Names and titles of Jesus in the New Testament

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    I had no trouble understanding a loving heavenly father because my own regularly showed me love and grace. It was easy for me at a very young age to comprehend that I was a sinner and unable to save myself but also loved by Jesus so much that he died to take my punishment. I went along in my safe world, safe church, and safe church-school with my Christian friends until the middle of High School. When I turned 16, circumstances forced me to switch to a very large public high school and on a spiritual level it made a huge impact on my reaching out to…

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    There were several important themes in Paul’s Epistles the three that are significant to my church and/ or personal life is as follows justification, grace, and faith. Justification has taken many years to totally understand for my walk with Christ. It has been really hard to grasp onto the fact that I do not have to do everything myself. All I have to do is give everything to Jesus and he will be there to help me through whatever it is that I am facing. Last year my husband was in a life…

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    Let’s look at verses 9 and 10 first: “For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form, and in Christ you have been brought to fullness. He is the head over every power and authority.” Paul is giving the reason here for not buying into the false teaching. First, Paul establishes that the fullness of God is found in the Gospel that was preached-in Jesus Christ. Paul reminds the Colossians that Jesus Christ came down to earth as fully God and fully man at the same time. As…

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    throughout college and if you’re not careful those temptations can prove to be to much even for those who grew up with the strongest Christian foundations. At most college and universities from the moment you walk in on your freshman year you are exposed to new ideas and people that are willing and wanting to challenge your own beliefs. I strongly believe the way to hold true to your beliefs in college is to attend a local church to help you hold true to your faith. I can speak for those…

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    Once they detach from their old life they start to become aware of the duties they are suppose to leave and become aware that they don 't want to leave the life they already know and are comfortable with it. I order for us to follow Christ we must be prepared to accept his faith and break away from his past. Because you are called to break away from your old life there is a barrier between you and the outside world. Jesus Christ stands between you and everything else making him the centre of…

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    "God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself" 2 Corinthians 5:19 "Kingdom of God", according to the interpretation of Christian Tradition and Scripture, was for the Jews particularly as a special message to this group as people of God. The Progressive Theology as liberating experience and the application of the “Kindom” (Kinship, according to Ada Maria Isasi terminology = Family) opens the door for Jesus to people oppressed by suffering, chaos, poverty, prejudice, society and evil. The…

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    We can have all of the faith we want, we can know that the gospel is true but only if we act on that faith is it worth anything. One easy way to act on faith is through service. Mother Teresa always said that she saw Christ in everyone, so when she helped feed a hungry man, she was feeding Jesus or when she spoke to a crowd of faithful people, she was speaking to Jesus. We should all strive to have the abundant amount of small service accomplishments that Mother Teresa had through her…

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    I have not always been a Christian I have not always been a Christian; I was raised in a strict Irish Catholic home. I was baptized as an infant, received my first communion when I was 6 years old and my confirmation at 16 years old. We went to church faithfully as a family every week. However, in my heart I knew something was missing. I had no comprehension on who Jesus was and had no personal relationship with Him. I was empty inside and I was lost. I had lost all faith in God after…

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    boy demon possessed and they brought him to Jesus. Jesus asked how long has he been like this? And his father said, “From childhood. It has often cast him into the fire and into the water, to destroy him; but if you are able to do anything, have pity on us and help us.” Jesus said to him, “If you are able!—All things can be done for the one who believes.” Immediately the father of the child cried out, “I believe; help my unbelief!” (Mark 9:20-24). God provided deliverance for the man’s son…

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    Tarshish Analysis

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    questions that I ask myself follow more like the parent level questions. I want to help this person, organizing prayer, organizing events to help the poor and lonely using this as a platform to witness to Jesus. My friends and I organized a free Christmas dinner to the lonely and the poor, in fact anyone could come. We bought all the food and prepared it and had gifts ready for any kids. This was done outside the church meaning it was not a church sanctioned event. We had about forty-one…

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