A special kind of unity is created out of shared event/trauma/commonality. Organizations and memorials spring up. Regular meetings happen. Rituals are performed. Reunions are organized. Clothing or jewelry is worn to identify membership. We all understand this. But what about an event that happened 2000 years ago? Does it also create this special kind of unity?
This question arises from humanity's first family. Unbelievably, the first son was killed by his younger brother! The question still challenges us today. Being a keeper requires that you be in community. Involved in each other’s lives. Not distant or aloof. Most people need to come to church to enter into these relationships. Our community needs this. Check it out.
In simple language, it is the journey of the Believer with a destination. It is evidenced by attributes acquired, not actions performed or restrained from. It is the journey of every believer and is a personal journey. We are all at different points in our journey as well. After listening you should find a lot of peace and some motivation.
Are we saved 5 minutes after our confession and profession? What about a year later if we are still living "fleshly"? Salvation is...The redemption of man from the bondage of sin and liability to eternal death & the conferring on him of eternal life. How is one saved? Find out...
Can a true believer ever lose his salvation by sinning, ceasing to believe, or in any other way? If you can lose your salvation, can you be saved twice or more? i.e. if you are made a new creation, saved from the dead, transferred to the kingdom of light, adopted into the family of God… are you able to leave, give this up, and be reborn a second or third time?
Our relationship with Jesus can be explained through the Jewish Wedding tradition. We are the bride of Christ. God used marriage to illustrate our relationship with Jesus, the bridegroom, the Father’s son. You'll be fascinated with the connections!