3.1416 and All That, Second Edition by Philip J. Davis, William G. Chinn

3.1416 and All That, Second Edition by Philip J. Davis, William G. Chinn

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But God's was not. It is not. God's day is still here and always will be. " (Malachi 3:6). Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning (James 1:17). There have been miracles in every day and in every age when men and women have dared to believe God and act on His Word, because the miracles weren't according to the natural abilities of men but according to God's unlimited ability. The three Hebrew children might have feared the power of the furnace that they were thrown into.

An act of the will! Man has a will because man was created in the image of God. That image is not in how our eyes look, or our noses, or our cheekbones, or any part of our bodily forms. It is in our spirits. God gave us control over our will. We can choose what we do. Man abused this control by disobedience to God. Adam took his will and submitted it to the influence and control of Satan. Because of this initial disobedience, men down through the ages have used their will in disobedience to God, doing those things which arc contrary to God's will.

When the Church was born, it had no forms. It had no candles to light, no stained glass windows, no rituals. people who loved God simply gathered together to worship Him in Spirit and in truth. Freely! Openly! he would find an open field and begin to minister with the anointing of God. " It was fire, not cold, dead theology that made Whitefield's messages so powerful that his hearers would fall out of their seats trembling and would repent on their knees in the aisles. Luther, Calvin, Goforth, Hudson Taylor, Moody, Mueller, Wigglesworth....

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