God is a God of Generations

Abraham was the first person who believed that God could raise someone from the dead. He believed that God would raise his son from the ashes of the offering. In doing so, he paved the way for us to believe that God could raise Jesus from the dead. Abraham came from a land of idols, where people sacrificed their children to false gods. God stopped him from harming Isaac, and told him that He Himself will provide: a prophetic statement that God would provide an offering for the reconciliation of mankind.

The Power of Forgiveness

Faith moves God, but forgiveness releases His power. Jesus’ act on the cross achieved a galactic realigning. We are supernaturally translated from the kingdom of darkness, to the Kingdom of Light. We are justified by faith. We are born again, and we are new creations — we are something that never existed before. When we forgive others, there is a galactic realigning in our lives.

I Am The Unique Son of God

Sometimes we think that the death of Jesus is the most important part of Jesus’ life, but the most important part of his life is the resurrection. Jesus tells us that if we don’t take up our cross and follow Him, then we cannot be with Him. Jesus’ resurrection was the most important moment in the history of the universe. He not only raised from the grave, but HE IS the resurrection.