Unrelenting Grace for Idolaters

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It’s not what you have that matters, but what you do with it. So goes the old maxim, and it is true enough so far as it goes. Indeed all of us, whether knowingly or not, heed that proverb every day. But the maxim doesn’t go far enough. When we do what we do with whatever resources or abilities we have, something is revealed—something about ourselves. And that’s what today’s passage addresses.

Title: Unrelenting Grace for Idolaters

Text: Isaiah 43.22–44.23


  • what we have
  • what we believe
  • what we need
  • how we’re changed


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