Those in Christ are invited to the greatest feed of all time — the wedding supper of the Lamb. Are we preparing for it?
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A brief look at two of the Bibles great conversion stories — the king who turned from idolatry to serve the God of his fathers and the persecuting rabbi who became the foremost example of mercy and the most prominent of Jesus’ apostles.
Paul had a confident optimism for the future that not only was there the assurance of heaven, but that life on earth would be productive work too in cooperation with the brethren.
John assures us that God is love and His love is manifest in us. Thus we are to love each others as we have a relationship with the Father, Son, and Spirit, and they with us and us with each other.
John admonishes the believers to “test the spirits” since many deceivers who do not confess the truth have gone out into the world. The world listen to them, but John assures us that we have overcome them.
Jesus tells us that God values even the sparrows that were so cheaply sold. So He also assures us that He cares fully for us. This is great news in a in a world of mostly uncaring people.
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Jesus did not grasp onto, hold tightly, or in anyway try to stay on in heaven instead of freely coming in the most humble way, to preform the most personally humiliating service for us.
Jesus revealed more of the personal relationship that we have with God as our father in the Sermon on the Mount than the entire Old Testament did. d
John continues to tell of the blessing found only in Christ and the truth: among them, a heart assured before God — if we keep His commands and do the things that are pleasing in His sight.
After Jesus calmed the storm, the frightened disciples asked, “Who Is This?”
John tells us reminds us that the message since the beginning has always been love. So to close our hearts to a brother is to start down the path of hatred, a path that ends in the mind and heart of Cain.
Jesus compared the unbelievers to those who, like children, played a tune and wanted others to play and dance along. But it was not they, but God, who really got to call the tune.
John tells us that by how we act and how we love, we can tell if one is a child of God or a child of the devil. John says do not let anyone deceive you on this point, it is actually obvious.
The gospel starts with the angels singing, "Good news of great joy for all men” and continues to offer us all the things accomplished for us by Christ, by His workings now and the promises still to come. Let there always be Joy!
Jesus asked many questions even though He knew the minds of all. Everyone of His questions was designed to make people think or to garner a response. He often asked, “Do you believe?” What should we do with that?