Approaching God in Prayer

I had no hope, but I started to pray and when I did I started to focus on some facts.

The Apostle John says that through Jesus we become children of God (John 1:12).
Jesus also said that if a child asks his father for fish that his father would not give him a snake instead, and how much more would God give to His children (Luke 11:11-13).
If we shamelessly persist, God will answer (Luke 11:8).
We need to approach God boldly. No different than a child to his father (Hebrews 4:16).

Trading Your Birthright

Esau gave up his inheritance for a bowl of soup, but Jesus wants us to give up our inheritance that this world has to offer for eternal life in the Kingdom.

So, Why Isn’t the Trinity Polytheistic?

God is the infinite being from whom Jesus and the Holy Spirit come from – Jesus is God in the flesh, fully human and fully God, and the Holy Spirit is the advocate, teacher and guide that is omnipresent. Although both Jesus and the Holy Spirit point people to the Father, because they are from the Father praying and honoring them is no different than praying to the Father.