior, God's Son?
do your pages say to a world that is lost and lonely, hungry and hurting, and
desperately in need of a Savior?
I am not ashamed of this Good News about Christ. It is the power of God at
work, saving everyone who believes -- Jew first and also Gentiles. This Good
News tells us how God makes us right in His sight. This is accomplished from
start to finish by faith. As the Scriptures say, 'It is through faith that a
righteous person has life'." (Romans 1:16-17 NLT)
Rev. David T. Wilkinson