The love of God is greater than anything. He sent His son Jesus into this world to bring salvation. His Word says that whoever calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. Jesus walked the earth and went about doing good to all. He healed, delivered, redeemed, and saved. He takes the sinner that is in need of a new life and makes that life a new creation. Just like the butterfly. It starts out in a cocoon and at that stage it isn't very pretty to look upon but, once given time to grow and become complete it grows into something beautiful. When we become new creations in Christ Jesus our old life changes and we are beautiful to the Lord.
To receive salvation God says to believe by faith that His son lived, died, and was resurrected and that He sits at the right hand of God. One day Jesus will return for those that are looking for him. he tells us to be on the alert for we know not what hour He will come back, but to be ready always.
by SwordofManticorE 5 years ago
How do you interpret the second death in the book of Revelations?It is found 4 times in Revelations and as I understand it, it is symbolic for the second desruction of the temple and the Jewish religion a second time at the hands of Rome. The first time was by babylon. It is the spiritual death of...
by graceinus 4 years ago
What did Jesus Christ mean when He said; "And the truth shall set you free"?What truth was Jesus referring to when He said these words and does this have any connection to the Spirit of Truth? Jesus also said in John 18: part of verse 37 (NKJV) "Everyone who IS OF the truth hears my...
by Joseph O Polanco 2 years ago
Was Christ Jesus tolerant of other religions or did he teach that there was only one true religion?
by glassvisage 2 years ago
How has being a Christian improved your life?
by Debra Allen 22 months ago
The Bible says that all one has to do is ask for forgiveness. Now being that, do you think that Satan might have already asked God for forgiveness? Now before you rattle off scripture.....I don't believe...but I could be wrong....that the Bible has nothing to say on that.
by vector7 7 years ago
Jesus said Hell was real, said it was forever, and said we could escape it through believing in Him and putting the will of God first. If there is no such thing as an eternal Hell, why would Jesus teach it, and then go on to say that He is the only way to the Father and that He must die on the...
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