What does come to Jesus moment mean?
In Jesus Christ
The phrase is based on the "concept" of the moment at which you decide to accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, but it has a secular meaning. A "come to Jesus moment" refers to a dawning, epiphany or agreement following a disagreement. It refers to when the light blub comes on and you understand something or make a critical decision.
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No one but God knows when Jesus is coming. You should not wait for Jesus to come. You should tell other people he is coming and preach about god's love for his children. Also Jesus will come in the blink of an eye. So BE READY. Answer Jesus said only the Father knows. Answer: we do not kno…w. we try to predict. I know you feel like "but thsi time it REALLY IS HAPPENING. But I can strongly assure you, with evidence from the Bible, the only reliable truth (you can check its historical reliability if u want) that only The Father (our God) knows. People who criticise the Bible predict based on numbers in the Bible, so when Jesus doesn't come, they try to say that Jesus isn't real or he lied! That's absurd! The Bible is true, THE TRUTH. These predictions may sound like they're true, but I have just had an amazing awakening with this same problem. Jesus loves us. We are his children, not his slaves. As his children, out of gratitude for what he did when we were sinners, and still are, we will serve Him. NOT because we have to. But you ask: "How do I know when it is God speaking to me, asking something of me?" The answer: " For God is not a God of disorder but of peace." -1 Corinthians 14:33 If you are feeling stressed about it, pray first. If you are still feeling lost, or feel like now is not the right time... If you are questioning whether it is God or not, think of these things: 1. Will this truly help people? 2. Will this cause stress to people? 3. Am I coming on too strong? 4. Would God really want me to do this, for my own good, theirs and His? 5. Will this follow Jesus' example? I tell you these things as pure advice, and out of pure experience. I AM NOT perfect, but I have learned from the Perfect. He is my strength. In Him, not ahead or before him; IN HIM I FIND peace... SO DON'T WAIT TIL "JESUS IS ABOUT TO COME." BELIEVE NOW. NOW IS THE TIME. The peace you wll feel is indescribable.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJrcwzBlaXw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3IdRkylxaI Amazing videos about God's love for us.... there is no necessary reason to predict when you already know that we will never know Answer: Jesus gives us a chronology of things to look for in Matthew 24 , before the nations of the world will look up and see Him coming. The very moment of His coming is found in verses 30 and 31 : "And THEN shall appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven: and THEN shall all the tribes [nations] of the earth MOURN , and THEY SHALL SEE the Son of Man coming in the clouds of heaven with Power and Great Glory. And He shall send His angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together His elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other." Bible prophecy refers to this time as " the Day of the Lord " -- the time of GOD's WRATH coming on the earth. The time when He wrests the rulership of the earth away from man and the god of this world , whom man chose to bow to, worship and obey since the beginning. Of that time... the Bible tells NOT TO WISH FOR IT . "...There will be wailing in all the streets and cries of anguish in every public square... There will be wailing in all the vineyards, for I WILL PASS THROUGH YOUR MIDST , says the LORD. WOE to you who long for the Day of the LORD! Why do you long for the Day of the LORD? That Day will be DARKNESS , not light ." (Amos 5:16-18 NIV) God's servants are told to EXPECT Him. And the Bible is very clear as to the time they are to LOOK UP to see Him. It will be the very same time that all the rest of the world will look up in horror and dread -- when THEY SEE HIS SUN-LIKE , BRILLIANT SELF CUTTING THROUGH THE DARK CLOUDS THAT WILL BE COVERING THE EARTH! Jesus tells us that the days of global distress [Great Tribulation] that shall oppress the world before the time of His coming; "the Day of the Lord," will have to be " cut short "... or all life on earth will cease to exist : "...there will be Great Distress [KJV: Great Tribulation], unequaled from the beginning of the world until now -- and never to be equaled again. If those days had not been cut short, NO ONE WOULD SURVIVE , but for the sake of the elect [the chosen of God] those days will be shortened ." (Matt.24:21-22 NIV) Jesus tells us that all during this time... there will be many false sightings, stories and hoaxes by people that "He has come back!" " At THAT TIME [the time of the coming Great Tribulation] if anyone says to you, 'Look, here is the Christ!' or, 'There He is!' DO NOT BELIEVE IT . For false