Marcos Paseggi

Senior Correspondent, Adventist Review

​In This Might of Yours

He sees something that we can’t see.

In life it is usually hard to play catch-up.

In spiritual life it is often harder.

Mind you, you were divinely wired to be the head, not the tail; to be above, not beneath (Deut. 28:13); to be a king and priest to God (Rev. 1:6); to be “a light” to the world, God’s “salvation to the ends of the earth” (Isa. 49:6).1 But somehow along the journey you have lost your way, and now you cannot make head or tails out of it. Disenchanted, you just manage to go on survival mode. You wake, you work, you eat, you sleep. And so forth and so on, until the day you die.

Powerful Warrior

The man in the winepress, however, …

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