Every day after your Walk to Emmaus is your fourth days. You are on your walk for three days. You take what you learned while you are on this walk and use it. These 4th Days can be applied to us Christians and used as well to help testify.
The Body of Christ. When we are saved we are a new creation. We are also one in Christ (being in unity). We all come from God. We have Spiritual gifts and talents. We are to go make disciples. Preach to others. The church is …
Sanctifying Grace, What is it? We are cleansed. We are sanctified, we have life to the fullness, God is in us, our bodies are temples, we all are tempted but there is a way out, we are not to be troubled or afraid, the resurrection of Christ and the dead, being fruitful, sins of the flesh, fruits of the Spirit, not baring fruit, it is written, how to grow stronger, and successful life verses.
This blog entry is about discipleship. I talk about being disciples and following God’s will. This blog entry is my notes from my Emmaus Walk, Talk #10 on Discipleship. This Talk was given by Ron Rader. Even John Henry Cardinal Newman has a good point of view on discipleship.
Scripture references to God’s Grace from Confirmation/Church Membership; Christian Marriage; Ordination; Prayer; Forgiveness & Healing; Baptism and Communion.
Jesus and the Holy Scriptures, shows where Jesus points back to the Old Testament. Jesus attest to the indissolubility of the Scriptures. Jesus confirms the Truth in every word. Jesus forecast and authorized the writing of the New Testament.
I saw this on a church sign on my way home from work today. I liked it and figured I would share this with you all in my blog. (click on the blog entry to see what I saw written on the church sign). I also share a picture of this church sign too.
A life in piety. A Talk from my walk to Emmaus. What is piety? How to foster a God-centered relationship. Characteristics of a God-Centered relationship. Fruits of a Life in Piety.
I just got done reading the book The Resolution for Men by Stephen & Alex Kendrick (Kendrick Brother’s) and with Randy Alcorn. It was edited by Lawrence Kimbrough. I felt lead to share in my blog, my book review of this book.