Hallowed Be Thy Name

Friday, 31 Aug 2007

When the minister uses the 20 or 30 minutes he is given to offer his own opinions, speculations, or insights, he is taking liberties with the name of God.
There ought to be little wonder why God's name is not hallowed in our society, for much of popular preaching and evangelism is conforming to the mentality of the bumper sticker that sports, "God is my co-pilot." God's name is simply not hallowed in our churches. Our prophets and priests have falsely handled the Word, attributing more to human beings than to God. But in Scripture, God is the potter and we are the clay. "Salvation does not depend on man's decision or effort, but on God's mercy….Therefore, God has mercy ...

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