Peter A. Speckhard on Telling People Who They Really Are
The following was delivered as an opening devotion for the Lutherans for Life National Convention in Appleton, Wisconsin in October of 2002.
“Who do you say that I am?” “You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God.” This question and answer is foundational to the Christian Church. Christ is how we know God and Christ is how we know man, and we Christians proclaim both to a world that knows neither. We may neither boast about nor apologize for the task. Our missionaries and evangelists proclaim the true God boldly amid all the idols. Our hospitals, schools, shelters, and charities proclaim . . .
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