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Monday: The Passion of Christ — 4 Comments

  1. To follow Christ's example we must be motivated by the same Love He was motivated by. For this to happen we must choose to allow the Holy Spirit to motivate us like He motivated Jesus and the Father--with Love. Love is the fruit produced by the Holy Spirit.

    Last quarter, we studied that the things of the mind of The Father are brought to our mind by the Holy Spirit as He did for the only begotten human Son of God, Jesus. If we choose to let our will be motivated by the Love of God by consenting to allow the Holy Spirit to motivate our thoughts and feelings we can have the motivation that Jesus had to keep Him from sin.

    This is simply the way for us to follow the example of Jesus. A child can do it. What is stopping us from walking forward in the footsteps of Jesus to be like Him? We haven't made the choice to allow the Holy Spirit to motivate our will and be in charge of our thoughts and feelings NOW.

    • Yes. To be like Jesus we have to love like Him. That's the main point. We need to learn how to love like Him, then everything else will be add.

  2. Passion is it negative or positive? How can it be negative? How can it be positive?

    What was the passion of Christ?
    His passion was the redemption of humanity.

    Why after saying to us we should follow His steps
    Peter gave us the following verse
    “Who committed no sin,
    Nor was deceit found in His mouth”;

    What is the purpose of this verse?

    Deceit - the action or practice of deceiving someone by concealing or misrepresenting the truth.

    Satan - Misrepresenting the truth
    Jesus is the truth
    Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.

    Who are we representing in our life?
    What is our passion today?

  3. We are to dedicate our whole life to him in response to the price he did pay on our behalf and let is example be our model so that at the end, we will reign with Him.


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