Christs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and miracles to deceive even the elect -- if possible. "See, I HAVE TOLD YOU AHEAD OF TIME . "So if anyone tells you, 'There He is, out in the desert,' DO NOT GO OUT ; or, 'Here He is, in the inner rooms,' DO NOT BELIEVE IT ." (verses 23-26) The world is not in this "prophesied Distress," yet. The "cutting short" of the coming global life-threatening Great Tribulation will be accomplished by the " darkening of the earth " by the CLOUDS Jesus mentions in Matthew 24:30 and the other prophecies about "the Day of the Lord." "...for the Day of the LORD is coming. It is close at hand -- a Day of darkness and gloom, a Day of CLOUDS and blackness..." (Joel 2:1-2 NIV) "The sun will be turned to darkness and the moon to blood BEFORE the COMING of the Great and Dreadful DAY OF THE LORD ." (verse 31) Jesus pinpoints this time a little more for His servants in His chronological Matthew 24 prophecy: " IMMEDIATELY AFTER the Distress [the Great Tribulation] of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from the sky, and the heavenly bodies will be shaken." (Matt.24:29) This verse precedes the chronological moment of Jesus' coming [verses 30-31]. The Bible is crystal clear as to what to look for, to absolutely KNOW when Jesus is coming. The entire world shall be in an unprecedented distress and upheaval that will threaten to end all life upon it. This will cause God to "shorten those days" with a global cloud cover [probably including life-threatening nuclear fallout]... and other disruptions of "nature," like meteor and asteroid showers, and earthquakes. These things will "cut short" man's activity on earth, to prevent him from bringing about the ultimate and inevitable conclusion of his Satan-guided insanity... the utter destruction of the earth. This is when Jesus is coming . Other prophecies speak of a " man of sin " [the Beast] to be revealed before Jesus comes [II Thess.2:1-3]... who will rule during the Great Tribulation for 3 1/2 years [Rev.13:5]. Some people call him "the Antichrist"... although the Bible doesn't. Also , the Two Witnesses are prophesied to give their testimony for the 3 1/2 years of the Great Tribulation in Jerusalem... whom the "man of sin" [the Beast] will kill at the end of that time [see Rev.11]. Jesus' servants are "looking for it"... expecting it. Darkness across the face of the planet. They're looking for and expecting His brilliance to cut through this cloud cover as He approaches -- a Brilliant Light that the whole world will see and not be able to miss: "...His face was like the sun shining in all its brilliance." (Rev.1:16 NIV) It will be the only Light that it shall have seen for awhile by that time: "I watched as He opened the SIXTH SEAL . There was a great earthquake. The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red , and the stars in the sky fell to earth ... The sky receded like a scroll, rolling up, and every mountain and island was removed from its place . "Then the kings of the earth, the princes, the generals, the rich, the mighty, and every slave and every free man HID IN CAVES and AMONG THE ROCKS OF THE MOUNTAINS . They called to the mountains and the rocks, 'Fall on us and hide us from the face of Him who sits on the Throne and from THE WRATH OF THE LAMB! For the GREAT DAY OF THEIR WRATH HAS COME , and who can stand?" (Rev.6:12-17 NIV) Jesus will come when the earth is covered in darkness . When stars fall from the sky, the earth shakes mightily... when mountains and islands are moved out of their places -- and when everyone left alive on earth scatters to hide in caves and the moving mountains; anything to get away from the approaching Light . His servants are still looking for that day. The Bible, however, tells them not to "long for it" [to yearn or hunger for it]. Because it won't be a pleasant day [other than to save them from their persecution, pain and suffering]. It will be a desperate time of struggle and survival for all life on earth. Until that day comes... Jesus' servants have the "good news" of the Kingdom of God to preach... of the Peace and Harmony that will rule on earth when man's rule... and his god... are removed. And they have a " warning " to give the nations of the earth regarding the coming clouds and darkness that will precede "the Day of the Lord's" coming. ( Full Answer )
Answer . The historical Jesus came from Nazareth though according to scripture he was born in Bethlehem. Christians believe that, as part of the Holy Trinity, he had an existence before his birth on Earth, so he therefore came from Heaven to Earth. . Answer . He was sent by the Father.
"Moment" in this sense is used in the same sense as the word "momentum." When someone says something is of "no moment," they mean that the thing has no force, or no ability to change anything.
It means that the product of the amount of separated charges, times the distance between the charges, in whatever units were selected, is that much.
