In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made. In him was life; and the life was the light of men. (John 1:1-4)
The greatest love story ever written . . . and ever lived . . . and ever experienced . . .
What was lost in Adam is gone forever. What we have received, and what we will become in the Person of Jesus Christ, will also be forever. We are not the old creation made new, but a new creation to do away with the old. We are reconciled to God in a new image, the image of the Son of man.
God’s path for us is His to choose and not ours to choose.
In our modern age of Christianity it is not what man has given up for God, but what man wants God to give up for him. – Michael Haigh
. . . . the one who has the Spirit of Christ is victorious in Christ, is confident in Christ, is assured in Christ, and is determined in Christ.
The Spirit of God never sees us as a separated family. He continually sees us as a mystical Church united to Christ, united with Christ, and united in Christ.
God (through the manifestation of Christ) came into the world, He had come into His own creation, He had subjected Himself to the horrors of mankind, and mankind totally abused his own Creator.
What greater place of servitude could the created creature experience but to serve his own Creator. – Michael Haigh
During the course of World War 2 there was a coding devise called ‘The Enigma.’ This devise was so good that it was a riddle to all the code breakers, the only way to break the code of the Enigma was to capture that devise from the enemy. It would take the Enigma to release the secrets locked within itself. All the codes were held within it’s keys, all the riddles of death and destruction could only be solved and revealed by the riddle maker itself, the Enigma.
No born again believer is without a call of service.
Maybe this article is about government, politics, religion, I’ll give you a hint . . . it’s none of these, it is about . . .
True faith is not hollow or empty. True faith puts you into the presence of the Almighty God.
Suffering is part of the divine process to purify and to strengthen the soul of the believer.
What was the value that God set on the blood of Christ?