Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Proved in Day-to-Day Human Relationships

"Our words are not sufficient for (and maybe not even the most important in) persuading others about thee truth of Christ. People have to be able to look into our hearts and lives, to assess how we handle trouble, how we deal with disappointment and interruptions, how we conduct our relationships, how we feel and act, so that they can see whether Christ is real and how the gospel affects day-to-day human life. Generally, we find faith mainly through relationships with joyful, flawed-but-honest, loving Christians, not through arguments, information or books."

           - Timothy Keller, Galatians For You, page 110