Romans 10; 10
Because with the heart is believed for justice and with the mouth is confess about salvation. God wants that
All peoples, of all races and languages, know him, be
Achieved by his love, and receive Jesus as Lord and Savior.
Our passion for the coming of the Lord must be matched by our passion of Share his grace.
What it means to “believe” …. Let’s look at: Hebrews 11: 33-34 Believing means not doubting what we want, but we can’t see.
The word “believe” can often be found in the Bible, in the Romana, Hebräus 11: 1-27, etc.
Without finding Christo we can do nothing. The encounter with Christo proportionates to us that the impossible becomes possible. Let’s look at the woman who touched the Lord’s garment – her requests came true.
The Lord has called us to bring the word to all peoples. When Peter spoke about Christo’s words, the authorities did not allow him and put him in jail. Peter was so sick of his love for Christ and his willingness to bring the word to the people that faith allowed the chains to break and he was free.
Ask ourselves: Can our faith break walls and chains?
The Lord has called us to be followers. We are “the salt of the earth, the light of the world” ….. really?
2Cronica 7.14-15 Christo left us the words: Our Father, Hallowed be his name,
Jesus died on the cross for us. He suffered because of our sins. This is why we are saved. Our name is written in the book of life. Jesus promised a place beside Him. For this we need to break the chains that will not let us follow the Lord. We must free ourselves from worldly things, fill our inner self with the Holy Spirit. Forgive our neighbor so we can be forgiven. Many times we are trapped in material things, dead to spiritual things. Jesus was faithful to his father, who chose him to save the world by dying on the cross.
Hebräus 12: 2 2 With our eyes fixed on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. He, for the joy that was set before him, endured the cross, despising shame, and sat at the right hand of the throne of God.
We ask you to have the strength to follow our Jesus Christ.