Every seeming hindrance stacked against God in this world—our sin and weakness, the world’s brokenness, every evil power—cannot ultimately stop the steamroller of God’s love from advancing in our lives and to the nations. Consider his promise through Malachi: “For from the rising of the sun to its setting my name will be great among the nations” (Mal. 1:11). God’s name “will be great among the nations”—not because he removes every earthly hindrance, but because no single hindrance we experience is strong enough to impede the gospel’s spread.
Taken out of context, biblical promises can have the earmarks of prosperity preaching or even bad political propaganda. Presidential-election years inundate us with overhyped propaganda, delivered through yard signs, billboards, commercials, hats and T-shirts—all promising a brighter future.
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The gospel promise that’s become precious to me, however, has more grit and hope than any election propaganda or prosperity...
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