Different Aspects Of Our Lives Through A Biblical Exposition

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“By this gospel you are saved, if you hold firmly to the word I preached to you. Otherwise, you have believed in vain” (1 Corinthi-ans 15:2). Up to this point, I have exposed different aspects of our lives through a biblical exposition. As a matter of fact, our response to the truth de-mands faith, not as a blind jump in the darkness, but as the main en-gine through which we conduct our new life. Since God is eternal, no one is able to fully grasp him, faith is essential in this relationship. This is why “without faith it is impossible to please God, because any-one who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him” (Hebrews 11:6). In writing about the glorification that is to come, I found of…show more content…
Well, nowadays this is an important beginning. However, this faith alone has nothing to do with a com-mitment to God. Even the demons believe that there is a God, and dif-ferently of some, they tremble in terror. Therefore, the first thing to keep in mind is the difference between “believe that” and “believe in”. The second one has true and practical implications. James added to that statement: “You foolish person, do you want evidence that faith without deeds is useless?” (James 2:20). Here James is explaining the inevitable consequence of a genuine be-lief. He is not, as some think, in disagreement with Paul and his expla-nations concerning faith and deeds. He is reinforcing the practical consequences of a true belief. Faith brings us to movement. James knew this very well and for this reason is explaining that faith and deeds must work together. It is not because we are not justified by deeds that we should not do anything, as I already explained before. Therefore, Believe is not discover something new and keep living the same way. This faith changes us. We need to understand this rational-ly. Faith means thinking I want to emphasize this point. Remember, before start everything; every action; every work; every movement; everything, we need first to first think. Everything passes through our mind before becoming something tangible, which is the consequence of our thoughts. Our mind has an important paper in believing, and because many have ignored

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