I Am A Believer And A Preacher Of The Gospel Message. The

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I am a believer and a preacher of the Gospel message. The foundation for my beliefs are based on the Bible, which I believe are the words of God given to mere men to record whereby humankind would have the opportunity to read and hear the truth so they can be reconciled to God through His son Jesus Christ. We are to live with Jesus Christ the Son of God as our model and be guided by the third figure in the Trinity, the Holy Spirit. In this essay I will share what I believe to be true about the key components of the Gospel and the need of humankind to hear and believe this message by faith. God God is the first person of the Holy Trinity. God was in the beginning of time and was before what we understood to be the beginning. God is the…show more content…
We make poor choices because we justify ourselves by comparing ourselves to others. We will only change our behavior by studying the Word of God (the Bible) and comparing ourselves to it, then and only then will we see our own righteousness as filthy rags. It is clear from the stories that the subsequent state of alienation was not the initial intention of the creator. It is, however, the state of the world, according to the book Genesis in the Beginning. Humanity would be completely destroyed and unreconciled to our Holy God without a Redeemer. Jesus Jesus is God’s answer to the need of humanity for saving. Jesus is the only Son of God and the second person in the Holy Trinity. To say that Jesus is Savior is to acknowledge that we were guilty and Jesus took the punishment for our sins upon Himself and sacrificed His life in our place so that we could escape the penalty of death. He died for us so we could be saved. (Rom.5:8) Jesus is our deliverer. Jesus was man When the Word became flesh—when the eternal Son of God took on full humanity—he did not merely become human in part. He fully became truly human. It is clear from the New Testament that Jesus has a human body. John 1:14 “The Word became flesh.” Jesus’ humanity is one of the first tests of orthodoxy (1 John 4:2; 2 John 7). Jesus was born (Luke 2:7). He grew (Luke 2:40, 52). He grew tired (John 4:6) and got thirsty (John 19:28) and hungry (Matthew 4:2). He became physically weak (Matthew 4:11; Luke
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