Living With Jesus: Week 7, Jesus is Lord

Jesus is Lord Jesus is Lord and in order to be truly saved He must be Lord over your life. The call to follow Jesus as Lord and Savior is absolute. But Jesus is not being mean or a bully. It is all about love. God is love and love makes us truly human. We … Continue reading Living With Jesus: Week 7, Jesus is Lord

Living With Jesus: Week 6, God the Son

God the Son There are always people who march to a different drum. If you tell them something is white, they will say it is black. If you tell them not to play in the street, they will play in the street and get run over by a passing automobile. Do you know anyone like … Continue reading Living With Jesus: Week 6, God the Son

Living with Jesus: Week 5, God the Father

God the Father “If I speak of him as Father, I speak of all things as being from him.” (Theophilus, ca. 180; A.2.90) The Nicene Creed, the statement of the true Christian Faith, next goes on to say, “I believe in…the Father Almighty, creator of heaven and earth and of all things visible and invisible.”   … Continue reading Living with Jesus: Week 5, God the Father

Living With Jesus: Week 4, God is Holy and Sovereign

God is Holy Yesterday, we started getting acquainted with God and we found out he is not really like us. In fact, we possess none of the attributes God has that we talked about and it is a little hard for us to relate to them, though we can rejoice in them. God has other … Continue reading Living With Jesus: Week 4, God is Holy and Sovereign

Living With Jesus: Week 3, What is God Like?

A little girl asked her father, one day, “Daddy, what is God like?” The question caused the girl’s father to stop and ponder, “How do I know what God is like?” There are two ways to decide this issue. First, we can imagine what God is like in our minds. The problem with this is … Continue reading Living With Jesus: Week 3, What is God Like?

Living With Jesus: Week 2, One God in Three Persons

In the early days of the Church there arose a heresy that the early Church was united is saying was started by Simon the Sorcerer. You can find his story in Acts 8.9-24. He was very worldly minded and wanted riches and power so people would look up to him. Since he did not get … Continue reading Living With Jesus: Week 2, One God in Three Persons