Christ Is Someone To Know And Trust
Jesus Christ is more than a system,
tradition, or belief. He is a Person who knows our needs, feels our
pain, and sympathizes with our weakness. In exchange for our trust, He
offers to forgive our sins, to intercede for us, and to bring us to
His Father. He cried for us, died for us, and rose from the dead to
show that He was all He claimed to be. Conquering death, He showed us
that He can save us from our sins, live His life through us on earth,
and then bring us safely to heaven. He offers Himself as a gift to
anyone who will trust and follow Him (
What It Means To Know Jesus Christ
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
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Christ Rose From The Dead
A Public Execution
Assured His Death
A High Official
Secured The Gravesite
In Spite Of
Guards, The Grave Was Found Empty
Claimed To Have Seen Him Alive
His Apostles Were
Willing To Die For Their Claims
Changed Their Day Of Worship
Although It Was
Unexpected, It Was Clearly Predicted
It Was A Fitting
Climax To A Miraculous Life
It Fits The
Experience Of Those Who Trust Him
You're Not Alone
Simon Greenleaf, one of the principle founders of the Harvard Law
School, originally set out to disprove the biblical testimony concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He was certain that a careful examination of the internal witness of the Gospels would dispel all the myths at the heart of Christianity. But this legal scholar came to the conclusion that the witnesses were reliable, and that the resurrection did in fact happen. Made available online by Shane Rosenthal for Reformation Ink, this essay is in the public domain and may be freely copied and distributed.
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The names and titles of Jesus as listed in the Bible.
What Do You Say?
you must answer is a simple one.
It's not, "What do you think of a
It's not, "What do you think of Christians?"
It's not, "What good works have you done lately?"
It's not, "What are the traditions of your church?"
The Question that stands between every human
and God is this: "What are you going to do with Jesus?"
Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the
life. No one comes to the Father except through Me" (John 14:6). Paul and Silas
said, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved" (Acts 4:12). And
Paul said that "God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself" (2
The message is clear: Faith in Jesus is the
only way to God. So what are you going to do with Him? Will you allow a
philosopher's deceiving words to make you mistrust the Savior? Will you let the
musings of mere humans carry more weight than the message of Almighty God?
Please don't. Take Jesus at His word. Put your faith in Him and believe that He
gave His life as the sacrifice for your sins on the cross of Calvary. You'll
find the joy that comes from being
set free from the penalty and power of sin.
What will you do with Jesus? That' the most
important question you will ever answer.
Excerpted from Who Is This Man Who Says He's
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He must increase, but I must
decrease. John 3:30
In order to maintain friendship and
loyalty to Christ, be much more careful of your moral and vital
relationship to Him than any other thing, even obedience. Sometimes
there is nothing to obey, the only thing to do is to maintain your vital
connection with Jesus Christ, to see that
nothing interferes with your relationship to Him. Only at
occasional times do we have to obey; when a crisis arises we have to
find out what Godís will is, but the greater part of our life is not
conscious obedience, but this maintained relationship. To have our eyes
on successful service is one of the greatest snares to a Christian
worker, for it has in it the peril of evading the soulís concentration
on Jesus Christ, and instead of being friends of the Bridegroom we
become antichrists in our domain, working against Him while we use His
weapons; amateur providences with the jargon of Divine providence, and
when the Bridegroom does speak we shall not hear His voice. Decreasing
to the absolute effacing of the worker, till he or she is never thought
of again, is the true result of devotion, and John says, That is my joy.
Watch until you hear the Bridegroomís voice in the life of a soul, never
mind what havoc, what upset it brings, what crumblings of health.
Rejoice with divine hilarity over that soul because the Bridegroomís
voice has been heard.
The Place of Help, (United Kingdom: Marshall Morgan & Scott) c1935.
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