Max E. Anders





Max E. Anders

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30 Days to Understanding th...
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“What a privilege and opportunity it is to utterly come to the end of one's hope-not only to run out of answers, but to run out of questions. To be beyond fighting, to come to that suspended animation where we are so confused and so weak that we can neither fight or run. When you come to the end of yourself, you find the beginning of God. And there and nowhere else, you find the answers you seek. You find fulfillment for the longings of your soul. ”
Max E. Anders

“Humility does not mean putting ourselves down but rather lifting others up.”
Max E. Anders, Holman New Testament Commentary - Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians: 8

“Christ didn't become any less God, but he chose not to use some of his divine attributes. This involved a veiling of his preincarnate glory (John 17:5) and the voluntary nonuse of some of his divine prerogatives during the time he was on earth (Matt. 24:36). For God to become a man was humbling enough, but he was willing to go even further. Christ could have come to earth in his true position as King of the universe. Instead, he took the role of a servant. The Creator chose to serve his creatures.”
Max E. Anders, Holman New Testament Commentary - Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians: 8

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