As we look at what our union with Christ entails, we quickly discover there are many terms, phrases, and images used in Scripture describe this incredible reality.
The gradual nature the healing in Mark 8:22-26 wasn’t due to a lack of power in Jesus or a lack of faith in the blind man. Rather, it serves as an object lesson, or a living parable, for the disciples.
The book of Colossians has much to say regarding the speech of those who are now in Christ. As God’s chosen people, there is a clear and biblical manner in which we ought to speak.
Frederick Faber (1814-1863) was English theologian and hymn writer who wrote many hymns and poems for the church, including several magnificent hymns about the Trinity.