1 Timothy 2: God, Jesus, and us
Posted by adventbiblestudy on September 13, 2011
(1 Timothy 2:5 GNB) For there is one God, and there is one who brings God and human beings together, the man Christ Jesus,
There is one God, Creator of all we see, eat, and breath. Jesus came to this world to become a man, just like us. Jesus, the Son of God, the son of man became a link between us and God, by living and showing us God’s character.
Jesus helped us to understand God better by coming and dying on the cross. We need to keep that special conection with God and remember to go to him with all our problems.
(1 Timothy 2:6 GNB) who gave himself to redeem the whole human race. That was the proof at the right time that God wants everyone to be saved,
Jesus gave His life to save the entire human race. There is not a single person He does not love, He does not want to save. God gave His only Son for us. God’s plan to save this planet was perfectly planned, timed, performed and executed.
Jesus died for us so we could be with our Heavenly Father forever. God gave his son for all of us and that shows how much he loves us.
(1 Timothy 2:7 GNB) and that is why I was sent as an apostle and teacher of the Gentiles, to proclaim the message of faith and truth. I am not lying; I am telling the truth!
Part of God’s plan of salvation was to use us to tell the story of how, and why Jesus died for our sins. To teach about Jesus, I need to be very close to Him. I have to pray, read, and understand His message. I have to give my life to Him so He can make me complete in Him. Only Jesus can equip me to tell the truth, the whole story of His life and example.
Jesus is our teacher, the Bible is our text book and like any other school, we need to study so when the trails of the last days come, we can stand strong and know that He is with us.
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