Journeying to a Distant Country

Read this article in PDF formatThe story of the prodigal son in Luke 15 shows us two important facts: That God has a purpose, and man has a need. However, because we have sought things for ourselves that are outside of God, we have wandered into Satan’s kingdom. We need to “come to ourselves” (cf. Luke 15:17) and turn back to God again.

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Friends, do you have the sensation that God is so sweet to you, that He is truly the source and substance of your every enjoyment, and that you are so satisfied with Him? If not, you have journeyed into Satan’s kingdom. You do not have to go far. The Bible calls it a “distant country” because it is altogether another realm, totally different in nature from where God wants man to be.
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