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How Is Jesus With Us Always

The Resurrection of Jesus is the greatest and most amazing event in all of human history. Jesus Christ died for us, for our sins, so that we may have eternal life in heaven with him.

Jesus was put to death by crucifixion around two thousand years ago. According to the New Testament, he was resurrected three days after his death. The Resurrection is mentioned several times in the Bible, in the Gospels of Mark and Luke as well as in I Corinthians 15.

Many people believe that Jesus didn’t actually rise from the dead but that his death was merely a spiritual one, while his physical body remained in the grave. Others claim that it was not actually Jesus who rose from the dead but someone who looked like him. Still others believe that it was someone else who rose from the dead but that they did so by mistake and thought it was Jesus.

Jesus is with us always in his word

how is jesus with us always

Jesus gave us his word as a guide for how we should live our lives. The Bible contains the Old Testament and the New Testament, which both contain scriptures that tell us how to walk in God’s grace.

The Old Testament is a collection of books that tells the story of Jesus from before his birth to his death on the cross. The New Testament is a collection of books that tell the story of Jesus’s resurrection and how to walk in his grace through faith in him.

He said to him, “I am the way, and the truth and the life; no one comes to the Father but through me.” If you want to know God and follow his commands, he says you must do it through him (Jesus).

The Bible is an ancient book written by many different people over a long period of time. Some parts are harder to understand, but there are also clear parts that anyone can understand who reads with an open heart.

Jesus is with us always in our hearts

how is jesus with us always

Jesus is not a physical being, but a spirit. However, Jesus said that God dwells in us, and we in him (1 John 4:15).

So how can we say that Jesus dwells in us if he is not a part of us? Well, as mentioned before, Jesus was God in flesh. We are made in his image (Genesis 1:26).

So when we have the Holy Spirit within us, it is like having Jesus living inside of us. When we have the Holy Spirit within us, we are able to follow and obey what God commands us to do.

We can invite him into our hearts and make him the Lord of our lives (Romans 10:9). When we do this, we are giving ourselves to him so that he can use us for his good will and plan.

Jesus is with us always in his church

how is jesus with us always

Jesus Christ is the head of the church. He is also the head of every Christian. As you understand Jesus in his humanity, you understand him in his divinity.

As you understand Jesus as your brother, you understand him as your Lord. You can’t have one without the other. These are essential components of who Jesus is and what he came to do for us.

He commands us to love one another and to love him with all our heart, mind, and soul. By doing this, we fulfill the Great Commission that he gave us before he went back to heaven.

The church is not merely a gathering of Christians on Sunday mornings. The church is the body of believers that are baptized into Christ and called to fulfill his mission in this world. The church is not an institution or organization but a people.

Jesus is with us always in time and space

Jesus was present in time during his human life and before his human life, and he will be present after his return. Jesus was also present in space as he traveled the lands preaching the good news.

As the Son of God, Jesus existed before his incarnation, and he exists now and forever. He is not limited by time or space, but is omnipresent—present everywhere at once.

Many religions teach a doctrine of a future realm or world where we will find fulfillment or happiness. For example, some believe we will find this in the afterlife when we are reunited with loved ones and our spirit or soul is happy and free from suffering.

But for Christians, Jesus says that he is the way, the truth, and the life; no one goes to heaven except through him (John 14:6). Therefore, heaven is found only in him.

Jesus is with us always through his people

how is jesus with us always

Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and he is the true God. Jesus was also human, and he lived on Earth around 2,000 years ago.

Jesus died on the cross for our sins, so that we may have eternal life with him in heaven. After three days in the tomb, Jesus rose from the dead and appeared to his followers.

He has continued to appear to his followers ever since then, proving that he is alive. Many people have seen him in visions and hallucinations, even those who were not believers before.

He has also appeared to clergy members of other religions as well as other non-Christian prophets or leaders. He does this so that he can be recognized and worshipped as well as confirmed that he is alive.

Since Jesus has appeared to so many people of different cultures over such a long period of time, it’t obvious that these visions and experiences are not products of imagination or fabrication.

Jesus is with us always through his presence

how is jesus with us always

Jesus was made flesh in the person of Jesus Christ. Jesus is God made man, the second person of the Trinity who became human.

He lived a perfect life and died in our place, paying the price for our sins. This is called the incarnation—God becoming human.

Jesus continues to be with us through his Holy Spirit, who he sent to us after his death and resurrection. He lives in us and gives us gifts that help us grow in our faith and serve each other.

The Holy Spirit was not part of God before Jesus died, but is part of God and part of the incarnation—God becoming human. After Jesus’s death, the Holy Spirit came to earth and began to dwell in believers. This is called Pentecost, which is an important day in church history.

The Holy Spirit makes it possible to know and understand Christ and his love for us.

Jesus is with us always through his power

how is jesus with us always

Jesus is with us through the Holy Spirit. By his death and resurrection, Jesus has given us the most amazing gift: the Holy Spirit.

Through the Holy Spirit, Jesus is with us always. He is with us as we go about our daily lives, as we struggle with sin, and as we search for him.

He is with us when we pray to him. He is with us when we don’t know how to pray or when we feel like crying out to him.

Jesus said that if we know him, he will plant his children in his likeness and recognize them by his mark: they will pray to him in faith and he will hear them. (see Hebrews 8:10) The only thing that can prevent this is if we do not know him.

Jesus is with us always through his promises

how is jesus with us always

Jesus promises us that he will be with us always. He promises us that he will never leave us nor forsake us.

This is an incredible promise that we can always turn to Jesus for help and guidance. We can call upon him at any time and know that he will hear our prayers.

He promises us that he has given his faithful follower the Holy Spirit to be our helper and leader. With the help of the Holy Spirit, we can pray and know that we are being heard.

He promises us that when he returns, he will never leave or forsake us. Even though things in our world seem very unstable, Jesus assures us that he is still in charge and has a plan for us.


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