"a watershed in modern American history, a time that â¦ forever changed American social attitudes" (Robert Reinhold). Probably translation of German Wasserscheide : Wasser, water + Scheide, divide, parting. St Marcellin Champagnat was asked to treat a sick boy in a watershed. The boy know no…thing of the Churchs teaching. This inspired Champagnat to found the Marist Teaching Brothers ( Full Answer )
Stereotypically, blonds are considered stupid or air-headed. To have a blond moment is to have a moment when you make a stupid mistake or your brain stops working for a minute. You act like an airhead.
A Moment Like This is a song that talks about love and how manypeople wait forever for a perfect love and do not even recognize itwhen it is present. The song speaks of recognizing those wonderfulmoments and appreciating them.
Jesus promised His disciples that He would come again. John 14:1-3says, "Let not your heart be troubled...In My Father's house aremany mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go toprepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, Iwill come again and receive you to Myse…lf; that where I am, thereyou may be also." As the Bible says, Jesus will come again someday, and the world aswe know it will come to an end. There are many ideas and opinionsabout the end-times, but the Bible gives very few details ofexactly what will happen. Most questions do not have a clear answerin the Bible. Instead, the Bible advises us to be spirituallyprepared for judgment at any moment and to put our trust in Godthat He will make everything right in the end. ( Full Answer )
Jesus said no person knows the day or the hour of His return, not even Himself while He was here on earth. Only the Father knew at that time. We see in this that Christ allowed certain aspects of His deity to be set aside, "Who thought it not robbery to be equal with God: but made Himself of no rep…utation, and took upon Him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men." Philippians 2:6,7. Christ warned against being fooled by those who would claim to know the time of His return or that He had actually come. He said "Believe them not." Only God the Father knows when Christ will return:- Mat 24:29-31,36 KJV Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: [v. 30] And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven : and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory . [v. 31] And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other. [v.36] But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only. . Mar 13:19-27, 32-37 KJV For in those days shall be affliction, such as was not from the beginning of the creation which God created unto this time, neither shall be. [v.20] And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved : but for the elect's sake , whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days . [v. 21] And then if any man shall say to you, Lo, here is Christ; or, lo, he is there; believe him not: [v. 22] For false Christs and false prophets shall rise, and shall shew signs and wonders, to seduce, if it were possible, even the elect. [v. 23] But take ye heed: behold, I have foretold you all things. [v. 24] But in those days, after that tribulation , the sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, [v. 25] And the stars of heaven shall fall, and the powers that are in heaven shall be shaken. [v. 26] And then shall they see the Son of man coming in the clouds with great power and glory . [v. 27] And then shall he send his angels, and shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from the uttermost part of the earth to the uttermost part of heaven. [v.37] But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father. [v. 33] Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is. [v. 34] For the Son of man is as a man taking a far journey, who left his house, and gave authority to his servants, and to every man his work, and commanded the porter to watch. [v. 35] Watch ye therefore: for ye know not when the master of the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cockcrowing, or in the morning: [v. 36] Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping. [v. 37] And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch. . Jesus specifically says no man will know, and to watch and pray until that day comes. Jesus will be coming very soon. He will come when we are not expecting it. He might come this minute. He might come a minute later, a hour later. So accept Jesus into your heart (believe in him and change your ways and life) before it is too late. No one really knows when or even if he will come back, but his name is spelled either Jezus or Jesus not jessus.. well to tell you the truth its not jesus it emmanuel and when he dos retern he will have a new name and only he will know it. ( Full Answer )
An event, action, or decision that results in a significant change for a person, institution, community, country or the world.
A "moment" is a measure of how far a physical variable acts from some axis, R. For example; a water wheel is placed in a river so the force of the moving water hits the blades on the rim of the wheel and rotates it about its axis. The water force F acts near the rim . The moment of force is the forc…e F multiplied by its distance from the axis R; Moment of force = FR. This is given the name "torque". When something of mass M moves in a circle with velocity v its momentum is P = Mv and its moment of momentum is PR = MvR. This is given the name "angular momentum". Now if you multiply the mass times R you would logically call MR the moment of mass. But MR doesn't have any particular use in science so its seldom ever calculated. On the other hand the moment of the moment (called the second moment) of mass; MRR or MR^2 is a useful calculation and it is called "moment of inertia". ( Full Answer )
One thought: There are a few scriptures to consider when answering this question: Before he came to earth: * He was God's first creation(Colossians 1:15; Revelation 3:14; Proverbs 8:29+30) and God's son (Matthew 3:16, 17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21, 22). * He, therefore, was in heaven with God… before he came to earth (John 3:13)(John 8:23+42+58)(John 6:38, 62)(John 17:5+24) and was sent to earth by God (John 12:49)(John 6:38)(John 1:18) Once on earth: * He was born in Bethlehem(Luke 2:4-7)(Matthew 2:1)(Micah 5:2), but moved to Egypt with his family while still a baby(Matthew 2:13-15; Hosea 11:1) * He then moved to Nazareth of Galilee and was raised there(Luke 2:39)(Mark 1:9) ( Full Answer )
dieing Coming to Jesus would be being saved, accepting him by faith that he died and rose again and is alive so that we can live. Read the Bible for yourself and he will reveal himself to you.
