Wednesday, November 26, 2008

God Reveals Himself!


How Does God Reveal Himself to Us?


How does God reveal Himself to us? He reveals Himself through His Word. God exists in the Holy Trinity of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. We are able to meet God only when we believe in our hearts His Word, the gospel Truth of the water and the Spirit.
God repeatedly tells us that the Word recorded in the Bible is the very Word of God. Then, what does it mean by “God is Spirit”? (John 4:24) To say God is Spirit entails that God is not a material being. And the Bible also says, “Let all the earth keep silence before Him” (Habakkuk 2:20). We have to listen to Him in silence when He says to us, for He always speaks the truth. Although it is difficult for us to believe that God is Spirit, it is not difficult to know who God is once we know and believe in Jesus Christ who came by the gospel of the water and the Spirit. Just as our hearts turn toward God through the Word of God, all our problems of sin are solved by our faith in the Word of Truth.
God has appeared to all people through His Word. The 66 individual books of the Old and New Testament of the Bible are the very Word of God. Thus, if we believe in the love of God by believing first in the gospel of the water and the Spirit, we come to meet with God. Hence, this Word of the Bible is the very Word of God. The most mysterious and wonderful fact is that all our sins can be blotted out and we can become God’s people when we believe with our hearts in the gospel Word of the water and the Spirit. We are truly led to God when we believe in the gospel Word of the water and the Spirit, which is the very Word of God. Truly, having faith in the Holy Word of God means living with the faith in the gospel Word of the water and the Spirit, which is the Truth of God.

2 comments:

Jm Benavidez Estoque said...

There are more factors aside from the bible that tells how God revealed Himself to us: it is through our experiences, through interaction with other people, through the nature itself, through our perspective on how do we know God revealed Himself to us, and the last: He revealed Himself to us based from the way we think about ourselves and based from the way we think to our God. For example, If we think that God only loves and forgives only those who belong to the true church(like many Anti-Catholics had proclaimed), Then God revealed himself to us as a selfish and arrogant god! Please think of this comment as a friend giving suggestions so that your post would become more informative. I offered some suggestions because I like this new post of yours, all about faith. Oooops! Are you a Catholic? If not... I'm sorry.

Rhoda said...

I want to thank you so much for everyday giving me some good thoughts to read and think about. I like to have a little break in my day at the office about 11am to have a coffee and snack and this is a good time for me to read your blog entry for the day. Thank you for making my day shine bright! :)
Rhoda.