Pages tagged with Jesus Sacrifice

Do you worry about facing God on Judgment day? You don't need to do that. This article will show you why.
The plan that was set up so long ago was that Jesus would be the Good Shepherd and the Good Shepherd would give His Life for mankind. Then whoever would believe on Him should not perish but have everlasting life
Jesus made Heaven possible for everyone. By simply asking forgiveness of your sins, Heaven is just a prayer away
April 13, 2014 Palm Sunday After Ash Wednesday, the next day of celebration during the Season of Lent is Palm Sunday, which falls on April 13th this year. Palm Sunday is the day all Christians celebrates our Lord and Savior’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem the week before His cruci...
This article explains what Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is and how it happens.
In part: one I wrote about The Bridge to Salvation, in this second part, I want to introduce you to The Four Spiritual Laws approach to witnessing. The Four Spiritual Laws is just another tool in your witnessing tool kit. The Four Spiritual Laws is a tract available from the Campus Cr...
Traveling the Roman Road The Roman Road is the road every sinner must travel to reach Salvation. The Roman Road is not a physical road but a spiritual road. The Roman Road is actually a series of scriptures taken from the Book of Romans that are used to lead sinners to salvation. Most...
Years ago whilst praying to God, it occurred to me that I did not know a specific prayer to thank Lord Jesus for his sacrifice and love for us. So I came up with the following, I thought others may find occasion to use it so I have decided to post it here...
Ever since I can remember, I have sought God and Christ Jesus. Through trials and errors I have made it to where my journey has ended in completeness with all I sought. Oh I still have a ways to go as it is a never ending discovery when you seek Oneness with your God, but I reached a ...
As a Christian my faith is very important to me, but I often find it difficult to follow God when I see so much pain in this world. I have a question for God.
This is a Roundel poem I wrote about the God that I serve and love. I hope everybody enjoys it.
There is no other person to talk with at troubled times except You. I am writing Him a secret letter in which you can relate also. Enjoy reading.
the most and furious attacks of Anger , on which sometimes we swell in proud that I made it through my shouting or through violent bad words, but actually WE HAVE NO RIGHT TO GET ANGRY OVER ANYONE.
This is my answer to man's quest for real, lasting, Joy - which for me comes through one source - and that being faith and surrender to the Living God - Jesus.
His own people rejected him? If our salvation is based on the notion that Jesus died for our sins, what if he was still alive like he'd said he'd be and emphatically proved; he was the Messiah? What happens to our salvation? Just think about it. This is what has been eating me up insi...
I wrote this poem about the true meaning of Easter
Three days and three nights This is one of the most disputed points about the Lordship of Jesus and the accuracy of His statement in (Mt. 12:40): which says; “For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights i...
The Christian world celebrates Easter as the anniversary of the atonement, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. As we commemorate these seminal events I would like to share some of the scriptures that have changed my life and given me hope and strength during difficult times in my...
Why was Jesus sent to Earth? To save us from ourselves? God destroyed the entire world because humans were screwing up. When things were starting to look good, humans again started to screw up. God destroyed cities, armies, people, because they were not living for him. They were choos...
I agree with Mr. Rogers that the crucifixion was a very important part Christ’s triumph over Satan, but it is only one part of the Saviors’ victory over the serpent of the Garden of Eden. I will divide my remarks into Christ’s ante-mortal, mortal and post-mortal triumph over Sa...
Although Christians no longer celebrate the Passover, observing the ordinance initiated at the Last Supper reminds us of His life and sacrifice for us.
The thoughts of where our Lord is at all times allude us until we open our doors and eyes and heart.
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