Higher Life Conference Benin with Pastor Chris Mr. Phil Edigin testifies in church today " When Pastor Chris teaches, you received a fresh understanding of the Word of God different from what you have always known " #LoveworldCrusadeGrounds
Pastor distinguishes between redemptive work of Christ for Jews and new creation life of the Christian. Reading Romans 4:25 at the second session of the Higher Life Conference in Benin City, Nigeria, Pastor Chris made an important distinction between redemption and recreation, the former for the Jews and the latter for the Christian. "Christianity does not begin at the cross. Christianity does not begin at the grave. Christianity starts at the resurrection," the man of God said, shining light on the truth that the Christian does not require a redemption, being a brand new person. "When you become a Christian, you rec ive a new life, the resurrection life," he says in the featured video. Music minister, Rozey, sings an inspiring rendition. The implications of this divine truth are far-reaching, paralyzing the monotony of religion and empowering every believer in Christ with the power of a resurrected life. Best said by Pastor Chris, "if you will believe the life that Jesus has given you, you will discover that the eternal life, [which] is in your spirit, has supplanted the life with which you were born of your father and mother!" What a refreshing insight into God's eternal plan for mankind! Watch the featured video, and remember to like, share and post comments below. Stay tuned for even more video excerpts and highlights from the Higher Life Conference Benin, exclusively on LoveWorld News.
Rhapsody Review : 17th January, 2017 THE GOD - MEN The expression, “sons of God” isn’t a description of geniture or consanguineous relationship. When we say, for example, “Jesus Christ is the Son of God,” what that means is that Jesus Christ is the “God-man.” That’s why when Jesus told the Jews He is the Son of God, they wanted to stone Him to death. They understood what He meant; He was saying, “I’m the God-man”; that means God in human flesh.