Christ Liveth In Me
By Warren Litzman
This pocket-size booklet is a great handout to help those seeking the meaning of being a Christian.
The Final Key to the Scriptures
In my walk with God, I have gone through at least seven different stages in understanding the plan of God. At each stage, I was certain that the particular understanding I had at that time was my key to the Scriptures. I interpreted the entire Word of God by that level of understanding. All I could see was that this one key was imperative to knowing God. Every group of believers who form some part of Christianity has a key to the Scriptures of their own. For some it is water baptism; for others it is church membership and catechism; for some it is speaking in tongues and the gifts of the Spirit; while for others, it is miracles and faith. I, too, believed that some of those outward expressions—whether baptism, healing or speaking in tongues—held the key to the Scriptures. However, none of those keys ultimately turned the lock. Then, at long last, I discerned that I had come to the final key, for I have now come to a revelation of Christ who is the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end. That revelation has shown me that, as the Apostle Paul says 146 times in his writings, Christ lives in me. Now I see Him as my only life. I realize that all my searching for God, and my passing through each stage relative to my understanding at that particular time, was to bring me to the fullness of Christ. I now see Christ as all, and consequently, I am free to become what the Father’s ultimate intention for me was from the beginning.
Paperback, 64 pages.