Biblical Essay

Topics: Jesus, Christianity, Holy Spirit Pages: 3 (1147 words) Published: November 28, 2014
 There is only one explicit mandate in this journey of life. It is embracing the love of Jesus Christ. Without Him, there would be no significance of life, existence of life and there would be no purposefulness of life. The natural world has an entirely altered perspective of faith in Jesus the Christ. It is perceived that good deeds carries them through the course of their survival. The terminology grace and mercy is foreign to the world. The world opposes the greatness of Jesus and cite vehement disbelief. It is perceived that He is not needed. The Bible and its precious message to the world is looked upon as mythical and mere men wrote the stories contained within. It is clear in the book of Romans that God is the divine creator. Jesus Christ is the reason for our totality. The bible clearly tells us at Philippians Chapter 2 verses 10-11: “ that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those in heaven, and of those on earth, and of those under the earth,  and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.” (NLT) Despite the belief of the natural world, those who do not believe will acknowledge Jesus as Lord. As Christian believers, we should exemplify our faith regardless of the world standards of doubt and passiveness. The Christian worldview must resonate loudly in the life of Christians as opposed to attempting to fit into the natural world and its value system. The human identity should be the dominant transparent imagery of Jesus Christ being the Lord of our lives. The natural world is widespread of distraction and deception. Its seduction of what we see with the eyes, its clamor of negative impact in the ear of the believer may cause one to fall away from righteousness. If one is not conscientious of the dwelling of Jesus, a loss of focus and faith will gain control. The Christian must be cognizant of who they are and whom they belong. We are beckoned by the redemption power of God...
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