Christmas 2015 - The day of Jesus' birth was marked by silence on earth. There was no celebration among man. And yet, there was a joyful heavenly praise. The angels and heavenly hosts declared that there is peace on earth. Peace is the greatest need on earth today. And true peace can only come from God.
Although many of us may be healthy outwardly, we could have many ugly things happening inside of our hearts. One problem Christians often face is hopelessness in difficult seasons of life. Jesus Christ is the only one who can heal us from the inside out and restore our hope and joy in Him.
Jesus Christ came to this Earth on a mission. He came to proclaim the Word and bring freedom to those who are lost. As fellows children of God, may we be the ones to follow the heart of God and share His mission, which is one filled with unrelenting love and compassion.
Jesus Christ is the Word incarnate who is the perfect revelation of God, our Father. Although we may know attributes of God, it takes Jesus to know God fully and completely.
Jesus has the power to bring life to what is dead. No matter what is dead in your life, the impossible can happen when Jesus is involved.
Paul exhorts believers to be always joyful, prayerful, and thankful. But how is it possible to remain in the joy of salvation at all times?
This most beautiful confession and proclamation opens up the Holy Bible. It is important to understand the beginning of creation because it also marks our beginning. If we wish to know the creation, then we should first know the Creator. Genesis 1 overflows with beautiful evidence of God love for us and His grand purpose for our lives.
The Four Spiritual Laws can be understood as four general themes of the Bible. They are commonly known as creation, the fall of humanity, salvation through Jesus Christ, and the Kingdom of God. These basic topics provide the bones or tentpoles for developing deep Biblical understanding.