In tough times and easy ones, with difficult people and delightful people, how might you manifest the fruit of the Spirit – love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control?
Which one is a struggle for you?
Are you praying that you grow in the Christ-likeness of your responses?
Lynn introduces our new series, Fruitfulness on the Frontline, asking the questions:
Where are my Frontlines?
Who is on my Frontline?
What would I like to achieve in this series?
For what and for whom can I start to pray?
What could be my first step?
Lynn also mentioned cards to remind us of the main points that we will be considering in this series. These will be available next Sunday:
Both the full humanity and deity of Jesus are inseparable from Christianity and our hope of Salvation through Him.
All but one reference to the name Son of Man (more than eighty) are said by Jesus. This was His favourite way of referring to Himself; He demonstrated that He gladly and frequently identified Himself with lowly humans, the ones He created and came to save. Continue reading “Why should we believe that Jesus Christ is human?”
Today at Explore, Colin introduced a new series Fruitfulness on the Frontline, discussing the concept of a frontline that will be developed throughout the series.
Click to view the Comments to read a definition of our ‘Frontline’.
Here are the three short videos he used:
Jesus Christ is fully God (not half God or one-third God) and eternally God (He did not become God at some point in time). Without question, lacking this central pillar, Christianity fails and has nothing to offer anyone. Continue reading “Why Should We Believe That Jesus Christ is God?”
The topic of ‘sin’ can be unappealing because it is not enjoyable to think about and is so unflattering to us. Nevertheless, it is critical because it speaks to our perspectives on God, ourselves, the world around us, and the need for salvation based on God’s grace alone. Continue reading “What is sin?”