Follow our hearts is destructive because our hearts are faulty and deceitful. Because of our sinful nature, our hearts are one of stone but by the grace of God, through Jesus we have been given a new heart – a heart of flesh. Rather than following our hearts, God calls us to follow His Son Jesus Christ through saying no to our flesh, committing to Jesus even though it may cost us and living like Jesus.
After 400 years of silence, Jesus Christ entered into the world in flesh to live the perfect life that we cannot live and to die the death that we all deserve to die. He was the long-awaited fulfillment of the promised Redeemer. Many walked and knew Him yet very few believed in Him. He made a way for us to be reconciled with the Father through His death and resurrection.
As Christians, we live between the valley of failures and the hill of victory. When we are in those valleys, Satan will try to lie to us through our conscience or through false teaching in this world. As believers, we must believe rightly about Jesus Christ. Our conviction in His divinity and His humanity will help us to fend off Satan’s deceitful attack in our
Eternal life is the singular message that the Apostle John desired to proclaim to his audience. Eternal life can only be found in Christ who is God eternal and man incarnate. Eternal life is more than just about the length of time. It has to do with the quality of life. When we have Christ, we have the most abundant life.
Why do we put up Christmas light during Christmas? We live in a dark and broken world. But God sent His own son Jesus Christ as the Light of the world. He became the light that we all need and are looking for. When we have Jesus in our lives, we can be right with God, others and ourselves.