Pass It On
"Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will." (Romans 12:2 niv)
What does it mean to “pass it on”? How can a person with humble, possibly evil beginnings “pass on” the amazing powers of God? Here is an example of how God can use anyone as an example of His powers of transformation.
As a dedicated member of the Ku Klux Klan, Bob Terrance was involved in more than thirty bombings of homes, churches, and synagogues. He was sentenced to a thirty-year prison term in Mississippi. While serving his sentence, Bob began to read the Bible, discover the love of God in Jesus Christ, and become convicted of what a sinner he was. He renounced racism and hatred. And then he cried out for the mercy of God in Jesus Christ and received salvation and forgiveness. Paroled a few years later, Bob attended college and then seminary. Eventually he became an ordained pastor because he wanted to share what Christ can do in a transformed life. Later, the most unlikely candidate of all became president of the C. S. Lewis Institute in Washington, D.C., where he reminded people of the amazing power of Jesus to transform a life.
Through the testimony of Bob Terrance we get to see the embodiment of God’s love in the flesh, in the body of Christ, as someone once filled with hate is now filled with love. That is receiving the blessing, and that is passing it on.
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