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Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.

Matthew 4:4

"And this is Eternal Life, that they may know You, the only true God and Jesus Christ, whom You have sent."

John 17:3

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​Many believers are stagnate in their Christian growth, because they do not understand the constitution of their natures. Evil always seems as if it is something extrinsic to us over which we have no control. According to Scripture, this is not so. The reality is that evil or sin has access to us because  it is intrinsic to our natures. Yet, our intrinsic inclination towards evil can be overcome, if we are willing to thoroughly understand and engage our sinful proclivities, while reclining the full wait of our existence upon Christ. 

"The Mercy And Grace Of God"

(Psalm 103:8)

The terms "mercy" and "grace" are oft used terms that are even more often misunderstood and misapplied terms, within the context of both human and Divine relationships. Yet, if we would rightly understand "mercy" and "grace," along with their various applications, we must first understand the God of Mercy and Grace in the context our fallen disposition toward Him.

"The Condescension Of The Christ"

(John 3:13-15)

As human beings, we instinctively tend to have a view of ourselves that posits our humanity as both the  genesis and apocalypse of all things. And yet, Jesus Christwho is consummately the Alpha and Omega of all existencehas condescended in order to save us from ourselves and, more urgently, from the impending Wrath of God.

"The Relational Fatherhood of God"

(Acts 17:28-31)

There are many conceptions of the fatherhood of God. Yet, the Scriptures disclose the reality that, while God is Creational Father of all things, He is the Relational Father only of those who place their faith in the LORD Jesus Christ. 

"And The Word Became Flesh!"

(John 1:14) 

In view of the superabundance of evil in the world, there are those who expostulate that the God of Christianity can be nothing more than a cruel, sadistic and inferior deity, having no concern for human suffering. And yet, John 1:14 stands as an absolute refutation against such malformed conceptions.