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We are peace ministries stand up to the true the word of God,we believer the Old and New Testament, "That they may all be one" the vision is to bring peace in the world now we are in United state and Haiti we welcome all people of shalom
Peace of Mind: these things I have spoken to you, that in me you have peace.In have world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the word.John16;32 .He was in perfect submission to his Father's well , whatever the cost . He was with his father throughout the ordeal, and so his peace was he never interrupted. His father's plan was perfect and his faith looked on to the glorious results of that wonderful plan
Joy of Forgiveness: we have to be conscious of God's forgiveness and his perfect love to have our fears cast out . but we can't have confidence in Him until we are sure we are forgiven. we can't have this assurance while we are unwilling to confess our sins to Him. If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not us. if we confess our sins,he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness 1 John 1:8-9 there are three steps we mus take to really get rid of anxiety and fear: 1.Recognize the sin that is is the at the root of our anxious fears.2. Believe that God really does forgive our sins when we confess them.3. Put our sins, along with the anxiety and
fear they produce.whenever they do come to mind again, instead of feeling anxiety ,we will reminded
Part of Peace: what comfort and peace would come if we would just cast ourselves fully on him and willingly let him plan our life! His plan is infinitely better than embrasures all the details of our life here and also has in view our eternal happiness. what comfort to have him as our shepherd, caretaker and friend to be able to say, they Lord is my shepherd I shall not want. Psalm 23:1 rst and satisfaction belong to the believer who willing to trust and follow the shepherd:He leads me beside the still waters.
The Covenant of Grace was made with Christ as the second Adam, and in him with all the elect as his seed
The grace of God is manifested in the second covenant, in that he freely provideth and offereth to sinners a mediator, and life and salvation by him, and requiring faith as the condition to interest them in him, premised and grivets his Holy Spirit to all his elect, to work in them that faith, with all other saving graces, and to enable them unto all holy obedience, as the evidence of the truth of the faith, and thankfulness to God, and as the way he hath appointed them to salvation.The only mediator of the covenant of Grace is the Lord Jesus Christ, who being the eternal son God , of one substance and equal with the Father, in the fullness of time become man, and so was, and continues to be God and man in two entire distinct natures a, and one person,
The theological concept of “covenant” unites the sovereignty of God (who always takes the initiative and sets the agenda) with a mandatory initial and continuing repentant, faith response from humans. Be careful of proof-testing one side of the paradox and depreciating the other! Be careful of asserting only your favorite doctrine or system of theology!
Covenant is the means by which the one true God deals with His human creation.The concept of covenant, treaty, or agreement is crucial in understanding the biblical revelation.The tension between God’s sovereignty and human free-will are clearly seen in the concept of covenant.Some covenants are based exclusively on God’s character and actions.
This same tension involving God’s relationship to humanity is addressed in the “new covenant.” The tension can be clearly seen in comparing Ezek. 18 with Ezek. 36:27-37. Is the covenant based on God’s gracious actions or mandated human response? This is the burning issue of the Old Covenant and the New. The goals of both are the same: (1) the restoration of fellowship lost in Gen. 3 and (2) the establishment of a righteous people who reflect God’s character. The new covenant of Jer. 31:31-34 solves the tension by removing human performance as the means of attaining acceptance. God’s law becomes an internal desire instead of an external performance. The goal of a godly, righteous people remains the same, but the methodology changes. Fallen mankind proved themselves inadequate to be God’s reflected image. The problem was not the covenant, but human sinfulness and weakness (cf. Rom. 7; Gal. 3)
I. Introduction :A. This is a universal expression by fallen mankind within his society. This is mankind’s ego, supporting itself on the backs of others. Racism is, in many ways, a modern phenomena, while nationalism (or tribalism) is a more ancient expression. B. Nationalism began at Babel (Gen. 11) and was originally related to Noah’s three sons, from whom the so called races developed (Gen. 10). However, it is obvious from Scripture that humanity is from one source (cf. Gen. 1-3; Acts 17:24-26). C. Racism is just one of many prejudices. Some others are (1) educational snobbery; (2) socio-economic arrogance; (3) self-righteous religious legalism; and (4) dogmatic political affiliations.
A. Old Testament 1. Gen. 1:27- Mankind, male and female, were made in the image and likeness of God, which makes them unique. It also shows their individual worth and dignity (cf. John 3:16). 2. Gen. 1:11-25 - Records the phrase, “. . .according to its own kind. . .” ten times. This has been used to support racial segregation. However, it is obvious from the context that this refers to animals and plants and not to humanity. 3. Gen. 9:18-27 - This has been used to support racial dominance. It must be remembered that God did not curse Canaan. Noah, his father, cursed him after awakening from a drunken stupor. The Bible never records that God confirmed this oath/curse. Even it He did, this does not affect the black race. Canaan was the father of those who inhabited Palestine and the Egyptian wall art shows they were not black. 4. Josh. 9:23 - This has been used to prove one race will serve another. However, in context, the Gibeonites are of the same racial stock as the Jews. 5. Ezra 9-10 and Neh. 13 - These have often been used in a racial sense, but the context shows that the marriages were condemned, not because of race (they were from the same son of Noah, Genesis 10), but for religious reasonsDonate Here: http://www.shalomly.bbnow.org./wikifoundry.com
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