Tag Archives: 2 Timothy

Coming to Grips with Persecution

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From a large-scale perspective, revival and persecution are very close in purpose for the people of God. Revival restores them to spiritual vitality and an impactful collective testimony. Persecution purges them to spiritual purity and singleness in affection toward God. Revival positively raises us toward spiritual maturity. Persecution negatively cleanses against spiritual complacency and immaturity. Persecution pushes Christians together; revival […]

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Biblically Literate “Laypeople”

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In modern Christianity, we have drawn a supposed line between the clergyman and the layman. If one is to read a theological work, it must be written by a clergyman. If one wishes to seek Biblical advice or information, the clergyman is the first choice, because he is supposed to be the Biblically literate one. But laypeople? The average Christian? […]

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