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Posts Tagged ‘resurrection

EASTER. Two.

April 21, 2017

Must Believe? We cannot have a full knowledge of God, knowing that we have been forgiven by our repentance and knowing that Jesus rose from the dead to give us eternal salvation? One cannot claim to say I believe because I only know He died for me! We must also believe that he rose from […]

Temple of the… Part-Two.

December 10, 2016

Our Witness? Christmas and Easter are the great times for us believers to share the Good News about Jesus love for the world! The love that took Him to the cross for people to repent and turn to God! We have a responsibility to tell the world the truth of their destiny without God? That […]

EASTER. TWO.

March 25, 2016

Death and Resurrection. We know our failure and have now turned from it, giving it all to Jesus and knowing that we are living in the New Life of His resurrection power for us! We have been redeemed, bought back to the Father¬†by the blood of Jesus atonement. Many believers give more focus to the […]

The Star. Part-Three.

December 6, 2013

‘I am the Light.’ Jesus the promised Messiah and the Savior of the world came to be the final remption for humanity. For all who trust in Him, in His light will be saved, from Eternal amnation. It is only by faith in the Christmas story of the miracle birth of Jesus to a virgin […]

Easter, The Cross. Part-Five.

March 29, 2013

‘We Glory.’ What is it to be a believer (Agious)?¬† In the death upon the Cross/Stake/Tree and the resurrection from the dead of Jesus the Messiah (Christos). We have faith to believe and the power of the Holy Spirit of God within to give continual glory and praise to Him who saved us, not because […]

Grace.

August 17, 2012

What is grace? Grace is God’s favor to us for our Salvation. We cannot by this gift, only God gives it to us for our faith placed in the works of the cross/stake and resurrection of Jesus the Jewish messiah. This means that we are not able to work for it. Ephesians 2:8-10.