In a world where opinions and beliefs often clash, it is essential to anchor our perspectives in the timeless wisdom of Scripture, especially when faced with sensitive and controversial topics. In exploring the hypothetical scenario of Jesus encountering a homosexuality display at a store like Target, let us delve into the Scriptures to gain insights into how Jesus would respond with love, compassion, and truth.Continue reading Jesus at Target: A Compassionate Response to the Homosexuality Display
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JESUS’ MESSAGE OF FORGIVENESS AND REDEMPTION.
Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures in human history. He preached a message of love, compassion, and forgiveness that continues to inspire people all over the world today. Central to his teachings was the idea of forgiveness and redemption.Continue reading JESUS’ MESSAGE OF FORGIVENESS AND REDEMPTION.
THE HUMANITY OF JESUS CHRIST: HOW HE WAS FULLY HUMAN AND FULLY GOD.
Jesus Christ is a central figure in Christianity, believed to be the Son of God and the savior of humanity. One of the most important aspects of Jesus’ life and ministry is his humanity. While he is considered to be fully God, he is also fully human. This means that he experienced all the joys, sorrows, and challenges of human existence. This article will explore the humanity of Jesus Christ and provide scriptural evidence for this belief.Continue reading THE HUMANITY OF JESUS CHRIST: HOW HE WAS FULLY HUMAN AND FULLY GOD.
STRENGTHENING YOUR FAITH: TIPS AND ADVICE FOR BELIEVERS
Faith is the foundation of many people’s lives. It provides a sense of purpose, hope, and peace in the midst of life’s challenges. However, faith is not always easy to maintain, especially in times of adversity. Strengthening your faith requires effort and intentional actions. Here are some tips and advice for believers looking to strengthen their faith.Continue reading STRENGTHENING YOUR FAITH: TIPS AND ADVICE FOR BELIEVERS
THE PROBLEM WITH SIN
The concept of sin has been an integral part of many religions and belief systems throughout human history. It is often defined as a transgression against divine law or moral principles, and it is typically associated with negative consequences or punishment. However, the problem with sin is that it can be a vague and subjective concept that is used to control and manipulate people, rather than promote moral behavior and personal growth.Continue reading THE PROBLEM WITH SIN
THE NATURE OF GOD
The nature of God has been a subject of philosophical and theological inquiry for centuries. Throughout human history, people have attempted to understand the nature of the divine and the role it plays in the universe. While the concept of God varies among different cultures and religions, there are some common features that define the nature of God.Continue reading THE NATURE OF GOD
NAMES OF GOD (JEHOVAH)
Exodus 6:3 And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by the name of God Almighty, but by my name JEHOVAH was I not known to them.Continue reading NAMES OF GOD (JEHOVAH)
NAMES OF GOD (MESSIAH)
John 4:25-26: The woman saith unto him, I know that Messias cometh, which is called Christ: when he is come, he will tell us all things. Jesus saith unto her, I that speak unto thee am he.
These two verses are part of the account in John’s Gospel of Jesus’ conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well. He admitted openly to her that He was the Messiah, the deliverer whom God had been promising to send to His people for hundreds of years.Continue reading NAMES OF GOD (MESSIAH)
DEFINITION OF THE DAY (SON OF GOD)
Term used to express the deity of Jesus of Nazareth as the one, unique Son of God. In the OT certain men and angels (Gen 6:1-4; Psa 29:1; 82:6; 89:6) are called “sons of God” (note text notes in modern translations). The people of Israel were corporately considered the son of God (Exod 4:22; Jer 31:20; Hos 11:1). The concept also is employed in the OT with reference to the king as God’s son (Psa 2:7). The promises found in the David covenant (2 Sam 7:14) are the source for this special filial relationship. The title can be found occasionally in intertestamental literature (Ezra 7:28-29; 13:32,37,52; 14:9).Continue reading DEFINITION OF THE DAY (SON OF GOD)
IS VIOLENCE OKAY WHEN FIGHTING VIOLENCE?
Moses learned an important lesson about violence and anger here. In the first case, he observed violence against a fellow Israelite and responded by killing the perpetrator. Clearly, other options were open to him: reporting the misdeed, using his position to bring the power of the state to bear against the perpetrator, advocating a change in state labor laws. In the second case, he intervened when some annoying shepherds pestered a group of young women, This time he did not kill but drove off the nuisances.Continue reading IS VIOLENCE OKAY WHEN FIGHTING VIOLENCE?