Faith in God is based on the Word of God
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“Christians have heard the news that Christ has come into the world and has fought the decisive battle to defeat Satan and death and sin and hell. The war will be over soon, and there is no longer any doubt as to who will win. Christ will win, and he will liberate all those who have put their hope in him. The good news is not that there is no pain or death or sin or hell. There is. The good news is that the King himself has come, and these enemies have been defeated, and if we trust in what he has done and what he promises, we will escape the death sentence and see the glory of our Liberator and live with him forever. This news fills us with hope and joy (Rom. 15:13) and frees us from self-pity and empowers us to love those who are suffering.”- John Piper, God is the Gospel, p. 20, 21
A CoJourner is someone who comes alongside others and helps point them to Jesus Christ. Whether it's as a fellow explorer, a guide through life's tough terrain, a builder of intellectual, theological, philosophical, or personal bridges, or a mentor that offers wisdom and perspective, a cojourner is a lifetime role for the Christian.- John Piper, God is the Gospel, p. 20, 21
“And rising very early in the morning, while it was still dark, [Jesus] departed and went out to a desolate place, and there he prayed.” Mark 1:35 (ESV)
Prayer is talking with God, but it's also listening to God. It is an opportunity to express to the Lord what is on our heart and mind,
to seek wisdom and guidance, and to ask for needs to be met. It is also a way to express our praise and adoration of who He is. It includes our asking on behalf of others and praying for what is on God’s heart, as well as for His will to be done. Finally, prayer is one way we express our dependence on Him.