Humanity of Jesus: How Then Shall I Live

 

Understanding the humanity of Jesus, allows Christians to look at the personality of Jesus while on Earth. By doing so we are able to model and reflect our lives in a way that reflects the ultimate role model who is Jesus Christ.

Humanity of Jesus Sermon By: Joshua Minerella

A Captivated Heart

For the People, by the People

“I don’t know what your destiny will be, but one thing I do know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve.” This quote by Albert Schweiter, philosopher, physician, and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, holds great truth for all people.

“By the People for the People” blog has relayed to its readers what service opportunities are available in the Polk County region of Florida. Including various organizations such as the Dream Center, Lighthouse Ministries, and Parker Street Ministries, which strive to provide services that better their local community.

“Lakeland reminds me of a town that’s a tale of two cities. You have the enjoyment of Lakeside village and the swans on the lake. But you have another side of town where you see dilapidated houses and hopelessness. This is the Lakeland that God has called…

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Have You Prayed Today?

Prayer can sometimes be a weird experience for many people. People ask questions like “what should i say?” or “what does God care about.” Check out this blog on prayer to learn more.

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How do I talk with my Father in heaven?

It is a wonderful privilege that we can talk with the Lord of all heaven and earth at any time of the day or night. And we can discuss any subject with Him. We don’t need to use formal written prayers — although if these are more comfortable for us, that’s all right.

One day Jesus’ disciples asked Him a key question: “Can You teach us how to pray?” They had observed how much time Jesus spent quietly talking with His heavenly Father. The prayer He suggested is a model for us:

(Matthew 6:9-13):

Our Father in heaven, hallowed be (holy is) Your name. Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. And do not lead us…

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