“We should not fear or avoid Biblical prophecies; to the contrary, they are revelations by God to help us on our spiritual journeys.”
“For those who heed the signs of the coming spiritual storm, it an opportunity to prepare by mooring in the safe harbor that can only be found when we acknowledge Jesus as the Promised Messiah and follow Him.”
Netflix’s fictional Messiah is controversial. It is inspired by religious beliefs, including Jewish, Islamic, and Christian prophecies. People read into it what they desire or fear the most from religion, I suppose, depending on the person and their religious background. I doubt if any two people respond to it in an identical way. For some, Netflix’s…Read more »
The early Christians were an Easter People. In the darkest hours before the dawn following Christ’s crucifixion, they did not lose faith in Jesus – nor in His promise that He would return.
Memories can fade, recognition may fall short, and the gratitude we now feel may not survive the ravages of sin and time. However, death need not permanently separate us.
A certain level of ambiguity is woven into the fabric of faith. It is meant for interpretation by the heart.
Whether you believe in Jesus is a personal decision — a decision of the heart.