THERE ARE ALWAYS LIFE PRINCIPLES

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HERE'S ANOTHER LIFE PRINCIPLE EXPLAINED BY DR. THOMAS Q. ROBBINS

"THEN... WHO IS THIS MAN... JESUS?"

Matthew 22:34 ff

PRINCIPLE:   As followers of Jesus Christ we experience God in different ways.

STUDY FOR OCTOBER 28, 2018

          Jesus had just silenced the Sadducees and was then confronted by the Pharisees who felt certain the question they would ask would test Jesus to His limit.  Jesus not only gave an answer that the Pharisees could not help but accept because of its truth but then asked a question of the Pharisees that they were NOT able to answer -- and no one ever asked Jesus a question again, The question Jesus asked is the question the "World" is asking the Church today... at least those in the "World" whom are seriously seeking truth.  

           If there is a Messiah to come - if there really is a "Christ" -- Who is He?  If God came to earth in the took on the form of a man -- Who is He?  The fundamental question that determines the direction of your life, your personal ministry and your purpose in the world is the same question - "What do you think about the Messiah?  Whose Son is he?

          The answer for most listening right now is that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the son of man.  He is fully God and fully man!  All that happens and is done in the Church of Jesus Christ should reflect a clear understanding of that truth and be our answer to those asking the question.  Jesus Christ IS the Son of God!

          In this lesson, "THEN... WHO IS THIS MAN, JESUS?"  Dr. Thomas Q. Robbins deals with what it that statement means when it claims that Jesus Christ was among us and is God!  We're studying Matthew, chapter 22, beginning with verse 34.    

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Something To Consider

The greatest witness the Church of Jesus Christ should have in its culture would be in arena of morality and spirituality.  We are living in a society where there is so much ambivalence and confusion. It’s truly a morass of sexual and economic confusion, spiritual and religious perplexity and political and social bewilderment.   The Church has been given a vast team of believers to share their faith and tell of what Jesus Christ has done for them.  How are you fitting into God’s plan for the Church to witness to its culture?  -Thomas Q.