Redemptively Different

“We can’t engineer God’s transcendent presence; we can only fall on our faces and beg for it.  In fact, we rob this world of the opportunity to see God high and lifted up – above and beyond us – when we try to program him and fit him into contemporary categories of ‘cool.’  When the size of God grips us more than the size of our churches and leadership conferences, and when we become obsessed with surrendering our lives to God’s sovereign presence, only then we will be redemptively different and serve as God’s cosmic change agents in a world yearning for change.”

Tullian Tchividjian , Unfashionable – Page 18


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