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By J. Heinrich Arnold

Occasionally delicate, occasionally provocative, yet regularly encouraging, Arnold courses readers towards top Christlike lives amid the tension and pressure of recent lifestyles. might be the toughest factor approximately following Christ is translating our solid intentions into deeds. Christ calls us, and we yearn to reply to him, yet again and again we lose get to the bottom of. Is discipleship rather attainable this present day? many decisions during this publication supply solutions to precise wishes or difficulties. Others grapple with broader subject matters resembling global anguish, salvation, and the arriving of the dominion of God. them all pulsate with conviction and compassion, giving clean wish to those that locate themselves lonely or disheartened within the day-by-day seek to keep on with Christ.

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Anyone who has gone through true repen­ tance knows that it makes the heart melt like wax, that it shocks us by showing us our sinfulness. But that should not be the central experience. God must be the center of a repentant heart – God, who was revealed at the cross as love, and who alone brings reconciliation. From a letter: All of us must undergo difficult and painful times of repentance. I plead with you to accept it, not as punishment but as grace, and I beg you not to torment yourself but to understand that Christ wants to make you free.

37 For a Christian the most dangerous time is the middle of life. At the beginning, when our faith is new, God may seem espe­ cially near to us. After a few years, however, lukewarm­ ness often sets in. If we are dedicated, God will carry us through our middle years, though we must still be watchful. But let us not have fear. If we are true to God, nothing can separate us from his peace. The Lower Nature Temptation* i sometimes wonder whether we have not become too worldly in certain things. Do sports, business matters, and concern for money fill our hearts too much?

14 Discipleship Lk. 15:7–10 it is one of the most wonderful things when a person truly repents. God comes so close to a repentant soul! A heart of stone becomes a heart of flesh, and every emotion, thought, and feeling changes. A person’s entire outlook changes when the gift of repentance is given to him. we must receive a new life; we must be changed. But it is God who must change us. And he may change us in a different way from what we had wanted or imag­ ined. Our own ideals – our own plans for inner growth or personal change – must come to an end.

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