Who Will Tell His Story? - Page 5



A WORD FOR THOSE WHO WAIT: HOW THE LORD KEEPS HIS PROMISES
God interacts
with his
people
II. Sometimes God interacts with his people
Not only is there the intervention of God, but there
is what we might call the interaction of God. In
this model, God doesn't perform a miracle, instead
God reaches down and empowers us to make a
difference in our situations—the interaction of
God through his people.
There are some things in a community, in a nation,
in a world that will not be changed unless God
works and unless we work—unless we become
workers together with God. One clear example of
this is the Great Commission Jesus lays on his
disciples in Matthew 28. The world will never be
evangelized unless we work and unless
there is a working together with God. The
interaction of God with his people.
III. Sometimes God does something inside us
God inneracts
There's a third way in which God keeps the
promises he makes to his people. Not only
the intervention and the interaction of God, but
there is a third that we might call the
inner-action of God. In that model, God doesn't
perform a miracle; God doesn't even allow us the
strength to get out of the situation; God leaves us
pretty much where we are and does something
beautiful in our lives—the inner-action of
God with his people.

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