The Divine Creator has given the world His only begotten beloved son. That sent one from God was willing to put his own will aside to do the Will of his heavenly Father in Whom Jesus gave all his trust.
Like Jesus did, we too should give ourselves in the hands of the Only One True God and trust Him Who will bring us through these times of tribulation and for some even a time of ordeal.
- Jesus said he would never leave us nor forsake us, so why when the storms of life hit we seem to lose sight of his presence in our trouble?
- We as humans go by what we see
- to not visibly see something or someone how can we believe in the hope of their help = where our faith (Trust) needs to be strengthened
- God is a Spirit & our help then is of a spiritual nature = way God intervenes in life of the believer. (Romans 8:25-28).
- Christ died + become our mediator to make intercession for us to God the Father.
- no other anchor for our souls than the hope we find in him!!!!!
So many being afraid – reason enough to step in the boat with Christ
Precious Sheep Of Renown
Jesus said he would never leave us nor forsake us, so why when the storms of life hit we seem to lose sight of his presence in our trouble? We as humans go by what we see and to not visibly see something or someone how can we believe in the hope of their help? This is where our faith (Trust) needs to be strengthened and believe that the word we read can be counted on no matter what! Hebrews 11:1,6.
We can have peace in the midst of the storms of our life as we learn when the sea was with great tempest, yet Jesus was sleeping. The disciples like many would ask where is God in all this and the answer once again is Faith. (Matthew 8:23-27). And when he was entered into a ship, his disciples followed him.And, behold, there arose a great tempest in the sea…
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In life it is up to us to make the right choice. It is up to decide either to follow human doctrines or Biblical doctrines and to come following the real Jesus Christ (Jeshua ben Joseph), the son of God and our saviour
There exists no conversion without a crisis…
no resurrection without death.
‘You who find your life will lose it,
and you who lose your life for My sake will find it.’
When people have no faith in higher beings nor in gods, but come to hear about that special creature, about so many continue to speak and to debate, and want to know more about him, they shall start feeling counteraction. How closer they shall come to a point to consider about a conversion the thwarting shall become stronger.
Those who want to follow Christ shall come to feel that such a decision may bring opposition. Certainly when they decide they want to go for Jehovah as the Only One True God. Then hell breaks loose. Then the adversaries of Jehovah (the satans) shall jump high and do their utmost best to bring that person to other ideas.
Please do not worry when you start feeling such opposition when you talk about your will to follow Christ and to go for his heavenly Father Jehovah. It shall be a sign that you are on the right direction. Jesus is the way to God, but it does not mean it shall be an easy road. Jesus warns several times (in the parables) about the difficulty to go on the right track and to find the right and narrow gate to enter the Kingdom of God.
Do know at the end of the road it shall be worthwhile to have chosen for the right Jesus and for the right God.
Do know at the end the reward of God shall be great.
Find also to read
- We may not be ignorant to get wisdom
- This was my reward
- Matthew 10:40-42 – The Nazarene’s Commentary: Reception and Reward
- Matthew 19:13-15 – The Nazarene’s Commentary: Kingdom Belongs to Child-lik
- Matthew 19:16-24 – The Nazarene’s Commentary: Difficulty of Rich Entering the Kingdom
- Matthew 19:25-26 – The Nazarene’s Commentary: Who Can be Saved
- Matthew 19:27-29 – The Nazarene’s Commentary: We Have Left Everything for You!
The Bible’s frequent refrain — ‘His people’ and ‘our God’ — repeatedly reminds us that we are a community — part of God’s family. Like a body, each part has a vital role to play. The Lord has formed us for a collective purpose. We are dedicated to adopting the values of God. We are committed to doing the works of faith we have seen in Jesus, and the very ones we hope to perform with His constant aid.
Faith can grow abundantly when we understand and fully embrace the fact that God has put us together on purpose.
Accordingly, the Christadelphian community is committed to a vision of Cultivating Faith Together.
After some hard thinking about how they can make the biggest difference, the WCF got structured to advance that vision as effectively as they can.
Like our Christadelphian ecclesia in Belgium the WCF is focused on faith because it is the bedrock of our relationship with God and His Son. It is what compels us to walk with them for good, for a lifetime. And our faith is what is tested in the daily trials and decisions of life.
The WCF and our Belgian ecclesia is committed to cultivating more faith together.
We hope you will join us in this great cause. We seek those who want to give their hands, their hearts, their financial resources. We know that, together, we can truly grow more faith.
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- burning the Bible = way of showing finally rejected all the things that I had been brought up to believe
- current intellectual assault on God in Europe and North America= specific attack on Christianity
God does not believe in atheists
I thought this gesture [burning the Bible] was a way of showing that I had finally rejected all the things that I had been brought up to believe, and I went on to behave for the next 20 years of my life exactly as if I didn’t believe in him [God], and that’s how I discovered in the end that what I had rejected was right.
The current intellectual assault on God in Europe and North America is, in fact, a specific attack on Christianity – the faith that stubbornly persists in the morality, laws, and government of the major Western countries. . . .The God they fight is the Christian God. . . .God is the leftists’ chief rival. Christian belief, by subjecting all men to divine authority and by asserting in the words ‘My kingdom is not of this world’ that the ideal society does not exist in…
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God does not believe in atheists
I have noticed that whenever a person gives up his belief in the Word of God because it requires that he should believe a good deal, his unbelief requires him to believe a great deal more. If there be any difficulties in the faith of Christ, they are not one-tenth as great as the absurdities in any system of unbelief which seeks to take its place.
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if you keep your faith,
you keep your trust,
you keep the right attitude,
if you’re grateful,
you’ll see God open up new doors.
Dutch version / Nederlandse versie > Als je je geloof en vertrouwen behoudt in God