God doesn’t rip out the blood-pumping organ in our chest, but gives us new desires. He changes our will. He gives us a new nature. This is what it means to be spiritually alive.
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We don’t need new or flashy words from God when we have His Word solidified for us. We can have complete confidence and assurance that we aren’t missing out on crucial information about God and the salvation He offers.
Because of Christ’s substitution on the cross for sins, we have access to our Creator, and not only as our Creator, but as our Father as well.
God is distinct from mankind in His ability to be consistent in who He is and to do what He does perfectly, but He also created mankind with the ability to imitate His character in some ways. God’s attributes that we can imitate are referred to as communicable attributes, and His attributes that are distinct to God alone are called incommunicable attributes.
If you would have told me six years ago that I would be contributing to a theology blog, I would have told you, “I don’t care about theology, I just want to love Jesus.” What I didn’t realize was that theology literally is ‘the study of God’.