Who do you think Jesus is? This is a question that has been relayed a million times over. As it relates to the Abrahamic faiths, Judaism views Christ as an ordinary man, not the Messiah nor even a divine person. Islam concludes Jesus to be a prophet, sent by Allah (“the God”) and born of the Virgin Mary, but not divine. Christians believe He is the promised Deliverer and Savior of the world, as well as the second mentioned God Head of the trinity; the Son of God; the Son of M
As faithful followers and disciples of Jesus Christ, we must remain vigilant (ready and prepared) during these uncertain times until our Lord's "Second Coming." This point is depicted in Matthew 25:1-13, in the parable of the "Wise and Foolish Virgins." In this parable, Christ instructs us that His second coming is inevitable and that we are to live in a manner that expects His arrival, even if His return is delayed. In the interim, we are to keep our lamps prepared and lit.
Scripture makes many references to having spiritual “hunger” and “thirst”. For example, we see references to hunger in John 6:33-35, where our Lord says “For the bread of God is that which comes down out of heaven, and gives life to the world.” In Psalm 81:10, God tells the Israelite people “I, the Lord, am your God, who brought you up from the land of Egypt; Open your mouth wide and I will fill it”. In Deuteronomy 8:3 scripture states "He humbled you and let you be hungry
As believers, our call is to be stable in our understanding, thus thinking, in fulfilling God’s purpose. What do I mean by being “stable” in our thinking? It means to have the sureness of understanding of who we are in relation to God and our need for Him in all things. With this understanding, our quest in life (above all things) is to be one with Him just as it was in the time of Adam and Eve before our divine parents made the fateful decision to disobey God. Since man’s se