The Twenty-First Century glasses are as good to do the work than the First-Century glasses. We have the same Master, we have the same Great Commission, we just have different tools to use in our current era. So, let us use them wisely.
Aggos, is a Greek term meaning “vessel or container”. Recently, a group of brothers has dedicated many hours in giving us what they define as “a private, curated online platform for the global church of Christ”. In this short article we will see why, without a doubt, it is a vessel filled with good things.
To a Christian, to serve God is not just a simple ambition, but a duty, and not just a duty, a duty with thankfulness (Colossians 3:17). Everything we do must be with the sole objective of pleasing, honoring, and glorifying God (Colossians 3:23). Despising a brother or sister in Christ does not help us to do any of those three actions.
Did you ever ask yourself that question? I did. As a matter of fact, I did it many times during my life. Being honest, before I started to write this article I asked that question, and then, decided to start writing. I can assure that, probably, a 99% of the times I asked that question was because something wrong happened to me, or might be happening to me. But, this article is not about me, but about what causes each one of us to ask ourselves that question.
Many people around the world believe in the power of prayer, and certainly the prayer is powerful, but it should be noted that the Word of God teaches us that He does not hear the prayers of all, but only the ones from the righteous ones, and we will briefly study on this statement that I have just made.