Monday, April 20, 2009

3 Minute Reading Assignment

You really need to read Wilkerson's blog post this morning:

Last paragraph from today's post:

The Bible could not make this matter any clearer. Righteousness is believing the promises of God, being fully persuaded he’ll keep his word.

Many promises come to mind, but especially the escape promised in Luke 21:36. If righteousness is being fully persuaded that our Lord will keep his word, what is it called when you are not fully persuaded that for example, there will be an escape from all? That's what the bible says isn't it? Pray for an escape from all? Is it unrighteousness when you are not fully persuaded that our Father's promises will be carried out to the letter with i's dotted and t's crossed?

Think about it, grace and peace