When that young Jewish man found a Tanakh, located the Book of Isaiah in it and compared the passage in the Tanahk to the same passage in the “Christian” Old Testament, he was shocked to find that it was virtually identical.
Behold my servant, whom I uphold, my chosen, in whom my soul delights; I have put my Spirit upon him; he will bring forth justice to the nations.
As the story goes, when Mary was visited by an angel who told her she would conceive and give birth to great man who she would call Jesus, though she had never known a man, she was thoughtful, questioning and even troubled, but said she was willing. (Luke 1:26-35) When she visited her cousin, Elizabeth, […]
Righteousness and justice are the foundations of God’s throne. They are the building blocks of His character.
If we aren’t responding to current events in ways that display love and the fruits of the Spirit, we are “doing it wrong”