Sunday, July 09, 2006

Not like us

In his ongoing study of Romans, Scot McKnight reminds readers of an important quality of God:
The gospel message is that God is not like us, but we are called to be like God: and that means we become agents of God’s embracing grace.

One further thought: God is not like us, and that’s a good thing.
Why is it a good thing? Read Scot's post to find out.


Blogger thebluefish said...

its a vital reminder... WWJD has some merits but easily oversteps its mark.

5:15 PM, July 09, 2006  
Blogger Pilgrim feet said...

Isn't it also important that God will empower us to be like Him through His Agent, the Holy Spirit. True Communion. PF

6:25 AM, July 10, 2006  
Blogger Milton Stanley said...

Good point, Bluefish.

12:28 PM, July 10, 2006  
Blogger Milton Stanley said...

Yes it is, PF. We are exalted in sharing in the Holy Spirit. But I think remembering the otherness of God keeps us humble. Peace.

12:29 PM, July 10, 2006  

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