No War Has Ever Done This to Us

No War Has Ever Done This to Us

No natural disaster, no tsunami, no earthquake, no flooding, no hurricane or famine has had this global effect. No persecution has ever forced us into this behavior.

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Forever Human, Forever Divine

I understand why Jesus became human, but why will He remain human forever? The Incarnation is a mystery because we do not have the depth of rational thinking necessary to comprehend it. Your question is a good one. Let’s review some of the biblical evidence indicating that the incarnation of the Son of God will…

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Lessons from Matthew 8

Matthew 8 begins a two-chapter sequence of miracle stories in groups of three, organized topically rather than chronologically. In the first group, Jesus cleanses a leper, heals the servant of a centurion, and banishes the fever of Peter’s mother-in-law, followed by a brief summary of further healings that evening (Matt 8:1–17; cf. Mark 1:32–34).

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Lessons from Matthew 6

Matthew 6, in the heart of the Sermon on the Mount, contains some of Jesus’ most practical teachings. It begins by focusing on true worship, which is deeply personal, and it includes instruction on giving to the needy, prayer, and fasting (Matt 6:1–18).

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The Son and the Spirit

How close was the relationship between the Holy Spirit and Christ during Jesus’ earthly ministry?

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The Mystery of Godliness

What is "the mystery of godlienss" (1 Tim. 3:16)? The passage you are quoting from is commonly considered to be a brief Christian hymn about Christ: His incarnation, ascension, proclamation of Him, and the reaction to Him on earth and in heaven.

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A Question of Sonship

What does the Bible mean when it refers to Jesus as “the Son of God”?The significance of this title of Christ has been a matter of serious debate among Christians. The most basic understanding is that the incarnated Lord was born of the virgin Mary to be called the Son of God (Luke 1:32; 1…

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God, Still With Us

Does the ascension of Christ mean that He is no longer with us?

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A Perfect Reflection

What does Paul mean when he calls Jesus “the image of God”?

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Reflecting His Glory

It is a little difficult to explain the phrase you quoted without taking its context into consideration. Hebrews 1:1-3 functions as an introduction to the letter, and provides a powerful description of the role and nature of Christ. He is the final revelation of God, appointed by Him as heir of all things created (verses…

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