Faith into Practice in Personal Life
Ever since Jesus challenged us, "Be ye perfect," the basis of our personal living has been laid deeper than mere respectability, deeper than the observance of some moral minimum based on the old law of "thou shalt not." Yet, beset by weakness and temptation, we have learned that lives of purity, integrity, purpose, and joy are beyond our abilities except as we are open to permit God's Spirit in us to rule our lives. Our individual leadings will vary, as will our responses to them, yet we would make the testimony of our daily lives clear. In a world in need of people whose yea is yea and whose nay is nay, we pray that our lives may make it easier for all to believe in God.