What does Jesus promise his followers?

What does Jesus promise his followers?

Jesus tells his disciples in John 14:23-29 that he’ll be leaving them soon, but he will not leave them alone, not leave them to their own devices. Jesus promises to send them an advocate, the Holy Spirit to inhabit their hearts and to give them understand and direction in their lives.

What is Psalm 51 used for?

Psalm 51 is based on the incident recorded in 2 Samuel, chapters 11–12. David’s confession is regarded as a model for repentance in both Judaism and Christianity. The Midrash Tehillim states that one who acknowledges that he has sinned and is fearful and prays to God about it, as David did, will be forgiven.

What are the five promises of God?

The promises of God are backed up by His character, integrity, and power. Of course, we have to understand His promises and interpret them correctly, and not just gamble with them. As Numbers 23

What are the greatest promises in the Bible?

“We come now to what is perhaps the greatest promise in the entire Bible. And it is great because it includes all of the other promises in itself.” The wonderful promise of Philippians 4:19 is this: “And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus” (ESV). The opening conjunction, “And,” is key to understanding this promise. The Philippians were in need.

What are the promises of Jesus Christ?

Salvation. The first promise we will discuss comes from John 6:37 and again in Revelation 3:20.

  • Usability. One of the biggest complaints I hear from Christians is that they are too old or not smart enough for Christ to use.
  • Guidance. Christians are not free from getting distracted and lost.
  • Rest and Renewal.
  • The Holy Spirit.
  • Eternity in Heaven.
  • What promises did God make?

    One of the greatest promises God made in history was the deliverance of his people from Egyptian slavery. God would call a man by the name of Moses to declare to Pharaoh that it was time for his people to be set free. Pharaoh didn’t take God’s word seriously, and the effect was catastrophic.