I think of a symbol that refers to "Christ."
I believe that's what it's intended for. It doesn't mean that you have to be a "Christian" to understand that it's the meaning behind Christ.
It's sorta of a "trademark" if you will of the Christ, along with the "fish" you can see on bumpers of cars.
I think of everything that Jesus Christ, the Son of God willingly suffered, even death, so that my sins would be forgiven and I could be welcomed into Heaven by God, the Father. I think Of how much The LORD of must love me to have done this for me. How much the Father loves me to have sent His Son to suffer and die so that I might have everlasting life.
by Dr Abby Campbell 5 years ago
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by Edwinoel Tanglao 6 years ago
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by boyatdelhi 5 years ago
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me"
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by SwordofManticorE 5 years ago
Did Adam’s fall bring down more people than the cross of JesusChrist could save?
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