The Christian is called out of insignificance into significance

The Letter’s of Peter, page 234
William Barclay

The Christian is called out of insignificance into significance

It continually happens in this world that a man’s greatness lies not in himself but in that which has been given him to do. His greatness is his task. The Christian’s greatness lies in the fact that God has chosen him to be his man and to do his work in the world. No Christian can be ordinary, for every Christian is a man of God.

The Christian is called out of no mercy into mercy. The great characteristic of non-Christian religion is the fear of God. The Christian is the man who in Jesus Christ has discovered the love of God, and who knows that he need no longer fear God, because it is well with his soul.

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