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.
Jesus of Nazareth, the central figure of Christianity, preached a message of repentance and forgiveness during his ministry on Earth. This message remains relevant today and serves as a powerful reminder of the transformative power of forgiveness and the importance of turning away from sin.Continue reading JESUS’ MESSAGE OF REPENTANCE AND FORGIVENESS
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
Forgiveness is a central tenet of the Christian faith. It is one of the most powerful and transformative practices that we can engage in as followers of Jesus Christ. Forgiveness is not always easy, but it is necessary if we want to live lives that are in line with God’s will.Continue reading UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF FORGIVNESS.
Forgiveness is a complex and multi-layered concept that has been discussed by religious leaders, philosophers, and psychologists for centuries. It is often considered as a noble act of letting go of anger, resentment, and bitterness towards someone who has wronged us. Forgiveness can be difficult to practice, but it can bring immense benefits to both the person who forgives, and the person being forgiven. In this article, we will explore the meaning and importance of forgiveness.Continue reading THE IMPORTANCE OF FORGIVENESS
- They were twelve Jewish men whom Jesus called to follow him during his three-year ministry on earth
- The twelve disciples were from the Galilee region in the north except for Judas Iscariot, who was from Judea in the south.
- Their occupations ranged from fisherman to tax collectors and revolutionaries.
- Some were married (Mark 1:29-31; 1 Cor 9:3-6).
- Some were well-versed in Scripture (John 1:46).
God call on Ezekiel’s life and the task given him was based on who God was an God’s hatred of sin. Ezekiel experienced God firsthand, taking in His Word (he ate the scroll given him God) so completely that it was a part of him.Continue reading WHY WOULD EZEKIEL-OR ANYBODY-SPEAK TRUTH TO STUBBORN PEOPLE WHO REFUSE TO LISTEN?
The king of Nineveh repented, and we wonder why. The only explanation for the king’s confession (and for your own) is that God fills the emptiness in the human heart so effectively that our normal and natural response (albeit with the help of God Himself) is to seek God’s forgiveness and comfort. The stubborn person who resists and refuses God’s overture-not the repentant sinner-should be the cause of bewilderment.Continue reading WHAT EXPLAINS A PAGAN KING’S EAGER REPENTANCE?
A yoke was a wooden collar placed on the neck of an ox to which plows and other farming implements were attached (Hosea 11:4). Jesus used the yoke in this passage as a metaphor for commitment to Him and His teachings.Continue reading BIBLE CUSTOMS & CURIOSITIES (AN EASY YOKE)
The law of retaliation in the Old Testament permitted a person to put out an eye or knock out a tooth of an offender who had inflicted such injuries upon him (Exodus 21:23-25). But Jesus calls for a higher code of behavior from His followers. (“Whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also,” Matthew 5:39.)Continue reading BIBLE CUSTOMS AND CURIOSITIES (DO NOT RETALIATE)