He has revealed our purpose. A plan for our lives revealed “In Christ.” 2. Example- Organizations that succeed understand their purpose and mission. Same is true for those “In Christ.” 3. Our mission is to Glorify God, Praise God, act on God’s plan for our lives, so that people can see God living in us!
For instance, God considered Abraham, who was faithful to him, as a man through whom he would raise a great generation that would please and obey Him. God promised Abraham that He would bless him, and bless all the nations through him. He also promised Abraham land due to his obedience and faith in God. When Abraham obeyed and trusted God, he was credited with righteousness and faith, and consequently delivered from sin by the Lord (Gen
(4) I receive Jesus as my Savior forever - this is to accept that God has done for me and in me what He promised. If it is your sincere desire to receive Jesus into your heart as your personal Lord and Savior, then talk to God from your heart: Here's a Suggested
Question:"Consider the figure of Jesus in the Gospel of John, the Gospel of Thomas, or the Infancy Gospel of Thomas. Who or what is Jesus, in the Gospel that you have selected?" When studying the Gospel of John, Jesus is identified as the Son of God because the metaphor of the Lamb is used, Jesus Christ is mentioned instead of Jesus of Nazareth and Jesus acknowledges himself to the world as the Son of God. In the Gospel, the Lamb of God is referenced multiple times and distinguishes a sacrifice is in the mist. The reader consciously knows Jesus is God’s only son, nevertheless making the role of sacrifice an even harder burden to carry.
Amen” Accepting Jesus as your Savior and being baptized in water in the name of…“The Father, Son and Holy Spirit”, will go a long way in getting and keeping you on the right track. Finding a good Bible based church and reading the Holy Bible can help with that. It will explain how the true God, sent His Son, to die for you…so, you wouldn’t have to. It’s that lovingly, simply. Or you can suffer the alternative.
But no matter who was speaking the message or writing the book, the One who was really doing the speaking and the writing was God himself—the men were simply his messengers. The Bible explains it this way: “Prophets, though human, spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit” (2 Peter 1:21). Christians are monotheistic, they believe there is only one God, and he created the heavens and the earth. This divine Godhead consists of the father (God himself), the son (Jesus Christ) and the Holy
Similarly both recognize the same two sacraments however their views on each differ greatly. The Methodists believe that Baptism is for all, while the Baptists on the other hand view baptism as only being fit for confessing youth and young adults. Baptism is a witness and a testimony to the covenant, since it is naturally and properly the first Christian act of the believer after an exercise of saving faith. It certifies therefore to the acceptance of Christ, and the union and fellowship of the renewed soul with its Saviour. It becomes a badge of discipleship, and is, in that sense, a seal of the covenant of grace ( Hiscox, 1980,
A Throne for All Ages The biblical covenants that God makes displayed in Piper’s Article, all of which fulfilled by Jesus, invite mankind to the Kingdom of the Father. Throughout the Bible, these covenants are made between God and people like Abraham, Moses, and Noah. They serve as a spectacular source of faith and help people on earth to realize the Father’s wisdom, power, and love he has to share. His covenants with man can be referred to as His own “self-written job description,” how He works to keep people on a good path in life. The Davidic Covenant is especially important, its fulfillment by the Son is a great way for Christians to find and see the strength of faith.
(Web Bible Encyclopedia) Likewise, biblical inspiration is the doctrine in Christian theology that credits the authors and editors of the Bible as ordained or influenced by God thus rendering their writings the word of God. When we speak of the Bible as inspired, we are simply acknowledging God divine influence on the human authors of the Scriptures. As members of the faith community,
As Paul educated his devotees, God had assigned to each of His creature numerous favors and actions of reliance (Rom. 12:3-8;1 Cor. 12). Therefore, even if one remained devout to the Lord, there would be verdicts of divergent consequences in all ministries. The Discipleship of Apostle Paul was to establish the biblical doctrines that administered his ministry and pursued to spread over to the lives of ordinary humans with whatever favors and prayers God may had bestowed one.