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God's Noninterventions

There is a purpose to God's silence.

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Introduction

I. God intervenes, and does not intervene in Acts.

II. By nonintervention, God preserves human freedom.

III. By nonintervention, God allows us to mature.

IV. By nonintervention, God allows us to show grace.

V. By nonintervention, God advances the gospel.

VI. By nonintervention, God deepens our faith.

VII. We may never know why God doesn't intervene.

George Wood is superintendent of the U.S. Assemblies of God.

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