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Introduction – Jesus: Christ and God Series

Introduction Jesus: Christ and God— Mini-Series

The easy way to approach hard sayings is using the Common sense approach (Practical, Personal, emotional). However, there are many easy ways to understand the teachings of Jesus and Paul, and the mission of our ministry is to attract a more uninterested group of people through the convenience of internet access and also for curiosity and young seekers (new believers-immaturity to the Word).

Many want to prove that their opinions are much better than the others, and sometimes they want to prove to themselves that their mindset cannot be shaken and will stay firm and reject any new knowledge. That is all good, and there is no harm in getting new knowledge; if you do not want to accept it now, the internet is open 24/7, waiting for you. Remember what the LORD said to prophet Hosea: “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me.” 4:6

Part 1 The Creations

Part II God Involvement

Part III Announcement: Immanuel – God with us

Part IV Birth of Jesus

Be strong and courageous and must not fear them or dread them. Acquiring new knowledge can lead us more closely to the truth and bring more blessings in our relationship get more substantial with our Lord our God, who goes with us and will not leave or forsake us. When we do things right and good in the sight of the Lord, we will endure the challenges in this world until we reign with Him.

Part V The Chosen

Part VI Jesus Became Christ

Part VII Acceptance as Christ

Part VIII Jesus became God

We should acknowledge Him, and He will not deny us. Knowledge is about words and deeds, and when we receive knowledge that doesn’t conform to what we know, there is no need to argue about it because it doesn’t do any good to both sides but only discourages the hearers. As good workers of God, we should present ourselves with decency and confidence and avoid being mistakenly charged as arrogant, irrelevant, glib talkers. We should handle the Word of truth very carefully and humbly discharge it.

God is, and His work is perfect; all His ways are righteous and upright, and God is faithful to His Word and impartial in judgment. He is merciful and graceful in forgiving our sins, yet He judges those who do injustice and wickedness. God sees the hearts and minds of men and witnesses injustice progress as human signs of progress in this world today. Let the wisdom of God guides us with our walk in this ministry. All Christians are ministers of the gospel (good news) of Christ, and no one should deny that.

Bishop Joseph

Bishop Joseph Vitug, Ph.D. - Bishop Emeritus

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