All you must do is repent of your sins and accept him into your life. No matter what you are going through, he will help you. I would like to invite you to get to know him by inviting you to my church and for lunch. Remember, Jesus is the way and he is our savior. Jesus loves and cares about you and I care about you too.
It is not the time for questioning one’s faith or belief, but simply pray and let God direct one’s words and immediate action. In addition, be confident and competent assuring people of crisis because words and deeds are embedded in a person’s spirit. The Bible records God’s people perish concerning the knowledge of the will of God in their lives, (Hosea 4:6, EVS). It is good to keep an open mind to God’s word being the answer to every form of ministering. Matter of fact, the Bible makes it easy to minister because it exemplifies the trust is in God not human logic or
It is a good word to remember, because it’s a word that changes our lives forever for those who love Jesus. On Day 6 we talked about how to ask Jesus to live in your heart. If you have never done that before, and you would like to now, or if you don’t know how to do that, we have a simple prayer you might like to say in the back of this book, that will help you do that. It is a small prayer, but it will bring big changes to your life, because Jesus will come into your life and become your Saviour.
The “by faith alone” principle cannot be properly understood until it is seen with its partner, the principal of “by grace alone”. They go hand and hand. The Bible tells us that faith has to be and is a gift of God, not by self, but by grace (Ephesians 2:8). It is made clear that for
In 2 Timothy 3:16 it states, the Bible is for “teaching, reproofing, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness.” According to McMinn, “Begins with our distorting what is good into something evil. God created humans with volition, a capacity for agency and selfhood.” As Christian leaders, we must be self-aware and understand our own purpose and ability to excite God 's Plan through our gifts. Formulating a tangible relationship with the Holy Spirit will ensure that we are utilizing our gifts properly and to the fullest
In the beginning we hit everything, but when I trusted in what he was saying and he believed in me and we passed everyone. Also, sometimes we stopped and helped others that work stuck. As Christians its our job to help those that are in need and I think sometimes we forget that. Sometimes as Christians it's hard to listen and trust in others. Especially, in stressful
I am not suggesting revolting or secretive ways, But I believe witnessing through action is just as important as witnessing through professing one’s belief. In Matthew 5:16, it states, “in the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:16, NIV). Christian educator’s classroom should embody principles that are reflective of a Christian worldview to implement a biblical worldview to support a Christian philosophy in education in a practical application. We must instill themes like love, wholeness, and responsibility of knowledge. Graham states, “biblical teachings concerning love, wholeness, and responsibility, as well as our experience of them in Christ, must be brought to bear on our studies and research” (Graham, 2009, 24).
30 At once Jesus realized that power had gone out from him. He turned around in the crowd and asked, “Who touched my clothes?” 31 “You see the people crowding against you,” his disciples answered, “and yet you can ask, ‘Who touched me?” 32 But Jesus kept looking around to see who had done it. 33 Then the woman, knowing what had happened to her, came and fell at his feet and, trembling with fear, told him the whole truth. 34 He said to her, “Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering.
I have seen in a few ministries, individuals find difficulty in incorporating Christian witness into their development work. Forcing individuals to resort to strictly development or witness in their minds. However, I have always come away a bit perplexed. In my personal experience, once Jesus entered my life, it was transformed and I am not alone in this experience. In fact, everyone can experience this transformation and as much as people like to think about how difficult it may be to experience God work, witnessing this should be easy and common.
One of the central themes in his Gospel is the kingdom of God. John the Baptist’s first words are “Repent for the kingdom of God is near,” and later when Jesus begins his public ministry, he utters the same words, “Repent for the kingdom of God is near.” Matthew knows his readers have some questions. What does this kingdom look like? How do I become a part of it? Much of the Sermon on the Mount is an exposition of these questions, as Jesus presents an upside down kingdom counterintuitive to the world’s ways.