How God Works
All of us have an innate style of operating, of being in the world. Some of us are intense, other laid back, some organized, some less so. What is God like? How does He work? An important question about someone who has so much power and influence in our lives.
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For Further Consideration
Another way to learn more about what God is like would be to look at what He values. Check out our series “Important Stuff.”
Here is an offer for a free booklet on the subject. The title is Who is God?
Good day to all. This is Bill Jacobs for LifeResource Ministries.
Our title today is How God Works.
I just to be a counselor at an elementary school. And after I’d been there two years, our principal retired. We all learned the name of the incoming principal, and immediately people began to try to find out what she was like. What would working with her be like? What kind of changes would she make? What’s her organizational style? Another personal change that some might be more familiar with would be, “What’s the new pastor like?” Do you remember that one? The antennae come all the way out, don’t they? We all wonder, when any kind of upstream change occurs, “How will it affect me – an us?” There’s usually a bit of anxiety around it.