What exactly did Jesus come to do?

Besides arguments on who He was, many also debate what He exactly came to do. Some say dying on the cross and others say to demonstrate God's power. Others have no clue because it seems His ministry had so many facets for humanity to grasp.

Luke 4:18-19 presents us with the best overview of His ministry and also where we come in either as co-workers and/or beneficiaries.

Mulberry Tree Timing

1 Chronicles 14:14-15
14 Therefore David enquired again of God; and God said unto him, Go not up after them; turn away from them, and come upon them over against the mulberry trees.

15 And it shall be, when thou shalt hear a sound of going in the tops of the mulberry trees, that then thou shalt go out to battle: for God is gone forth before thee to smite the host of the Philistines.

Orderliness or proper timing is the nature of God. Throughout the bible we come across numerous instances when His orderly nature is brought out.At creation He started with the very basic; light and darkness. How would have the plants photosynthesized without the sun if He had created them before He created the sun? It would have been very bad for the animals with no plants to feed on, if He had created them before creating plants.

The Little Known Deep Love Of Correction And Rebuke

"He who wants you to perish corrects you not."MN.

The current trend or feeling or flow in Christiandom is that we should not point out sins. It is being called Judging, self-righteousness, etc. It is now being said that there is a reason for everything and it is further said God understands. It ends up being placed in one of the many boxes of psychological justifications for sin.

Do Not Flatter At The Expense of Repentance

In a time of see no sin and speak not of sin, the church, you and I, have been cornered not to speak of the many ills in our churches and communities at large.

However, if the love of Christ is truly in us we ought to call the nations to godly repentance. Let us not be like the servants of God in the days of Jeremiah. Instead of calling the people to genuine repentance they assured them that no judgment could come upon them. What a lie! What a lie!

Could God Be Unforgiving For Certain Sins?

You could have found yourself having committed something awful. The guilt could be eating you day and night. However much you want to feel good, you just feel overwhelmed by the impact of your sin.

You just feel God cannot forgive you for such a sin. The fact that you had felt the Holy Spirit prompting you not to go ahead makes it worse. At some point you even think God is punishing you. "How could I do that?", you wonder.


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