Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

While the two answers you already have answer the meaning of those statements, I thought it might also be useful to tell how they are accomplished, perhaps if not for your sake for the sake of someone else who is caused to wonder by your question. The cohabitation of Spirits is routinely known as having a relationship with God. As with any relationship it ...


2

The meaning is given in the context of John 15:1-7. There, Jesus is likening himself to a vine. His illustration is simple: as long as the branches remain in the trunk of the vine, then they continue to take nourishment from the trunk. So if we continue to depend on Christ and not be moved away from him, then he will feed our spiritual lives and we will ...


3

Apostle Paul in the book of Ephesians continues this thought known as the “Christocentric” principle. This principle introduces Christ in us the hope of Glory. To me it means that we live our lives with Christ being the center of it, and by doing so we find ourselves taking on a new life in Christ. As Paul stated in Acts 17:28, “In Him we live, and move, ...



Top 50 recent answers are included