In the beginning of the fifth book of the New Testament, The Acts of the Apostles, the followers of Jesus experience "living abundantly" (John 10:10). The risen Christ brings a momentous opportunity to His followers. He gives them a promise (the power of the Holy Spirit) and a challenge (to be His witnesses to the ends of the earth). The rest of The Acts of the Apostles describes how Peter, John, Paul and others became witnesses to Christ to the ends of the earth. They accepted the promise and obeyed the challenge to discover the meaning of "living abundantly" with the Lord Jesus. The Letters of Paul and the other letters of the New Testament continue to explore how the promise and challenge of the risen Christ bring abundant life to us today. The Revelation to John completes the promise of our Savior.
Living Abundantly is a collection of short meditations that cover the entire text of the second half of the New Testament.