““ ..to preach unto the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ” (Eph. 3:8)
There is something truly great in the fact of being connected with one who is the owner of the unlimited wealth, power and greatness. This, of all things, is what the man of the world covets, and this is what the believer is. He is united to Christ. He is linked to the source of all these spiritual riches. But with all this at our daily disposal, the question arises, “How much of these things did you enjoy from day to day last year?” The knowledge that they are ours is not enough. We must possess them. The measure of our actual wealth, the daily strength of the soul, for life and warfare here, is just what we have received from Christ, and hold in possession of these “unsearchable riches.” So how can I enjoy this every day, every moment and constantly draw from His fullness? That will depend on our abiding in Him. There is no “deposit “of these riches in the soul. They come, dear friends, by continual reception, continual circulation, and this necessitates continual abiding. Oh that we would have that as our goal and purpose for this coming year, to explore and enjoy the “unsearchable riches of Christ”!.
Our hearts are grateful to our faithful Lord who has been our help in years past as we continue to look to Him for what is ahead, for He is the same yesterday, today and forever. To you, dear reader, for praying for Toward the Mark and for your constant encouragement we are most thankful. I’m also grateful for those faithful ones who are helping and laboring quietly to produce the magazine; they are known by the Lord and He will reward them.
It is our prayer that the Lord uses this issue to strengthen you and help you to grow spiritually in your Christian life and walk.
Thanks again for you great response and encouragement to this exercise.
Please keep us in prayer.
Yours in our soon coming Lord,
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Toward the Mark
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Wayne, New Jersey 07470
Attention: Emil S. Nashed