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a willing sacrifice

Jesus Bore our Punishment


Because God is holy and just, He had to punish sin. A price had to be paid.


God who is holy and just is also merciful. Though we deserved death for violating God's law, instead, He chose to extend His wrath to His own son so that we could be made right with Him!

A Willing Sacrifice


Jesus willingly laid down his life so we could truly live. He had the power to stop it, but instead, He chose obedience to God's will.

A Surprising Twist


On the third day, God raised Jesus from the dead. Even the closest of his disciples were surprised, failing to fully understand all that Jesus had told them leading up to his death.

Some Resurrection Proofs:


- There is an empty tomb. Even atheist scholars agree on this account.


- The post-resurrected Jesus was seen by over 500 eyewitnesses (1 Corinthians 15:3-8)


- The apostles were willing to be tortued and killed rather than recant their belief in the resurrected Christ.


- James, Jesus' half-brother was unconvinced of Jesus' claims - until his resurrection. James went on to head the church in Jerusalem and was martyred in A.D. 62 when he refused to renounce his faith in Christ (Antiquities of the Jews, Book 20, chapter 9, sec. 1).

The Great Questions of Life | What is the Truth about God?

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How Does God Want You to Worship?

In worship we show God that we love, honor, and respect Him. We thank Him for what He has done and talk with Him. In different churches you will see different ways in which people worship God. How does He want you to worship? What will please Him?

There are so many religions in the world. People try to reach God in so many different ways. Many of these seekers are sincere in their search, sharing a common need for Him in their lives. However, is there a pattern of worship that can be followed that is pleasing to God? Yes indeed. The following is a brief overview of some of these patterns.

Be Honest and Sincere

Worship is a spiritual exercise that, by its very nature, requires complete honesty. When you worship God, He wants you to be completely honest in what you say. You must believe in God and be willing to obey Him. It follows that true worship must start with a relationship with God. It must be compatible with God's nature, which is Spirit, and be based on the truth, which is Jesus Christ the Son of God.

God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth.
(Bible, John 4:24)

And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.
(Bible, Hebrews 11:6)

Worship Only God

There are so many religions in the world. People try to reach God in so many different ways. Many of them are sincere. They are seeking the truth about God. They feel a need for Him in their lives. But, the central question is how does God want you to worship him?

Your Creator is the only true God. He does not want you to pray to any other gods, persons, spirits, images, or things. Not even to something that represents Him.

An idol is anything which takes God's rightful place in our lives. Things which are not bad in themselves, even good things, can become false gods. The question you must face is this: Where is the center and focus of your life? The answer to this question will determine your object of worship.

Success in business, looking important in front of other people, education, money, sports . . . none of these things can meet your deepest needs. After the surge of excitement, when the music has stopped, the friends have gone home, and the lights go out, what then?

If you turn away from God, nothing will satisfy you. God has made us for Himself, and our hearts can find no rest until they rest in Him.

Thank the Lord for His Blessing

Isn't it interesting that one of the first things a parent teaches a child to say is: "thank you." Parents want their children to show respect and consideration for other people. Strangely, we often forget to say "thank you" to God, our Heavenly Father--the person who has done more for us than anyone else. He wants to receive our thanks. We can give God thanks in the silence of our hearts, in prayer, or by singing songs of praise to Him. The Bible tells us that we should praise Him . . . we should worship Him . . . we should sing songs of praise to the Lord.

Worship Humbly but With Faith

Recognize that you cannot make yourself good enough to come before a holy God. However, since you have asked Jesus to be your Saviour, God has forgiven you and accepted you as His child. So talk to Him as to your Father and tell Him whatever is in your heart.

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