And that is why we say “Amen” through Christ to the glory of God.” This passage demonstrates that God has fulfilled his promise to those who believe in Christ. Those who believe in Christ is revealed by the word of the Holy Spirit, which is the third persons of the Trinity. Calvin based his definition of faith through understanding the Trinitarian. I believe that Calvin conclusion regarding the nature of faith is valid. He explained that faith involves in a person’s heart and mind, which transformed us internally.
The word is the gift of faith, professes freely by God, and faith is built and carried out through the Holy Spirit. The expansion of faith happens when studying takes place, the decision is yours to put belief into play. This is exactly why sacred Scripture and Traditions carried out by the Church are closely connected and very important in the growth of one’s faith. Scripture is the Word of God such as, The Old Testament and the New Testament. The word of God passed on through Liturgy, prayer, and teachings from the Apostles and their successors are known as Scared Traditions.
If we don’t understand his Word then we do not understand him. Holy Scripture is the Word of the Lord, the amour of God and the source of wisdom we need. I believe it’s the message that God wants us all to have. “And we also thank God continually because, when you received the word of God, which you heard from us, you accepted it not as human word, but as it actually is, the word of God, which is actually is, the word of God, which is indeed at work in you who believe.” (1 Thessalonians 2:13) Learning and knowing the Bible makes us
The congregation becomes the example of the Gospel by faithfully responding to the call to be the incarnation of God 's story that calls for the world to come to know the truth of the Gospel. The implication of this is a responsibility placed on the Christian leader to live this out for the community and willingly guide the community and its unique individuals to fulfill their call in the mission of God. This all can be accomplished because the Gospel provides us confidence because it call us to participate in the will of God. Newbigin concludes with this, “He knows what he is doing, and we can trust him. Such experience is a summons to self-searching, to repentance, and to fresh commitment.
Likewise, a person’s message delivery should be as a servant of God empowered and equipped with Holy Spirit. The Apostle Paul was a chosen vessel of God. God used him as a servant to minister to His people after Paul conversion and receiving the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is vital tool needed in ministry. The Holy Spirit was sent the after Jesus Christ ascended into the heavens.
It shows us that we were meant to be here, and to still follow this religion. Jesus came to spread the message about the truth, and to inform us about the kingdom of god. Jesus applied all these rules in his own life during his time, and this makes it possible for us to do the same in ours. Following these aspects and virtues of life is the only way to create a connection with god. These qualities are made for and are to be instilled in the average Christian.
First, the Day of Pentecost empowered believers to promote the mission of Christ, which is to go and make disciples of others. According to David Watson and Paul Watson, “A disciple is one who embraces and obeys all the teachings of Christ and endeavors by word and deed to make more disciples.” It is through the Holy Spirit that believers are given the power to witness and draw others to the message, work, and salvation of Christ. The apostles could not have implemented such a great mission without the work of the Holy Spirit. Likewise, believers must repent and receive the gift of the Holy Spirit to achieve the mission given by Christ. Believers cannot preach the gospel without the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
Worship is an invitation to God to do all He wants with us, as response to the Holy Trinity. It is our way of showing God we desire only Him and all He is. Worship positions us to receive and respond to the Holy Spirit moving and inviting. A Significant Christian figure in history who has contributed to this discipline Brother Lawrence looked at Mundane routine, as worship onto
Jesus gave insight regarding these roles during His discussion with the disciples in John 14-16. From this, we learn that is was the role of the Holy Spirit to “guide [the apostles] into all truth” (John 16:13). It was by way of the inspiration of the Holy Spirit that these men preached and taught the truth, and through that same inspiration that the writers of the New Testament penned the Scriptures (2 Peter 1:20, 21). The role of Jesus (the Word) is that the message that the Holy Spirit would “guide” the apostles in belonged to Him and would bring glory to Him. “‘He will glorify Me, for He will take of what is Mine and declare it to you,’” (John 16:14).
The New Testament indicates that it is only through the Son that we have access to the Father, and by the power of the Holy Spirit that we respond to and seek the Father. Our worship reflects the revelation of the Triune God as we behold the role of the persons of the Godhead in Scripture. Our worship is transformed as we reflect their relationship in our own submission to authority and one another. The unity of the Godhead is reflected in our unity with one another. The trinity is also reflected in the directing of our elements of worship (such as prayer and singing) to the Father, through the Son, and by the power of the Holy Spirit.