What comes into our minds when we think about God, says A.W. Tozer, is the most important thing about us. And not just on Sundays.


In the Christian tradition, the virtuous life also includes faith, hope, and love, and was modeled perfectly by Jesus. Jesus was the paragon of the virtuous life to be emulated by his followers in their apprenticeship with him.

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Faithfulness Is Public, Not Private
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