9

DEC

TOO MUCH LIBERTY AND TOO LITTLE FREEDOM

Freedom is priceless and where it is present almost any kind of life is enjoyable.

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8

DEC

KNOWING CHRIST AND MAKING HIM KNOWN

It would appear logical that a subnormal, powerless church would not engage in missionary activity, but again the facts contradict the theory. Christian groups that have long ago lost every trace of moral fire nevertheless continue to grow at home and reproduce themselves in other lands. Indeed there is scarcely a fringe sect or heretical cult these days but is enjoying amazing success among the backward peoples of the world. The evangelical wing of the church has in recent years become world-regarding to a remarkable degree

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7

DEC

WAITING IN WORSHIP

The popular notion that the first obligation of the church is to spread the gospel to the uttermost parts of the earth is false.

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6

DEC

AVOIDING MESSAGE CONFUSION

The task of the church is twofold: to spread Christianity throughout the world and to make sure that the Christianity she spreads is the pure New Testament kind.

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5

DEC

SELF-EXAMINATION

The first look of the church is toward Christ, who is her Head, her Lord and her All.

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4

DEC

LIVING WITH CHRIST

Another reason that our religion must interfere with our private lives is that we live in the world, the Bible name for human society.

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3

DEC

THAT INNER CONFLICT

Truth is a glorious but hard mistress. She never consults, bargains or compromises. She cries from the top of the high places, "Receive my instruction, and not silver; and knowledge rather than choice gold."

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2

DEC

THE INSTRUMENT OF SELF-DEATH

I have long believed that a man who spurns the Christian faith outright is more respected before God and the heavenly powers than the man who pretends to religion but refuses to come under its total domination.

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1

DEC

PREVENTING OUR CHRISTIANITY FROM INVADING OUR PRIVACY

"Things have come to a pretty pass," said a famous Englishman testily, "when religion is permitted to interfere with our private lives."

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