the human race was in terrible condition. Jesus came to save us from our sins so that we could live eternaly with him in heaven, if of coarse we truly have followed him as best we could. as said in a very popular bible verse: "for God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son so that wh…oever may believe in him shall not perish but have ever lasting life." ---John 3:16 Alternative answer: To answer this question we need to understand the original intent God had for man. In Genesis, God creates man and gives him dominion - ruler-ship over all the earth. Now God who created the heavens and the earth (Gen 1:1) is the overall owner, a landlord of sorts, who gives man the authority to rule in His name. God, who is Lord of all, gives authority to man to rule His domain. God's original intent was not to bring a religion. God's original intent was to bring a kingdom. A kingdom is 'the rule and reign' of a king within his dominion - hence; 'king-domain' Within a kingdom, the king (God) has complete authority and can delegate that authority out to whom ever he chooses (man), for that person or persons to steward that which is given in the name of the king. In a kingdom, it's all about authority. In a kingdom I may have the power to rule over an area or territory, but unless I have authority from the king to do so, I will get arrested and imprisoned for acting outside of the will of the king. If the king does not act, but simply lets it happen, then the king is technically allowing me to have authority over that land. This is vital to know to be able to help understand. When the serpent decived Eve and then Adam into eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, he had successfully tricked man into giving over his authority. Adam should have said no and enforced his God-given right over the serpent, but in agreeing to the serpents suggestions he aligned himself under the serpents authority. That God-given authority had now passed from the man to the serpent. The original plan had ended. A new plan had to be made to return things to it's original intent (because God makes things for a purpose, not for just random use). From That moment on, God made it clear that He would crush the head of the serpent (the head represents authority - e.g. a 'headmaster' of a school is the authority of that school), but that it would be done through the seed of the woman. Now when God talks about a seed, He's talking about a process - something small that grows with time and develops until it reaches full maturity. God didn't send His son Jesus there and then, as there was a process that needed to happen first. All throughout the Old Testament, God speaks of His 'Messiah' - a chosen one who would one day bring salvation to mankind. This chosen one was no ordinary person, he had to do some very interesting things - for one, he would rule the nations with an iron sceptre. He was to be a king! An everlasting king. God uses the Jewish nation as the seed to bring forth this chosen one. The interesting thing about the Jewish nation, is that their customs, traditions and culture were instructed by God, and they all in one form or another give reference to Jesus as a type or shadow of things to come. God's seed grows and develops. He teaches them His ways. But why hadn't Jesus come yet? God's timing was perfect, He was waiting for things to be in place. When Caesar Augustus began his rule of the Roman empire, suddenly everything kicked into gear. Astronomically, signs were in the skies proclaiming the birth of a 'super-king' by the king planet, Jupiter, circling the king star, Regulus. The Roman Empire had taken control of Judea and of Jerusalem. The authority held by the Priests of the temple was taken away, as they now had to check with the Roman Governor before they could even execute a man. By why at this time? To reveal God's original plan and intent - a kingdom. Rome was very different from other kingdoms that had ever been seen before. Other kingdoms like the Babylonians would invade a city, kill it's people and take all the spoils of war back to their country/city (as demonstrated in the Jewish exile of Daniel's day). But the Romans took a different approach. They would invade a city, and then bring their culture and Roman rule to that place - they would make it 'like Rome', and the newly conquered people could become citizens of the Empire. When Jesus came, he spoke mostly about one subject - and it wasn't salvation! Matthew 5:17 gives us the first mention of his mission; 'From that time Jesus began to preach and say, "Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand"' Jesus was proclaiming a kingdom. Not a religion, but the rule and reign of heaven - of God. What that meant, was that now one had come to take back the authority taken from man and reestablish the rule and reign of God on the earth. Where ever Jesus went, he healed people, brought order back to their lives whether it be sight restored or demons driven out and that person being able to sit in his right mind. He did this as he was God as a man. He had authority