When we weep, our Heavenly Father weeps with us. When we mourn, He mourns with us. Yet, because of our moral agency, we fall short. This is expressed by the Apostle Paul to the Christians in Ephesus when he wrote and grieve not the Holy Spirit of God (Ephesians 4:30). This grieving is a deep sorrow and mourning. Such as what Enoch observed.
Tag: Love of God
The Tree of Life
True discipleship is one of great cost. It requires us to take up our cross and abide in Christ by keeping his commandments (Matthew 16:24-26 and John 15:10).
Day 15 – Engage in Meaningful Service and Ministry
Charity is the heart and soul of service and ministry. Without compassion and mercy, no other spiritual gifts have any purpose or meaning - not even our own faith in God. The Apostle concludes that there are three important things in our lives: Faith, Hope, and Charity. His conclusion is that Charity is the greatest of the three.
In Conversation: Matthew 19:24 – Wealth and Christian Values
Does wealth go against Christian values and principles? Understanding Matthew 19:24 in proper context
Reconciled Unto a New Life
Through Christ, I am reconciled to my Heavenly Father because of His love toward me. When I was at enmity with him - God loved me enough to provide a way for me to come unto him through his Son Jesus Christ.
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