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What is perseverance good for?

What is perseverance good for?

In Matthew 24 and Mark 13, Jesus gives a preview of the situation in the world just before His second coming. This shows that perseverance the character trait will be, that we will need very much. Signs We already...

What is Epiphany?

Since the 4th century, Christians around the world have been known to celebrate the feast of Epiphany. For some churches, it is one of the biggest celebrations in the year. So, what is celebrated? Epiphany comes from a...

How long did Jesus preach in Galilee?

How long did Jesus preach in Galilee?

Jesus began His ministry at the age of 30. Before that, little is known of Him, except that He lived in Nazareth, with His family. When He began His ministry He went south, and was baptized and then went into the...

Why do Christians worhship Jesus as God?

Why do Christians worship Jesus as God?

This is a very important question. If Jesus is God then to worship Him is right, but if He isn’t then to worship Him is idolatry and breaks God’s commandment to worship Him alone (Exodus 20:3; Deuteronomy 5:7). So does...

Why is Jesus called the second Adam?

Why is Jesus called the second Adam?

Jesus’ title “the Second Adam” is explained in two chapters: in Romans 5, and in 1 Corinthians 15. Romans 5 teaches us that Adam was “a pattern of the one to come” (verse 14). This means that Adam’s life set...

Why was Jesus circumcised?

Why was Jesus circumcised?

Jesus was circumcised because He was a child born of the seed of Abraham (Matthew 1:1-18). His parents were faithful Jews and brought Him to be circumcised on the 8th day, and then go through the purification...

Who is the angel of the Lord?

Who is the angel of the Lord?

Among the angels in the Bible, there is one special angel we hear about in the Old Testament: The angel of the Lord. The special thing about Him is that He is called the angel of the Lord and not just an angel of the...

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What is the incarnation of Christ?

The word ‘incarnation’ comes from the Latin translation of John 1:14, “The Word became flesh.” The incarnation does not mean that a man somehow became God, but rather that the Son of God came into the world...