March 24-26, 2021
Guest: Chuck Colson
The late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon, knew firsthand what it meant to have a problem with abusing power. But after he was sent to prison, he was no longer enamored by "earthly kings." Colson's life was radically transformed by "the power of the King of Kings living in us and the eternal values of God, which are so transcendent."
There is no better antidote to the dangerous lust for power than to serve others. That’s the contention of the late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon and founder of Prison Fellowship. He learned that whether we are serving our spouse and children, those in the workplace or in our church, our service has the potential to communicate the love of Christ.
The late Chuck Colson, former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon and founder of Prison Fellowship, was often asked, "How can I grow closer to God?" Chuck’s answer was simple. As Jeremiah 22:16 records, when believers defend the cause of the poor and needy, that’s how we can come to know God intimately. As you are serving the powerless, you will experience the power of God.
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