Mar/Apr 2006 Way Magazine


God desires for each of us and our families to enjoy wholeness and prosperity. As we continue to grow in our understanding and practice of Biblical solutions for daily living, we can see His will blossom into fruition in our lives, and we can reap the blessings He has in store.

In the first article, Rev. Alan Drum demonstrates from the examples of Abraham, Sarah, and Jesus Christ that “God Is Able and Willing” to fulfill His promises. In “Building Discipleship: Continuing in God’s Word,” Rev. Pierre-Raphaël Baende shows God’s will for us to be disciplined followers of the Lord Jesus Christ who know the truth, continue in the Word, and are absolutely free to live life in all of its fullness.

Vicki Reynolds sets forth the privilege we have to build “A Bridge to the Future.” We can build upon the strong foundations of God’s rightly divided Word to give future generations access to the knowledge and understanding of our heavenly Father. In “Willing Hearts: Choosing to Receive God’s Benefits,” Rev. Bill Sage shares how God highly values and rejoices in our freewill decisions to obey His Word and how He blesses us in return.

In Manner and Customs of the Bible, Bernita Jess explains the significance of “The Olive Tree” to help us more clearly understand scriptures relating to its symbolism, its resources, and its value to believers in Bible times.

The Word is growing mightily in the lives of the in-residence Way Corps and the Way Disciples of Outreach Group XII, as we read in The Prevailing Word Report. In addition, more growth awaits those who’ll be part of the Advanced Class Specials and the new foundational class on The Way of Abundance and Power. We truly have much to be thankful for.

Let’s continue to reap God’s blessings in our lives by seeking and applying Biblical solutions for daily living!

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