Blessed, Fortunate, Happy…Lucky
Glenn Packiam uncovers how we live as luck-bearers in
Lucky: How the Kingdom Comes to Unlikely People.
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX—Who are the lucky? The lottery winners? The rich? The famous? In his new release, Lucky: How the Kingdom Comes to Unlikely People, Glenn Packiam uncovers how the poor, hungry, mourning, and persecuted are lucky because the kingdom of heaven, its fullness, comfort, and reward, is theirs despite their condition. Packiam redefines the word lucky by studying the word’s context as used in Christ’s beatitudes in Luke’s gospel.
- Packiam challenges us to rethink the blessing that has come to us in Christ.
- He challenges us to recover the call to carry that blessing to the world.
- He reminds us that God brings His kingdom to unlikely people, making them luck-bearers to the rest of the world.
Like Abraham, we have been blessed to carry blessing, to live as luck-bearers to the unlikely and unlucky. We are receiving and participating in His kingdom. And for that we are lucky indeed.
This is a spotlight post from B&B Media Group