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Who Is God & What Does He Want?

Who Is God?

  • He is the Creator of all things (Genesis 1:1).  
  • He is the Lawmaker and Judge of the universe (James 4:12).
  • He is absolutely and indivisibly One (Deuteronomy 6:4). 
  • He is the only One and there is no God other than Him (Isaiah 45:5). 
  • He is the only Savior (Isaiah 43:11).  
  • He is the Lord Jesus Christ (John 10:30).  

What Does He Want?

  • He wants to make an agreement with you (Jeremiah 31:31).  
  • He wants to do for you what the Law of Moses couldn't do (Romans 8:3).  
  • He demonstrated it by coming in flesh as the only Savior, Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 5:19).
  • He proved the power of the agreement by raising from the dead (1 Corinthians 5:3-4).  
  • He wants you to accept the agreement by being "born again" (John 3:1-5).  

What Does Being "Born Again" Mean?

  • He wants you to believe on Him (John 8:24).  
  • He wants you to turn away from our sins in repentance (2 Peter 3:9). 
  • He wants you to be born of water and Spirit (John 3:5).
  • He wants you to be baptized in water in the name of Jesus Christ (Acts 10:48).  
  • He wants you to be filled with the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38).  
  • He wants you to confess Christ before men (Romans 10:9).  

What Happens After I Am "Born Again?"

  • He will give you power to be a witness and tell others about Him (Acts 1:8).
  • He will live inside of you as a Comforter for the rest of your life (John 14:18).
  • He promises never to abandon you (Matthew 28:20).
  • He will make sure that you will live forever in eternity (1 John 2:25).
  • He will give you abundant life in the present world (John 10:10).
  • He will satisfy the longings and desires of your soul (John 4:14).
  • He will take your burdens upon Himself and give you rest (Matthew 11:28-30).

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