Nov/Dec 2010 Way Magazine

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I Thessalonians 5:18 says, “In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” As sons of God who live the Word’s way, we have so much to be thankful for—including all the learning that’s in this issue. From Rev. Alan Drum we gain an accurate understanding of “What Is the Difference between Believing and Hope?” T. Arico shows us what the Word says about our physical appearance and how it is one of the ways to “Let the Christ in You Shine.”

When we are good listeners, we are “Encouraging Open Communication in Our Relationships,” shares Lori Bolchalk; we build trust and confidence in a relationship when we genuinely listen to someone with a heart to understand and help them. Has anyone ever asked you, “What Do You Mean the Dead Are Not Alive?” Greg Bates shows clear answers from the Word—answers you can share with others.

The Children’s Activities pages include word puzzles, fill-in-the-blank verses, a drawing area, and a hidden-picture puzzle. What a fun way to dig a little deeper into the truths presented in the articles! This time each year, thoughts and activities often focus on the birth of Jesus Christ. In Manners and Customs of the Bible, Bernita Jess describes what “The Inn of Luke 2:7” might have been like and the Biblical significance of its location.

In The Prevailing Word Report, enjoy highlights and photographs from the sixty-eighth anniversary celebration and the commissioning of Way Disciple Outreach Group XVII at The Way International Headquarters. Also included for your believing and prayers is a map of the Regions in The Way of the U.S.A. with photographs of this year’s Region coordinators and their wives.

The Way Magazine is a valuable resource to help people grow in God’s Word. Parents and household fellowship coordinators, why not ask the young people what verse or topic they want to understand more about? Then show them how to use The Way Magazine Scripture Index along with recent issues to find answers or godly solutions. Discuss the application and expect great results, because God’s Word works!