Kingdom of God Is a Party: God's Radical Plan for His Family

Overview

If the Bible uses words like these, then our lives should exude that same biblical vitality. After all, Jesus "partied" with sinners; not in a boisterous unruly manner, but in the spirit of the Old Testament Jubilee in which people acquired a new lease on life. What was important then, and remains so now, is the celebratory attitude that should set Christians apart from the rest of the world.

The Kingdom of God Is a Party is an attitude-changing, spirit-renewing examination of ...

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Overview

If the Bible uses words like these, then our lives should exude that same biblical vitality. After all, Jesus "partied" with sinners; not in a boisterous unruly manner, but in the spirit of the Old Testament Jubilee in which people acquired a new lease on life. What was important then, and remains so now, is the celebratory attitude that should set Christians apart from the rest of the world.

The Kingdom of God Is a Party is an attitude-changing, spirit-renewing examination of the feeling behind our faith. It shows why Christians should be the people who create celebrations wherever they are placed. Whether by words, deeds, or mere presence, Christians can turn life into a festive occasion that will attract the needy, lonely, sick, and oppressed into the arms of a loving Heavenly Father. Whether at church, work, school, or home, it's time for Christians to get into the party spirit!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849933998
  • Publisher: W Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 5/28/1992
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 172
  • Sales rank: 985,314
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
1. A Party in Honolulu 1
2. Signs of the Kingdom 11
3. It's Party Time 23
4. Whosoever Will May Come 37
5. Counterfeit Parties 49
6. Turning Church into a Party 63
7. Making the Family into a Party 85
8. Making a Party out of Work 99
9. Getting into the Party Spirit 111
10. Suffering through the Party 123
11. All's Well That Ends Well 139
A Special Appendix 149
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