Eternal life is not a legal transaction, it’s an invitation into a transformational relationship. The invite is for us to participate in Christ’s very own life. We must make the distinction here between the Christian “religion” (ritualistic observation) and actually … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Grace, Identity, Sonship
Tagged Christianity, Christmas, Eternal life, Incarnation of Christ, Jesus, Religion and Spirituality, transformation, Why Jesus?
Noël (or Noel) finds its source from the Latin verb nasci, meaning “to be born.” but the word itself comes from the Old French, literally “of or born on Christmas” (online etymology). In the Middle Ages it was a cry … Continue reading
In part one and part two, we saw that Jesus came to live with us and show us what God is really like, and to show us who we really are. What we are focusing in on in this series … Continue reading
“We cannot afford to make Jesus’ life mostly about His death. I believe doing this is one of the major reasons why most people still like Jesus but don’t like a lot of Christians. This sad commentary reveals the difference between … Continue reading
“Jesus was not born just to die; He was born to give life. He wasn’t brought up to be the ultimate temple sacrifice. God doesn’t do human sacrifice; He’s not Molech. God is, and always has been, a good Father.” I said this in … Continue reading
Since we’re in the Christmas season, I thought it might be good to debunk some popular anti-Christian urban legends (usually coming from Jesus-mythers) that Jesus’ story was borrowed from other ancient gods. These short videos by InspiringPhilosophy should quickly dispense … Continue reading
If we were to properly celebrate Christ’s saving work, we would start on Christmas day and end on Easter! For our salvation is not confined to Calvary, but begins with a birth in Bethlehem.
Posted in Father Heart of God, Identity, Sonship
Tagged atonement, Christianity, Christmas, Evangelism, Good News, Religion and Spirituality, Restoration, Salvation, transformation