Posted in A Book about Jesus Christ by Joe Durso, Eternal Life, Jesus Christ: The Character of God, Jesus Christ: The Integrity of God, Knowing God, Knowing Jesus, Personal Relationships, Salvation, THE JESUS YOU NEED TO KNOW

JESUS’ ETERNAL PRIESTHOOD

The priesthood of Jesus Christ is the work that He has undertaken to do on behalf of fallen sinners that He chose to save. It is love that God forgives men who are wicked, which all men are. However, the love of God does not allow men to stay in the same condition of sinfulness. He undertakes to change all whom He saves, by turning them into the likeness of His Son. In this life it is not a matter of perfection but direction. The proof that a person belongs to Jesus Christ is the course of their life. Are they headed in the direction of Jesus Christ, seeking to love and obey Him, with all their imperfections. Or are they simply deceiving themselves and others by pretending to be something they are not?

 

 

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I write a blog called Godly Increase to help people understand that life is not at all what it seems. The masses live as though there is no God, but apart from Him nothing else could exist. God not only created but also sustains our world, so that all what seems to be governed by the laws of physics are themselves controlled by the divine person who wrote a book to explain the meaning of life. The book is the Bible and it is the only source of truth on the planet. Within God's book secondary causes are articulated, but God is the primary cause of all things. Some may plant, others may water, but it is God that causes the growth.

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