Most, if not all of us, know what we need to do to go to heaven. We know that we need to be converted and become pure as little children (Mat 18:3). We know that we need to be born again through water baptism according to the inspired words of the Holy Spirit (Joh 3:5). We know that we need to do the will of God (Mat 7:21). However, human nature is such that we often want to do the bare minimum to achieve the desired results. In school, we want to know the passing mark for ex
Text: 1Jo 3:8-10 A. Son of Consolation. Connotation.
a. From the Greek word “paraklēsis”, which means “exhortation, admonition, encouragement”.
b. A son of consolation is an encouraging person who considers others. Characteristics.
a. He helps those who are in need (Act 4:36-37).
b. He befriends those who are lonely (Act 9:26-27).
c. He encourages those who are new in the faith (Act 11:22-23).
d. He forgives those who have let him down (Act 15:36-39). Consequence