Jul/Aug 2005 Way Magazine


God’s heart for us is that we build our Biblical understanding by gaining a clear and accurate knowledge of what is written in His Word. The more we know, the more we can apply. Faithfully reading God’s Word on a daily basis is vital to a fruitful, joyful walk of spiritual strength, as Rev. Randy Ginn teaches in “When Ye Read.”

In this Grace Administration, we have been called by God’s Word to be “Followers of the Way, the Lord Jesus Christ.” In this feature article, John Chelar examines the earthly ministry of Jesus Christ and examples in the Church Epistles to show how we can walk as bold and knowledgeable ambassadors for Christ. In “Man Shall Not Live by Bread Alone,” Darin Sand points out that we must maintain a proper spiritual diet of God’s Word to consistently triumph in life.

Rev. Frank Staley looks at a challenging event in the life of David, showing how he was able to prevail over negative circumstances because he was “Strengthened in the Lord.” In “Making God’s Rest a Reality,” Tracy Prewett teaches three principles from God’s Word that we can apply to enjoy the depth of the rest that God has given to us through the finished work of Jesus Christ.

The Prevailing Word Report capsulizes how the in-residence Way Corps have been developing themselves in leadership service in a variety of ways. In Keys to Biblical Research, Rev. Joe Coulter continues our series on how the Scripture interprets itself by showing that in the verse, the words must be in harmony with the verse as well as with all the scriptures relating to the subject.

Day by day, let’s keep the nutrients of God’s Word flowing in our lives so that we can walk worthy of the Lord, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God!

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