Lord, bless my family and children. Give them hearts that follow after you. Give my family the strength to not be afraid.
God is described in the Bible as the only God and the creator of all things. We worship Jesus because He is first — above all rule and authority — and He alone is worthy of the No. 1 position in our lives.
Into this peaceful realm of love and faith one day a mysterious and unexplainable sentiment arose.
Rapidly the consequences of the alluring but deadly principle of the lie became evident.
Since God is love, all that He makes is an expression of love, and is intended to reveal love. Thus nothing was designed to live for itself.
At last the time came, and the greatest of all prophets was raised up to herald the coming of the Word. John the Baptist announced the coming kingdom and King, laying the ax to the root of the tree of self-seeking, and calling for repentance.
The victory He won was not left hidden in the apparent defeat of His ultimate humiliation.
On this trip, you will find pointers along the way to references in the Sacred Writings. From these places I have drawn the elements of The Story.
Messiah and His disciples embodied the principle, “he that shall humble himself shall be exalted.”
Noah’s descendants reproduced the mistakes of unbelief, and developed new systems of creature worship.