Nov/Dec 2011 Way Magazine

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What a great day and time to be Dwelling Together in the Lord, knowing that by way of Jesus Christ, God made all His children equally worthy to claim the spiritual blessings and victory available each and every day. God’s unparalleled grace, mercy, and love inspire us to give our all to do the Word with greater resolve and enjoy an even closer walk with Him as our heavenly Father.

Being “Called of God—Walking Worthy” is our heart’s desire each day, and Mike Martin shows us how. Rev. Gene Bianchi’s feature on “Laborers Worthy of Our Hire” gives us seven principles to apply to be a glory to God in our occupations and professions. By highlighting practical principles applied by Peter and John in Acts, Laura Lombardi inspires us to be “Enthusiastic to Speak the Word Boldly.”

Don’t forget the Children’s Activities pages: there’s a math puzzle, a word scramble, a matching challenge, and a coloring page to provide fun and visual ways for all to put the Word in mind. Today, and especially during this season when more thoughts are centered on the birth of Jesus Christ, people have questions about who Jesus is in light of what he said in John 10:30, “I and my Father are one.” Well, our What Does the Word Say? series has answers—straight from God’s pure Word. A good night’s sleep is important now, just as it was in Bible times; and in Manners and Customs of the Bible, Bernita Jess enlightens us about “Eastern Beds and Sleeping Quarters.”

The Prevailing Word Report—complete with photographs—highlights the sixty-ninth anniversary celebration of our ministry and the commissioning of Way Disciple Outreach Group XVIII, a great cause for rejoicing since they are Living Epistles! In addition, a full-color map of the 2011–2012 Regions in The Way of the U.S.A., along with photographs of the Region coordinators and their wives, is provided for your powerful prayer and believing.

Here’s an idea to make your own. After reading each article, pick a truth that you can share to help someone put God’s Word into their heart. Remember, God promises that His Word will not return void and that as you give, you will receive!