However from this you see that revelation is all united in harmony. The Dei Verbum reveals that revelation as the self-disclosure of the trinity. The Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit show that there is faith and love. Faith and love is important in revelation. God was prominent from the divine mystery, spoke with human beings, and made them commit their lives with obedience to the life of faith.
In the scriptures according to Mark, (16:16), Jesus said: “Whoever believes and is baptized, will be saved, whoever does not believe will be condemned'; These words show us that all our invited to be one with Christ, and none will be segregated regardless of race, color or creed. We can all be initiated into the Church of Christ through this first basic sacrament of Baptism. We break our ties with the original sin that we are born with, and are set free. Through the scriptures we know that the disciples were authorized to baptize the people. In the Gospel according to Mathew, (28:19), Jesus said: “Go to all peoples everywhere and make them my disciples.
God is to be glorify and lifted high in all the earth, because of who we have become and made to be in Him. Integrity allows such glory to be behold for the Lord in all doings. Without a doubt, glory is due to the Lord. As a result, both code of ethics are needed in the body of Christ, especially in the leadership, for God’s glory. The ethic of the Sermon the Mount compared to the Apostle Paul explanation of the old and new man declares a surrendering spirit to receive the blessing of God.
God's Unrequited Love "And my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in Christ Jesus." (Philippians 4 v 19). The Christian God is a God who loves His people and provides for their needs within the context of a close personal relationship. His incarnation as Jesus Christ is an integral part of this provision. "All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God" (Romans 3 v 23) and it is, therefore, only by God's grace and through sanctification that a believer may be in relationship with God.
In Matthew nineteen, Jesus outlines and restores God’s original purpose for marriage—one man for one woman for as long as they live. The writer closes this section by saying “Would any contemporary heterosexual married couple…turn to the Bible as a how-to script?” Where else should one turn? If one considers the vast majority of world religions, not one defines marriage or the rights of a woman in a more comprehensive, compassionate, or time honored manner. Ancient Near Eastern religions allow for divorce, but not for the well-being or economic status of the wife. Only the Old Testament allowed for her re-marriage or return to her family (Deuteronomy 24.
Furthermore, in the first book of The Bible, The Lord tells us that marriage is to be between one man and one woman (Gen. 2.24). Homosexuality goes against God’s natural order because God did not design us this way. Genesis’ 1:27 tells us that God created mankind in His own image. The image of Christ is blameless and perfect, based on 1 Peter 2:22 that says, “He committed no sin.” The Lord made each person no matter what race or ethnic background in His image. His perfect image.
You are born gay; you can’t choose to be gay. Using the Bible as a reason is complete nonsense. God created everyone equal. There is a separation between Church and State, one should not clash another. If you're trying to legalize something, you can't use the Bible as an excuse.
Gays were made fore a certain reason, but our country has to figure that out first in order accept them. In the Bible, Jesus blesses the children and sends the young rich men away… Jesus said, ‘Truly I tell you, there is no one who left house, brothers, sisters, mother, father, children, or fields for my sake and for the sake of the good news, who will not receive a hundredfold now in this age --- houses brothers, sisters, mothers, children and fields with... ... middle of paper ... ..., it will come. Works Cited DeMarco, Donald. "Same-Sex Marriage Should Not Be Allowed." The Family.
Based on the scripture verses above, certainly, not only God but also Jesus has the authority over all. Therefore, ‘Jesus is Lord’ implies meaning that Jesus is God. The meaning is clarified through Romans 10:9. It says, “If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” The Lord Jesus came to the world to save us (John 3:17). Salvation comes from faith in the Lord Jesus Christ who has the authority (Acts
Second, we live in the power and strength of Jesus Christ. Paul makes this clear when he says, “I can do all things through Him who strengthens me” (Phil 4:13). Paul struggled with a thorn in the flesh, and he asked God to remove it, but God responded and said His grace was sufficient. His power is made perfect in our weaknesses so that the power of Christ rests in us (2 Cor.