In the first part of answering this question, we examined Jesus' identity as the Christ. But what about the rest of Peter's statement, ". . . the Son of the living God"? We address that in this second part of "Who Was Jesus Christ?"
The Bible reveals and discusses several tools we can use to grow spiritually and build our relationship with our Creator. In this first article in a series on these tools for spiritual growth, we examine the foundational tool of prayer—a key to communication with God.
Would you like a type of spirituality that looks good, sounds good and maybe even feels good—but one that is hypocritical and repugnant to God? Or do you want a genuine relationship with Him based on His terms?
If God is truly a God of love and mercy, why does He not intervene? Some have concluded that God simply doesn't exist. The answer, however, is much more complex. What does the Bible reveal about the causes of suffering?
Why are we here? What is our place in the universe? What is the purpose of life? The questions have been asked for centuries. But they all revolve around what is perhaps the most fundamental question of all: Does God exist?
How Is God One? Is God a Trinity? Who was Jesus of Nazareth? Was He a mere man, or much more? What was the significance of His death and resurrection? In this booklet you'll learn more about the nature of God and Jesus Christ and our future destiny with Them as revealed in the Bible.
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