As long as we are wandering around in this fallen world, we will struggle with sin. Everyone will, as the Preacher of Ecclesiastes said: “Surely there is not a righteous man on earth who does good and never sins.”
Where did you get your phone from? I found mine when I was out camping in the mountain earlier this year. It was early dawn. The sun had just risen over the hillside when I got out of my tent to do my morning routine.
Many Christians only associate the Father with Yahweh and the Old Testament. However, when one realizes that Jesus is Yahweh too, their eternal unity becomes more evident throughout the Bible. Indeed, the divine name itself, Yahweh, can remind us of their intimate relationship, their oneness, one in love and justice, together forever in everything.
Imagine this. A thief breaks into your home and steals your stuff. He steals everything, everything. Your house is barren — even the dust is gone.
Because God’s name, Yahweh, expresses his eternal, immutable, and perfect nature, it serves as a reminder that God’s promises are sure and trustworthy.
Jesus is the perfect Passover Lamb that died for all the blemished lambs that had wandered astray.
Jesus Christ is the firstborn of all creation, preeminent over all of His adopted brothers and sisters.
Because Jesus is the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords, He had to have a herald. His herald was John the Baptist.
Jesus Christ is the source of eternal life and the light that illuminates the dark crevices of fallen man’s mind and regenerates their corrupted heart.
God is the eternal rock on which all of reality is placed.