Jesus in his manhood had a deep and intimate relationship with God. He called Him Abba. Translated, Abba means Daddy, Papa, Father. He came to introduce us to God as Father. His passion was to show us who Abba is and what He’s like. He came to invite us to share the same intimate relationship with the Father as he had. Not as slaves or servants, but as dearly loved children. Sons and daughters of our Father in Heaven.
Jesus was heavens ultimate answer for a broken earth. So many who watched and waited for the Messiah to come missed Him as he walked on by. He came in such an unexpected package. The most spectacular thing earth had witnessed; Incarnation: the union of the Godhead and manhood in the person of Jesus. He is, was and always will be God but He became man so that He might be a bridge between heaven and earth.
Every success story has a starting point. Nobody just starts out as an instant success in something. Even an overnight success is normally years in the making. It's a journey and you've gotta start somewhere. So what are some great ways to start moving towards achieving our goals? How can we start well and head in the direction of good success, the kind of success that God gives?
Many kingdoms have come and gone, but there is one kingdom that will last forever – the kingdom of God! It is imperative as believers in Christ that we understand what this kingdom is like, and how to access the blessings and benefits that come with being a member of God's kingdom. Find out what key components make up the kingdom of God, and how we can contend against the enemies of the kingdom.
This Father's Day, we asked a panel of Dad's to share their experiences in the role of fatherhood, from the highs and lows, the moments of triumph and the moments we'd rather forget, to the insights they have learned along the way.
The Eagle is an amazing animal that the bible makes reference to on a number of occasions. From its ability to soar high above the storms of life, to its unique relationship with the sun, God has hidden some incredible things in the Eagle’s life, that we can learn from for ours.