In the second part of the series, some of God attributes are compared between the Old and New Testaments in order to prove the immutability of God. Also, the positive effects of Christianity upon all aspects of world cultures, as directly by God and his Word, are examined as well.
Many people differentiate God between the Old and New Testament. Using the bible itself, it will prove that God does not and will not change, meaning He is loving, patient, forgiving, and merciful towards those that believe in Him. As well. His grace has always been available, through faith, to those who believe in Him. […]
Jesus is alive! Just as he predicted, on the third day after his cruxifiction Jesus is raised from the dead. The resurretion is the pivotal point in history. The resurrection proved the bible is true and trustworthy, ensures believers eternal life, proves the deity of Jesus, and it is the hingepin of the entire bible.
Jesus tells his disciples he will leave them soon, and the Helper will be sent to them. What is the role of God’s spirit and how does the Holy Spirit help believers?
Upon leaving the temple, Jesus gives sight to a blind man. Jesus’s conversations with his disciples, Jewish leaders, and the blind man includes generational sin, spiritual blindness, and his revelation as the messiah.
Jesus goes to Jerusalem for the Feasts of Booths and teaches in the temple courtyard about his authority. What claims does Jesus make and how do we know if they are true? This passage give 5 reasons to know his claims are true.
In a village called Cana, just north of Jesus’s childhood home of Nazareth, Jesus performs his first miracle while attending a wedding celebration.
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