2 Corinthians 4:16-17 Therefore, we do not lose heart. Eventhough our outward man is perishing, yet the inward man is being renewed day by day. For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, is working for us a… Read More ›
Christians affectionately accepted Jesus as the Son of God. But here is what many people perceive about the man called Jesus. He was born in a manger in the modest town of Nazareth. His father’s name was Joseph, and his mother’s name was Mary. He declared His Father was God. Religious leaders falsely accused him of blasphemy and nailed Him to a cross. In addition to this, God supposedly raised Him from the dead, and His followers claim to have seen him after His resurrection.
Who is Jesus? The Bible answers every question ever raised about Jesus. It also gives us a clear and precise mental picture to help us answer the question Who is Jesus? I, along with many other Christians, doubt that He was the only blue-eyed, blond hair, Israeli white man. However, his physical features have no value for salvation. God wrote everything we need to know about Jesus in the Bible. If it is not in the Bible it is purely speculation.
Jesus is the Word of God in bodily form. The Book of Revelation describes the risen Lord just as He is in heaven right now. Added to that, the disciple John writes, “I saw a white horse in heaven. And the One sitting on the horse has the name Faithful and True. He judges and makes war. His eyes were like a flame of fire, and on His head were many crowns. He had a name written that no one knew except Himself. He wore a robe dipped in blood, and His name is The Word of God” (Revelation 19:11-13).
Pastors are shepherds of God’s people. Shepherds are supposed to protect God’s sheep, not lead them to the enemy. However, hireling pastors have crept into God’s labor field and have persuaded the sheep to follow them rather than follow Christ,… Read More ›
We should always pray and never lose heart. However, in today’s world, we face many challenges, making it difficult to sustain a meaningful prayer life without losing heart. Hate, injustice, insecurity, and fear are but a few of the many… Read More ›
When Jesus learned of the death of his cousin, John the Baptist, it was no doubt one of the darkest hours of His life. Saddened by the bad news, Jesus departed from the crowd to a deserted place by Himself… Read More ›
Hello friends. I pray that all has been well with you since we last talked. In this blog, I want to talk about forgiveness, and how to know God forgives you. Has someone in your life wronged you more than… Read More ›