Ronnie Floyd Description There are three things unique about the birth of Jesus that demonstrate He is like no other: His birth was prophesied; His birth was announced; His birth was accomplished. Many parents have some kind of odd childbirth story. A long labor. A short labor. A fainting father. An overly exuberant grandparent. AContinue reading “A Beginning Like No Other”
Jesus asked the disciples to eat the broken bread “to remember me.” He wanted them to remember his sacrifice, the basis for forgiveness of sins, and also his friendship that they could continue to enjoy through the work of the Holy Spirit. Although the exact meaning of Communion has been strongly debated throughout church history, Christians still take bread and wine in remembrance of their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, to God who alone is wise, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen. – 1 Timothy 1:17 There are two eternities in 1 Timothy 1:17. There is a King who reigns eternally; and there is praise that greets Him forever and ever. Because God is eternal, His praiseContinue reading “The King Eternal”