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the promise of the partnership

Philippians 2:13:

“For God is working in you, giving you the desire to obey him and the power to do what pleases him.”

The Bible is A Grand Story. It is a Sign to us. This is progressive revelation.

progressive revelation a journey

The belief that God’s self-disclosure forms a progression from the OT era to the NT era. Hence, what is known about God through Jesus Christ is more complete than what was given through the Law and the Prophets. Progressive revelation implies that the OT ought to be understood in the light of the fuller teaching found in the NT

Progressive revelation is not a movement from error to truth but from truth to truth, the lesser to the greater, the provisional to the permanent, the inadequate to the perfect. Indeed, cumulative revelation might be a preferable term.


Whatever challenge you’re up against, God says the same words to you that He lovingly spoke over His servant in today’s passage: “Be strong and very courageous”

Whether you’ve been a Christian for five minutes or 50 years, you can have the same confidence in the Grand Story.