• It is the Lord!Thomas answered and said unto Him, My Lord and my God. John 20:28.“Give Me to drink.” How many of us are set upon Jesus Christ slaking our thirst when we ought to be satisfying Him? We should be pouring out now, spending to the last limit, not drawing on Him to satisfy us. “Ye shall be witnesses unto Me”—that means a life of unsullied, uncompromising, and unbribed devotion to the Lord Jesus, a satisfaction to Him wherever He places us. Beware of anything that competes with loyalty to Jesus Christ. The greatest competitor of devotion to Jesus is service for Him. It is easier to serve than to be drunk to the dregs. The one aim of the call of God is the satisfaction of God, not a call to do something for Him. We are not sent to battle for God, but to be used by God in His battlings. Are we being more devoted to service than to Jesus Christ? Chambers, O. (1986). My utmost for his highest: Selections for the year. Grand Rapids, MI: Oswald Chambers Publications; Marshall Pickering.
    1. How do we explain the transformation of bad people to good?
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        Can it not be explained only as the working of the Holy Spirit in opening the eyes of the minds of men, thereby allowing the light of the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ to shine upon their wicked hearts? Once a man sees the depth of his depraved heart in comparison to the love of God and accepts that love, given through the death of Jesus Christ, as payment for his sin will he be changed.
    2. How do we explain the transformation of bad people to good?