To forgive others is to portray an understanding of God’s love: forgiving others as God has forgiven oneself is the ultimate motivation for reconciliation.
The heart of God is to heal the brokenhearted and to bind up the wounds of those living in dysfunction. He wants to help your family break the sinful patterns you’ve acquired to help you see God’s grace throughout your family life.
The search for meaning, purpose, and identity can cause inner turmoil for many people, including Christians. Those who appropriate the truth of their identity “in Christ” are liberated to experience the life-giving grace that resolves any crisis and conflict of personal identity.
If you’re going to become a Christian who will STAND UP and STAND OUT for Christ then you must develop solid convictions and maintain unquestionable faith in Christ!
Worship calls for an ongoing response seen in the proclamation of the gospel and personal evangelism. If you have seen the Lord in His glory and experienced His mercy then you should become someone who shares the Gospel with others.
Complete honesty and humility were the only acceptable responses to seeing the King of Kings.We must confess our sinful passions and practices and humbly plead for God’s mercy! Doing so brings us to the heart of grace, where we worship and adore God for His holiness while simultaneously experiencing the cleansing, restoration, and revival we personally need.
Christians gain a new depth of admiration and appreciation for God when they purposefully exalt the majesty, holiness, and awesomeness of Jesus Christ in a personal celebration of His greatness.
As you behold the beauty of Christ in his holiness, trust Jesus further as you apply the witness of John the Baptist: “John bare witness of him, and cried, saying, This was he of whom I spake, He that cometh after me is preferred before me: for he was before me. And of his fulness…
After believing on Christ for the forgiveness of sins, you can now go further in your understanding of Jesus by understanding the witness of the apostles. “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.”…
Many have asked the questions, “Who is Jesus?” and “Why is He so important?” Because the answers are so important, we must turn to the witness of the best biography ever written – the Bible – to discover vital information about Jesus.