God is perfect. He reveals His perfections through His words and works. Everything God does must conform to this attribute. In other words, God can do no wrong. For this reason, it is impossible for God to fail.
If we want to know what should have happened at the beginning, then we must go to the end, as God said, “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it”. (Isaiah 55:11) The Devil can delay God’s plan, but he cannot change it.
God created human beings to share His divine life with them so He could be their life, and they could be His expression. This is why He created us not as instruments or tools to use, but as vessels to fill with Himself. And even after mankind fell into sin, this desire in God’s heart didn’t change.
But it’s impossible for fallen human beings to have God’s divine life since God can never fill a vessel contaminated by sin. Instead of giving up, however, God became a man named Yeshua the Messiah [Jesus Christ]. Yeshua [Jesus] lived a perfect human life on earth and was crucified on the cross to take away our sins. Through His sacrifice, our sins were washed away. When we believe in Yeshua the Messiah and receive Him as our Savior, we receive forgiveness of sins. But that isn’t all.
After three days, Yeshua [Jesus] resurrected from the dead, and 1 Corinthians 15:45 tells us that in resurrection, He “became a life-giving Spirit.” As the Spirit, He enters into us cleansed vessels that believe in Him. God—in Messiah, as the Spirit—comes to live us.
So if Messiah remains confined in our spirit and doesn’t fill our soul—our mind, emotion, and will—He’ll never be expressed through us. Instead, our living will only express our own thoughts, feelings, and decisions, not His. So God wants us to do good works. He commands us to “Love (Him) with all our heart, soul, mind and strength and love our neighbour as ourselves.”
In the New Testament, the Church of Ephesus is mentioned more than any other churches of the 1st century [among the first churches established]. It got a maximum input and guidance from the apostles and God Himself. The author tried to extract the types of inputs provided to the people of Ephesus and helps you in understanding the expectation of God from His people living on this planet.
Most of us don’t like and take interest in reading the Book of Revelation for various reasons. This is the concluding book of the Bible and is one of the most valuable books for believers’ life. Why is it important? What is the importance of it?
Well, it provides the necessary capstone and climax to the word of God. This is the greatest revelation for humankind where Father God, Glorified Yeshua the Messiah, the Holy Spirit, Angels and MAN [John] were engaged to write and convey the messages to believers. It is a revelation given to Messiah by the Father God. This book provides you a compiled version of information about the events that will occur during the end times.
Many of the people on this world including most of the Christian community don’t know the life of Yeshua [Jesus] of Nazareth in a chronological order. It is quite difficult for us as a lay person to understand it by reading the Bible. The four authors viz. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John of the New Testament have captured the common and some repetitive events as well as some specific events individually that occurred during the entire life span of Yeshua [Jesus] while living on this earth. However, all four of them have different purposes and approaches in their respective Gospels to explain these events.
The author compiled this book to reveal and share the good news of the Almighty God, which was manifested in the life of Yeshua the Messiah [Jesus Christ] while living on this earth in flesh. Through this author helps you to understand how Yeshua [Jesus] of Nazareth lived a simple and moral life up to the age of 30 years, then next 2-3 years he was fully engaged in his ministry to share the kingdom of God and finally became the Messiah [Christ] for the whole world.