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The Supreme Climb

My Utmost His Highest

"Take now your son . . . and offer him . . . as a burnt offering on one of the mountains of which I shall tell you." (Genesis 22:2) 

A person’s character determines how he interprets God’s will (see Psalm 18:25-26). . . If we obey what God says according to our sincere belief, God will break us from those traditional beliefs that misrepresent Him. . . If the devil can hinder us from taking the supreme climb and getting rid of our wrong traditional beliefs about God, he will do so. But if we will stay true to God, God will take us through an ordeal that will serve to bring us into a better knowledge of Himself. The great lesson to be learned from Abraham’s faith in God is that he was prepared to do anything for God. He was there to obey God, no matter what contrary belief of his might be violated by his obedience. (read more) (purchase)

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