Tag Archives: suffering

WHAT PURPOSE DID THE TRANSFIGURATION SERVE?

 

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The Greek word translated “transfiguration” is the same word from which we get the English term metamorphosis. In this experience, possibly on Mount Hermon, Christ’s whole appearance changed. Peter, James, and John were able to see, for a few moments, Jesus in His glorified state (2 Peter 1:17). This brilliant revelation of the divinity of Jesus, Continue reading WHAT PURPOSE DID THE TRANSFIGURATION SERVE?

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SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY (2 THESSALONIANS 1: 1-12) “PATIENCE IN SUFFERING”

Power-of-Bible  From: Paul, Silas, and Timothy.

To: The church of Thessalonica-keep safe in God our Father and in the Lord Jesus Christ.

May God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you rich blessings and peace-filled hearts and minds. Dear brothers, giving thanks to God for you is not only the right thing to do, but it is our duty to God because of the really wonderful way your faith has grown and because of your growing love for each other. We are happy to tell other churches about your patience Continue reading SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY (2 THESSALONIANS 1: 1-12) “PATIENCE IN SUFFERING”

SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY “WHAT IS LOVE” (1 CORINTHIANS 13:2-7)

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If I had the gift of prophecy and knew all about what is going to happen in the future, knew everything about everything, but didn’t love others, what good would it do? Even if I had the gift of faith so that I could speak to a mountain and make it move, I would still be wroth nothing at all without love. If I gave everything I have to poor people. and if I were burned alive for preaching the Gospel but didn’t love others. It would be of no value whatever.

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A BAPTISM OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

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It is interesting to go back in time to see the church in its primitive state. . .when the Spirit was still directly instructing Christians on how God wanted religion practiced.

One of the most detailed cases of conversion is the Ethiopian whom Philip taught while traveling down a lonely back road (Acts 8:26-40). This treasurer requested baptism, and Philip conducted his baptism in the way God approves.

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