What great truth is it that God cannot work with a man who doesn’t have a weakness, a thorn in the flesh? When He appointed Moses as leader of the Israelites, “Moses pleaded with the LORD, ‘O Lord, I’m not very good with words. I never have been, and I’m not now, even though you have spoken to me. I get tongue-tied, and my words get tangled.’” (Ex. 4:10, NLT) The New Testament also recorded Christ’s core group in His earthly ministry comprising fishermen and the ignorant Galileans or the “uneducated and untrained men,” as noted in Acts 4:13.
This book, Christian Teachings Revisited, covers familiar but crucial and decisive topics such as the salvation of our souls and the future of the saved ones in Christ after the Millennium. I don’t expect those non-religious and atheists around to have a little interest in this paper but I considered them nevertheless in writing this book. Its subtitle reflects this commitment: “32 Christ-Uplifting Chapters for Both the Truth-Seekers and the Skeptics.” The skeptics and atheists are welcome to benefit or attack (as they please!) this material. What is important is that this humble author wrote this work with both the truth-seekers and atheists in his mind and heart. For Christ taught that “the Son of Man has come to seek and to save that which was lost.” (Luke 19:10)