LAB92 Jesus Christ the Beginning and the End
Characters Elect Exiles Jesus God the Father Elect Exiles For the sake of the Elect Exiles (and ours...
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Characters Elect Exiles Jesus God the Father Elect Exiles For the sake of the Elect Exiles (and ourselves) Jesus was made manifest (vs 20) The Elect Exiles were believers in God through the raising of Jesus Christ from the dead (vs21) The Elect Exiles had faith and hope in God (vs 21) Questions The Elect Exiles and Peter called the time they were living in the 'last times'. As we see the prophesied events unfolding right before our eyes we see that we are in the very last days. How much more should our faith and hope be in God? Summary The Elect Exiles were believers in God through the work of Jesus on the cross, through His sacrifice they had their faith and their hope in God. Jesus Jesus was foreknown before the world was created. (vs 20) Jesus was made manifest for the sake of all people who would become believers in God (vs 20-21) Through Jesus people become believers in God (vs 21) Jesus was raised from the dead (vs 21) Jesus was given glory by God (vs 21) Questions God gave Jesus 'glory'. Was this more than the glory that Jesus jad with the Father before he was made manifest and raised Him from the dead? Summary Jesus existed before the creation of the universe, and was made manifest, died and was raised from the dead, so that believers in God would have faith and hope in God. God the Father God has elect exiles and people throughout the 'last times' who believe in Him through Jesus (vs 21) God raised Jesus from the dead (vs 21 ) God gave Jesus Glory (vs 21) God had elect exiles hoping in Him and holding faith in Him (vs 21) Questions I find the words 'gave him glory' interesting as it is pointing to the fact that God raised Jesus from the dead so that the elect exiles could place their faith and hope in God doing the same thing for them. Do I put my eyes on The Lord and give Him the glory that He deserves? Summary God's plan for redeeming the lost was made before the foundations of the world existed. He has the power to give life and raise the dead, just as He raised His precious Son Jesus from the dead. God is so awesome and powerful that the elect exiles and ourselves can fully put our faith and our hope in God to raise us from the dead to be with Him forever. Take Aways 1. Jesus came for the sake of those who would believe in God through Him. To suffer as He did and to be willing to die for us, shows us how important our souls are to the God. God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son. (john 3:16) It makes that verse personal when you REALLY think about the price that had to be paid. 2. It is through Jesus and what he accomplished that makes us believe in God. Without Jesus we have no hope of knowing the true and living God of heaven.
11447197292637 1447197292568 Notes 2015-11-10 23:14:52 2015-11-16 10:44:27 Characters Elect Exiles Jesus God the Father Elect Exiles For the sake of the Elect Exiles (and ourselves) Jesus was made manifest (vs 20) The Elect Exiles were believers in God through the raising of Jesus Christ from the dead (vs21) The Elect Exiles had faith and hope in God (vs 21) Questions The Elect Exiles and Peter called the time they were living in the 'last times'. As we see the prophesied events unfolding right before our eyes we see that we are in the very last days. How much more should our faith and hope be in God? Summary The Elect Exiles were believers in God through the work of Jesus on the cross, through His sacrifice they had their faith and their hope in God. Jesus Jesus was foreknown before the world was created. (vs 20) Jesus was made manifest for the sake of all people who would become believers in God (vs 20-21) Through Jesus people become believers in God (vs 21) Jesus was raised from the dead (vs 21) Jesus was given glory by God (vs 21) Questions God gave Jesus 'glory'. Was this more than the glory that Jesus jad with the Father before he was made manifest and raised Him from the dead? Summary Jesus existed before the creation of the universe, and was made manifest, died and was raised from the dead, so that believers in God would have faith and hope in God. God the Father God has elect exiles and people throughout the 'last times' who believe in Him through Jesus (vs 21) God raised Jesus from the dead (vs 21 ) God gave Jesus Glory (vs 21) God had elect exiles hoping in Him and holding faith in Him (vs 21) Questions I find the words 'gave him glory' interesting as it is pointing to the fact that God raised Jesus from the dead so that the elect exiles could place their faith and hope in God doing the same thing for them. Do I put my eyes on The Lord and give Him the glory that He deserves? Summary God's plan for redeeming the lost was made before the foundations of the world existed. He has the power to give life and raise the dead, just as He raised His precious Son Jesus from the dead. God is so awesome and powerful that the elect exiles and ourselves can fully put our faith and our hope in God to raise us from the dead to be with Him forever. Take Aways 1. Jesus came for the sake of those who would believe in God through Him. To suffer as He did and to be willing to die for us, shows us how important our souls are to the God. God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son. (john 3:16) It makes that verse personal when you REALLY think about the price that had to be paid. 2. It is through Jesus and what he accomplished that makes us believe in God. Without Jesus we have no hope of knowing the true and living God of heaven. notes
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