JESUS CHRIST, THE SAME

“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever." (Hebrews 13 v8)

 One of the things that worries us most is change. We do not know what the future may hold, so when we expect or experience changes, our stress levels rise, and we wonder whether we can cope. The beauty of the life in Christ is that there is no need to fear change. He is the same yesterday, today and forever.

 Jesus came to save the world from sin and death. He came to do his Father's will. He came to show us love and to show us the way to be saved. He is our High Priest who has been through the same temptations as us and knows what it is like. He is there to help us overcome,  like he overcame. He has all the power he needs to be able to work for our salvation today so that you and I can be saved from sin and death.

Meditation. 30.4.2017. Human Nature has not Changed

“Thomas Kempis said more than 500 years ago, ‘For a small reward, a man will hurry away on a long journey; while for eternal life, many will hardly take a single step.’

Now half a millennium later, this observation is still true. Human nature has not changed. Think how people will travel for a small and often fleeting reward, such as a midnight madness sale, and yet how few have time to read the Bible, the word of God, which has the key to eternal life written in its pages.

Editorial. 30.4.2017. Meet & Encourage

Easter has come and gone. It is probably the time of year when the largest number of people attend a Christian church to remember the crucifixion and resurrection of the Lord bread & wineJesus. Similarly also, Christmas is a time of large attendance.

But when these celebrations are over how many still think of Jesus and attend a church regularly?

Christadelphians meet each Sunday and share in a service where they remember Christ – his life on earth; his death, burial and resurrection; his presence now as he works alongside his Father in heaven. We participate in the simple memorial act which he instigated at the Last Supper in taking the bread and the wine to remember how he died for us.

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