Isn’t it great to know there is a God in heaven, maker of heaven and earth, that you can call “Father”? Isn’t it wonderful to know that God loves you more than you can even fathom? As we learned Sunday, “And because we are His children, God has sent the Spirit of His Son into our hearts, prompting us to call out, “Abba, Father.” (Galatians 4:6). We can call out to God at any moment, “Dad” and He listens to us in our moment. No matter what that moment may entail. It may be one of your highest points in life, or it may be one of the lowest points you’ve ever experienced. It may be anywhere in the middle, emotionally speaking. God is your Father who hears when you can cry out to Him in any situation.
This Sunday, we are going to look at the name given to Jesus, as God in the flesh, as Christ. Does the name “Christ” mean anything to us today? We make the good confession when we give our lives to Jesus that says, “I believe that Jesus is the Christ, the son of the living God.” What does this term Christ mean? How does it have relevance for us today? How does the name Christ reveal the nature of God on this planet? What does it mean to follow the Christ? This week, we’ll explore the nature and revelation of Jesus as the Christ, the son of the living God, in a way that will help you draw close to him.
We serve and worship a living God. He’s not made of stone or wood. He’s living and active. He rules the universe. He revealed himself to us in Jesus. This Sunday, we come to worship at his feet. We lift Him up on high. We adore Him. We desire to help you connect to Jesus. Why not invite friends and family this week to attend Forum as a place of worship? We will be revealing the nature of Jesus, and they will be blessed by hearing the good news of the gospel message. See you then.