The God of Weakness, Part Three

This is the third and last installment in a series of articles in which we are endeavoring to consider the amazing Christian God and how He chooses those who are weak. His stunning choices are in direct contradistinction to how we think, which is that we should be strong, influential and “noticed” in order to... Continue Reading →

The God of Weakness, Part Two

Is it surprising that God chooses people who are foolish, weak, and worthless? Does the Lord know what He’s doing? Silly question, I know. Yes, He does, because in comparison to what He does by His incomparable power, everything we do is foolish, ineffective, insignificant, and worthless. The problem is that we tend to think... Continue Reading →

The God of Weakness, Part One (3 parts)

Throughout the narrative of the Bible, God makes choices about people whom He chooses to serve Him, and He selects those individuals according to the counsel of His own will (Ephesians 1:11; Hebrews 2:2-4). In addition to God’s sovereignty, wisdom, power, and all of His other amazing attributes, He is to our astonishment, low and... Continue Reading →

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