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Teachings of Christ: The Divine Guidance & Commandments That Transpire By J. Sandy

  in Religion | Published 2016-10-01 05:03:34 | 233 Reads | Unrated


Read below about the teachings of Christ and his divine guidance & commandments that transpires to and inspires the parishioners.

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Have you ever thought how our parents have taught us the principles while we were young? Often these principles appeared more like a burden, as if our parents have made them up to keep us away from doing the stuffs that we really desired doing and things we thought will make us contented? As we mature we understand how significant these principles are, how we might have fatally ill-treated ourselves if we had not obeyed.

As our parents are growing up, the almighty God gives us the inspiring

vangelist-lee-strobel-interview/">teachings of Christ and commandments to assist in keeping us concentrated on what is extremely essential and approach to stay secure. The almighty God’s divine guidance is designed to keep his children safe, assist his children stay close to Him and to endow his children more freedom and contentment.

The almighty God not just guide parishioners about what they must not do, but He also guides them about what we must not do. God’s greatest hope is to endow everlasting happiness to all his children, so that we can be rest assured that His commandments are not restricted rules, rather are heavenly guidance meant for protecting his children from getting harmed and guide them to improved approaches of living.

Let’s Explore the Two Amazing Commandments That Transpires to and Inspires the Parishioners:

Parishioners’ compliance to the almighty God's commandments comes from their zeal to exhibit their love and respect for Him, for other human beings and for themselves. When the Lord Jesus Christ was on earth, an individual asked him, "Which is the great commandment in the law?" Jesus replied,

"Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets" (Matthew 22:36-40).

Lord Jesus Christ edifies his children in the aforementioned few lines which in the midst of all the do's and don'ts are concentrating on loving and respecting the almighty God and the individuals around us. While we think on the commandments mentioned below, it assists to think how each of them transmits to the following two foundational commandments:

  • Pray Habitually To Identify With The Almighty God's Inspiring Commandments: With the help of prayer individuals can draw closer to the almighty God, attain answers to our queries & find absolute comfort. Anybody can pray, anywhere, any time. Whether parishioners are kneeling, sitting or standing, praying out thunderously or quietly, praying in groups or alone, God will surely listen to them and reply back to their prayers. Prayer is a straight line of conversation with our Heavenly Father that assists us with each of our difficulties and queries. Though He might not always reply back immediately or in a way parishioners anticipate, we have faith in the scriptures when they say, "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you" (Matthew 7:7).


Parishioners are instructed to pray often as the more they interact with God; the more open they will get to His divine guidance with the challenges they encounter.


  • Read and Analyze the Scriptures: Prophets pen down the word of the almighty God in the scriptures that teaches parishioners the right approaches to meet the plan of happiness. Nearly all scriptures was written over a thousand years back, so it could get quite difficult to envision how reading them could assist them here and further. But as God's understanding is timeless, parishioners could easily read the scriptures and employ their lessons to their respective lives. This might appear to be like a simply worldly anxiety for which parishioners might not be able to locate assistance in the scriptures but the account of God calling Enoch to prophesy could really assist them deal with their trepidation. As God asked him to command the evil individuals around him to apologize, Enoch humbly asks, "Why is it that I have found favour in thy sight, and am but a lad [ … ]; for I am slow of speech; wherefore am I thy servant?" The Lord reassures Enoch, saying, Moses 6:31-32


Enoch does exactly what the teachings of Christ command and turns out to be an articulate prophet, assisting his parishioners change their hearts. His trial makes us understand that God assists us in growing the skills to carry out things parishioners didn't know they could actually do, as long as they employ their belief in Him.

God desires his children to read his teachings as it will assist them be acquainted with His will, and following the God's will always be in the best of their interest.

Author’s Bio:

Jerry Johnston is a distinguished Christian pastor, who enthuse the true essence of the teachings of Christ that has the power to transfigure the souls listening to him.  He has spiritual gifts of faith, leadership, evangelism, teachings and discernment.



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