Jesus was the final fulfillment of this prophecy, for he was "God with us" in the fullest sense.
Throughout history we have learned God's word through our leaders who have responded to God's call to go and preach the Gospel of truth. Until today, we get instructions and guidance from people whom God commissioned to do the task.
In ourselves we have no life, power, and strength. All that we possess comes from Jesus Christ.
Message of the Day: Jesus is the Only Way to God, the Embodiment of Truth, and the Center of Our Life.
We don't have to shrink back at these words of Jesus. If he is the Son of God, they are necessarily true.
He knows his flock by name and they know his voice. They have a mutually reciprocal knowledge of one another, the secret to loving and loyal relationship.
Jesus likened himself to a door, by which people could enter and experience God, find life, freedom, protection, and provision.
Jesus was referring to the bread from heaven, it gives life, it satisfies not just the physical body but the soul.
Message of the Day: In the Olden Times, God Speaks through the Prophets, but Now He Speaks through His Son Jesus Christ.
He is the exact expression of the divine nature. One day all things will return to him as his rightful possession.
The Word of God is the living and dynamic agent of God and was the means by which God created the heavens and the earth and everything in it. The logos is not just like a person, but is a person - not 'it' but 'he'. He is not just with God, he is God. It is distinct from the Father and is inseparable from Him.
The transitory nature of the material universe ought to make a difference in one's system of values and priorities.
1 Chronicles 16:8 is a psalm that was sung in celebration of the ark's arrival in Jerusalem.
We are assured that the teachings we received from Christ were founded in truth thus, we might as well stick and keep walking with him and those teachings.
When we come together for public worship, we should praise and thank God for giving us the permission to do so. It is such a privilege!
An attitude of thankfulness would cause us to promote harmony and peace. Nothing better will move us to peace and order than being thankful to God.
Psalms 95-100 are grouped so as to form a series of songs used for temple worship. From chapter 95 we learn about the call for people to worship God because he is the savior.
If we make God's word our guide and learn from it, we are in the right way.