Haddon Robinson

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The Wisdom of Small Creatures

Christians must learn to value the times, recognize the source of their security, prioritize community, and adopt God's seemingly incongruous perspective.

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Introduction

I. The ant knows what time it is

II. Coneys know where their security lies

III. Locusts know they must work in community

IV. The lizard illustrates the incongruity of grace

Conclusion

Haddon Robinson is Harold John Ockenga Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

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