By George L. Hunt
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An end in due time; the already ticking which will ring Meanwhile we are on the march toward the kingdom of God, and getting our reward by every fractional realization of it which makes us hungry in the end. " He dom sununoned men and women to serve the King- in their lives: "Every with * God human can share in the creation of the Kingdom, or can life is so placed that it and retard its progress. The Kingdom is for each of us the supreme task and the supreme gift of God. By accepting it as a task, we experience it as a gift.
But when that man stands face to face with God, he discovers that^ he stands at the bar of God's judgment and it is God who thinks, 61 who man What speaks to him. things about God is important but what God is not what things about manl This is relation crisis, also the stage between in when Barth God and man which in terms of continuing confronts eternity thinks of the time and God and becoming contemporaneous. All meeting with God is thought of as recurring encounter between the divine "Thou" and the human "I".
Things about God is important but what God is not what things about manl This is relation crisis, also the stage between in when Barth God and man which in terms of continuing confronts eternity thinks of the time and God and becoming contemporaneous. All meeting with God is thought of as recurring encounter between the divine "Thou" and the human "I". This was Earth's way of answering the is always invading history problem of conununication: how we are to get across to Jesus or let Jesu^ Christ get across to us without secredy turning who is The him only too harmless and familiar.