The man of God

A man of God is not his own; he is a consecrated person, one who has parted with all his rights to surrender his life wholly for God’s purposes.

By CHRISTINE DARG
September 3, 2011 02:46
Mon of God, Harry Ahn

Man of God, oil painting, Harry Ahn_521. (photo credit: www.baselfinear.com)

 
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What is meant in the Bible by a man of God? Many Christians, particularly in African and Asian cultures, still use this phrase as a title of respect.

The designation is simple yet incredibly profound. A man of God is not his own; he is a consecrated person, one who has parted with all his rights to surrender his life wholly for God’s purposes.

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