Most people know Jesus Christ as a Savior but do not understand that Jesus Christ is God in human form. God came to live in us as human beings to understand who He is and to help us bridge the gap between our Heavenly Father and ourselves.
Who is Jesus to you? We know that Jesus Christ was human because He sensed the emotional and physical limitations of people – He inspired souls and suffered when He saw Mary and the Jews. Thai mourns the death of Lazarus; He sat down by the well, tired of his journey; He was thirsty and asked a Samaritan woman to fetch water from the well. But we also know that He is God because He performed many miracles that demonstrated His divine power – He raised Lazarus from the dead; He healed a blind man with his saliva; He calms the winds and waves by his command; Only God Himself can do this miracle.
Just as John the Baptist testified about Jesus Christ
So do those who are baptized in water. We as believers can identify Jesus in His death and resurrection. Because we died with Christ in our sins and were born again through His resurrection; He gave His life to atone for all of our sins so that we might be innocent in the eyes of our heavenly Father. The baptism of believers is a form of holiness in God’s eyes. Those who are sanctified before others can testify to the truth about Jesus Christ.
When we fully acknowledge that Jesus Christ sent the Father God to die on the cross for our sins and believe that He rose from the dead that we might receive the gift of salvation Through Him, we invite Jesus into our lives. . Is our Lord and Savior. When we receive the gift of salvation, we baptize with the Holy Spirit. The Holy Ghost was sent by Heavenly Father to dwell in us and teach us about Jesus Christ.
We are all born with a selfish nature because even babies cry for their needs and have not yet learned to give. Jesus said that he came to serve on earth, not to serve. He wanted his followers to know that it was God’s will. I have set an example for you, and you should do as I have done to you.” (John 13:14-15). By serving others, we become selfless and share God’s love. Jesus himself commanded his disciples to love one another so that the world would know that we are his disciples.
“Jesus loves you” deceives.
Who is Jesus to you? There is a false gospel that teaches that Jesus loves you, and died for your sins; And so you will save, even if you live in a half-hearted or fervent devotion to God, or worse – even if you sin frequently and ask forgiveness for your sins every day. time.
For the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matt 4:17 [Web]) And Peter said, “Repent and baptize each of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and you will receive grace.
When we are saved by faith in Jesus Christ, and the blood of Jesus cleanses us from our sins, and we receive the Holy Ghost, we must repent of our sins and be completely returned to a righteous life before God. We cannot continue to sin and assume we will be saved. We, empowered by the Holy Spirit, repent and live in righteousness, and live our devotion to God, maturing in our faith and calling as are Christians. May we have peace and joy in the Lord. I understand this.
1 John 4: 7-11 [Web]
7 Beloved, let us love one another, for love comes from God; And he who loves is born of God, and knows God 8. He who does not love does not know that he is God. For God is love 9 And this is the demonstration of God’s love in us. That God sent his only begotten Son into the world, that through him we might live. 10 This is love, not that we love God. But that He loved us and sent His Son to be the basis of our sins.
30 Jesus answered them, There was a man who was going out of Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell into the hands of robbers, who both captured him and left him half dead. Seeing him, he went to the other side 32 In the same way, when a Levite saw him, he also passed by the other side. He went to where he was. When he saw her, he was moved and saddened. harm her. 35 The next day, while away, he took out two denarii, gave them to the guest, and said to him: Take care of her, and I will give you back whatever you have spent.
37 He said that He had mercy on him.
Jesus said to him, “Go and do likewise.”