Tag: Christian roots
I’m about to delve into one of the most controversial topics within the body of Christ right now. The mere fact that the enemy has caused controversy over this is a sign that this topic earnestly requires our attention.
A long time ago, I was reading the Book of Acts, I became frustrated that I did not see the things that I read in my life, nor in my church. I realised I had two choices, either I blame God and His “season” (that this stuff is not for today anymore), or I blame myself (that I am doing something wrong). When I humbled myself and submitted to what the Word said (that we will see the things Jesus saw, and greater things) regardless of what my religious leaders said, God came and changed my life. When we stop pointing fingers to others and start humbling ourselves, miracles happen.
Lets apply this to the question: Why the Jews don’t want our Jesus.