Faith Alive! Issue 117

In the 117th issue of Faith alive the Christadelphian writers consider many aspects of the life of our Lord Jesus Christ, who is “the same yesterday and today and forever” (Hebrews 13:8).* In particular, there is looked at his interactions with those around him, and think about the practical implications of this for our own lives.

Faith Alive! issue 117The magazine considers how the Old Testament writers foretold so much about the coming Messiah, and the many Old Testament characters whose lives foreshadowed the work of the Lord Jesus. Meanwhile, in their Q&A section, their authors address some frequently pondered questions about the role of Jesus.

You also may not miss their regular feature, ‘E-mails to George and Jenny’, which is back – this time with advice about choosing a university and making the most of the experience – and the publisher has also included a ‘News’ section which includes articles about the ‘Signs of the Times’ and about the recent UK Youth Conference.

As always, the publishers welcome comments and feedback from their readers, as well as questions and suggestions for future issues of the magazine.

You can get in touch with the publishers by e-mailing faithalive@thechristadelphian.com, or alternatively, keep your social media eyes peeled for their upcoming Facebook page where you’ll be able to interact with other readers and share your views.

So before you get stuck into the rest of the magazine, here are some questions to ponder as you read:

  • What was Jesus like, and how can I be more like him?
  • Is there anything that he has commanded, which I do not do?
  • Am I prepared to stand up for what I believe just as Jesus did?
  • What one thing could I do this week to follow more closely in his footsteps?
  • Do I truly appreciate the lengths Jesus went to, to bring me into the family of God?
  • Do I see Jesus in every page of the Old Testament, as well as the New? If not, am I looking closely enough?

Does anything about the role of Jesus – past, present or future – still confuse me? If so, is there someone in my ecclesia who could help me to find the answers, or could I do some personal Bible study on the topic?

In all things, and at all times, let’s “[look] to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God” (12:2).

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