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'We were nearly there when some figures blocked our way. I went cold all over. This was no chance encounter. They had planned this and waited for us. This was it.''Move out of the way Blackie' the skinhead said. 'We got business with your friend.' Star Smith has enough problems in life trying to keep her wacky family a secret. Then a black girl arrives on the scene.... With the racist attitudes of kids in her area Star knows that if she befriends Ebony she could lose more than her reputation.
In Revelation Chapter 1 Jesus is described in a vision given to the Apostle John. We are only given sketchy information about what Jesus looked like in human form (from Isaiah), possibly something that God always intended so that we. could focus on the image of Jesus given here. The description given in Revelation 1 verses 12 to 20 is an awesome picture, one that balances the 'Jesus is my Pal' syndrome prevalent in many parts of the church today. Prepare to have your life shaken up as you see Jesus described here. C.S. Lewis wrote in the Narnia Chronicles about Asian, a type of Christ, "of course he's not safe - but he's good". - that is the flavour of this passage. Kendall writes with his customary clarity and directs you to see Jesus in a way you will find humbling. If we are to fix our eyes upon Jesus then this is a great place to stir us to continue his commission.
R. T. Kendall (D.Phil, Oxford) was the pastor of Westminister Chapel in London, England, for twenty-five years. He is well known internationally as a speaker and teacher. Dr. Kendall is the author of more than 40 books, including The Thorn in the Flesh, Grace, In Pursuit of His Glory, The Sensitivity of the Spirit, Total Forgiveness, Just Say Thanks!, Pure Joy, and The Anointing: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. He is now the director of R T Kendall Ministries in America, and he resides in Florida.-R T Kendall Ministries