Jesus taught that it was impossible to truly believe in the Father without believing in the Son as well.
Jesus never performed a miracle someone didn’t need that very moment; but he also never performed a miracle for someone that didn’t have a greater need.
When Colossians 2:9 says, “For in him the whole fullness of deity dwells bodily,” we are meant to stagger in wonder.
Concerning Philippians 4:19, James Montgomery Boice comments… “We come now to what is perhaps the greatest promise in the entire Bible. And it is great because it includes all of the other promises in itself.” The wonderful promise of Philippians 4:19 is this: “And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory […]
What if you were called on this Thanksgiving to give a report of what you were thankful for?
The form of the revelation of Christ is not the important thing.
Because of the advent of Jesus, a significant shift took place in the idea of sacred space and communication with God. The importance of the former sacred places faded, and the focus moved to the person of Jesus himself.
How would a Christian know if the Jesus he or she worships is the true Jesus?
The exchange between Jesus and Mary at Cana takes us right into the substance of the gospel.
Jesus knew the Bible, and he used David's words to foretell the kind of battle he came to fight and the kind of victory he came to win.