Learn about God our Father and how we can become His children.
“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth”(Genesis 1:1).
With these few short words the Bible introduces us to God. We learn that the God of the Bible is Creator — maker of heaven and earth, the giver of life, the giver of good. But the Bible shows us that God is much more than a creator. He is our heavenly Father.
God wants us to be His children. God wants to be our heavenly Father. In fact, this is one of the most powerful messages in the Bible. God is willing to make us part of His special family, but that does not happen automatically. We must enter His family in the special way He has prescribed. That way is summed up in these words:
“Yet to all who received Jesus, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God—children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husband’s will, but born of God.”(John 1:12-13).
- Revelations of God in the Bible
- Who is our heavenly Father?
- How do we become children of the Father?
- Lessons from John 3
- Lessons from the writings of the Apostle Paul
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This morning at the Memorial Meeting we considered the powerful lesson of humility, bravery, courage and faith in the living God.
We did this via lessons from
- some of the “little people” (daughters of Zelophehad, the little maid of Naman, and Mary) who showed bravery and courage wrapped up in Godly faith
- two “big people” (Joseph of Arimathaea and Nicodemus) who gave up their positions of power and status to provide a resting place for the body of #Jesus to fulfil Ps16v10.
At our Bible Class we considered the great Bible topic of the Grace of God. Summarised here: https://twitter.com/lilies_glory/status/1111352441113591813
On Thursday night, Bible Class night we explored lessons from 2 Samuel 24, led by brother Ken. View a summary of our discussions here.
Two key lessons comes from King David:
- God knows the heart – when we sin, we must confess and ask forgiveness first from God
- We can’t offer anything to God that costs us nothing