One of the most important things Christians learn to comprehend is the vastness of God’s design, reach, and execution. As finite beings, it can be hard to grasp even the subtlest of things within this design, but that is why we have revelation. Revelation pulls back the curtain on God’s will, showing us things we can’t possibly grasp on our own. This revelation has been presented to us by the prophets, their scriptures, and by the work of Christ on the cross and it has a radical message. It reveals to us that God always intended our redemption, that everything that has happened negatively has done nothing to retard his processes and will, and that his love for us is not a new thing. It is a pervasive fact across the annals of time and space. As Christians, knowing this fact can truly orient us in the vastness of the sandbox of a universe in which we exist. Paul elucidates these obvious, post-Christ, truths in such a way that we cannot help but hope, despite our limited perception.
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MY NAME IS JOSH MCGARY. First, I am a Pastor of a small church in Portland, Oregon named Aletheia Bible Fellowship. We call it ABF. I have been a pastor there for the better part of 20 years. I am very eclectic. What I love, I love loudly and immersively. I have notable collections of toys, funko pops, and vinyl. I also infamously love pop culture, comic books, technology, the arts, psychology and philosophy. https://sleek.bio/joshmcgary View more posts
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