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God has given his word to us. Are we feasting on it daily?
The scientists can't prove it, but you have a soul. Scripture says that 'God breathed the breath of life into humankind.' Do you believe it?
Primary Claim: The promised resurredtion of our bodies fills our lives with meaning. Jesus Christ has risen from the dead and so will you.
Jesus says that the greatest commandment is to love the Lord our God with all our heart, mind, and soul and love our neighbor as ourselves. Is that even possible? How can we do it? More importantly, why?
The beginning of life reminds us what truly makes life valuable. In contrast to the message which the media paints, there is the unmistakable, unparalleled, unsurpassed master plan which God Himself has established for creation.
One of the most foundational matters for understanding biblical Christianity is the relationship of the physical to the spiritual. Scripture teaches that since God is Creator and Redeemer he created a physical world that is inherently, or in its essential nature, spiritual. God as Creator is truly distinct from, yet not disconnected from his creation. He is certainly not dissolved into it so that we cannot speak in any meaningful sense about God without simply talking about the physical material realm. If we are to understand Jesus and his kingdom we must understand, at least in part, what his teaching and preaching had to do with his physical healing. Matthew 4:23-25 highlights these points, and along with some other passages in the Gospels helps us to understand that the very reason why Jesus was so popular became the very reason why he became so unpopular--he would not allow people to play the spiritual off against the physical.
Last week, we looked at the Great Commandment where Jesus explains to us that we are to love God with our heart, soul, mind and strength. Today we will focus on the soul. When we think about our lives and how we we are made by God, we realize that our soul is the very core of our being - the essence of who we are. And it is extremely important in our devotion to God.