BIBLE STUDY WITH THOMAS Q. ROBBINS

Week of May 23-29, 2020

fork_in_road.jpg    What different does it make when it comes to what kind of life I live?  Isn't what I do and how I live -- my own business?" 

     Good question but scripture is very clear regarding what one does as compared to what one believes.   It isn't even close!   Faith is essential, as Thomas Q review for us in this lesson.   Faith is a vital part in receiving and accepting God's gift of salvation - His forgiveness, love and mercy.  

     Faith is passive when it comes to the matter of trusting God, but once that has been done our faith become an "Active" part of life.  Our faith "gets legs," as teenagers used to say, and with those legs our faith becomes a walk -- a way of life as we "do something about what we believe."  In this lesson, Dr. Robbins points out why what we "do" is so important to our Christian life.    This message, "What Difference Does It Make?" is based on a passage from the Old Testament book of Micah chapter 6 verses 7 and 8.    
    Pay attention to the deep meaning in the beautiful metaphor Thomas Q. uses.  "God wants to be near to us more than breath itself."  And we are the controlling factor as to how close He is allowed to be. What freedom do we give Him to live His live out through us when we leave the church on Sunday?  

     Is He a part of our daily life....?  What we do with Him all the rest of the week? Jesus Christ doesn't want to be pigeon holed in the Sunday slot but be a part of every, yes every part of our daily life - everything we do. 

     You see, it DOES make a difference ---  what you do!

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Something To Consider

God used cosmic events and entered into historical events in the early years of his revelation to mankind but that general revelation was incomplete.   Not until He came to earth as a little baby, in a humble setting, did God complete what he intended.  He revealed his will for the salvation of the world through his son.   Jesus was both flesh and God.  He entered into the history of mankind and was seen and heard as "one of us."  He came to earth, not to condemn the world but that the world through His plan and person could be reconciled and have a personal relationship with him. (1 John 3:16)   -Thomas Q.