as long as he stayed in the will of he king - God. Of course, this gets much much more detailed, but I'm hoping to summarise it for you. When Jesus faced Pilate, Pilate asked him if he was a king, as there had been rumours of Jesus being the king of the Jews. Jesus replies that it was for this purpose that he came. And he hadn't even been to the cross yet. You see, because Jesus lived his whole life under the authority of God, never stepped out of God's will and never gave his authority away like Adam did, he was not under the same curse as Adam - to die. So when he gave himself up on the cross, death literally had no power over him, and after 3 days had to let him raise again! By doing this, he not only obeyed his Father (God) in everything he did, but because there was no authority to keep him in death, he successfully took back the authority taken by the serpent from Adam. The serpent didn't have the authority to stop it. So now, Jesus holds the authority to rule and reign over the earth. This is where he Roman Empire model comes in. Jesus gives his authority to those who are submitted to his will - those who have willingly (not forced!) aligned themselves under the authority of Jesus. That authority is used to bring God's ruler-ship back to the earth, to bring Godly order back to people's lives and steward God's domain. Because of Jesus, people can become citizens of his kingdom by aligning themselves with his will - the king's will. Now, just like the Roman Empire, God's plan wasn't to go and force people into submission Jesus' disciples/citizens are to go and bring that kingdom influence to the world - which is God's domain, not by killing everything and dragging the spoils of their war back to their church, but by going into a place and influencing it with Godly culture and principles, to walk with integrity, to value others and to bring Godly order the the domain around them. In Exodus, God tells Moses that his plan is to make 'a kingdom of priests'. In Revelation, the last book of the bible, God proclaims that He has made for himself 'a kingdom of priests'. A priest is someone who ministers to God, aligns himself under God's authority and proclaims God's words to the people. He brings Glory to God. So why did Jesus come when he did? He couldn't come before, as there wasn't a good representation of kingdom, and God had to demonstrate His ways - that He was a loving Father to the people who valued them and wanted to save them and give them great things as any good father would do, but that He was also a mighty King who was to be obeyed. God's seed that He spoke about at the beginning had grown fully, and because of it, we can now eat the good fruit from a matured and solid Jesus Christ. ( Full Answer )
The moment of inertia is a tensor relating the angular velocity to the energy in angular motion and the angular momentum of a rigid body, and the angular acceleration to the torque. Roughly speaking, it is to angular motion what mass is to linear motion. The formula can be found at http://en.wik…ipedia.org/wiki/Moment_of_inertia . ( Full Answer )
Jesus' most challenging moments came during His forty days in the wilderness when He was tempted in various ways by the Devil, and also in the Garden of Gesthemane prior to his arrest, suffering, and death.
To die on the cross and pay for our sins so that we could have eternal life and not all go to hell. He had to experience what is was like as a human die for us and then he told others about God while he was in hell. He basically died for us because the wages of sin is death we are all sinners and we… need forgivenes. ( Full Answer )
One of the meanings of the word "spur" is "to impose or force an event or action to occur". Thus, the phrase "on the spur of the moment" would mean "to force an event to occur immediately" , as in the following example:. "Having spent hours on his computer, little Jackie realized that he was was…ting his life just sitting there, accomplishing nothing, so, on the spur of the moment , he turned the machine off, and ran outside to find friends to play with.". ( Full Answer )
They say that there's not a lot you can do to change the length of your life, but there is a lot you can do to change its width and depth. Live the moment is one way of saying take full advantage of right now. Take a chance. Dare to raise your heart rate. After all, you only live twice, and the f…irst time's only temporary. If you pay attention to what's going on around you now - "live the moment" - you will enjoy things a lot better than if you spend all your time thinking about the past or worrying about the future. ( Full Answer )
When Jesus was praying to his Father. when Jesus was with Mary and Joseph his parents. When Jesus was with kids, his disciples, his circle of friends. When Jesus was with the sick people, poor people, hungry people. When Jesus was with Martha and Mary after the death of his friend Lazarus. when Jesu…s was in the kingdom of His Father in the resurrection. When Jesus is with us when we receive communion. When we recognize him in the person of others.... ( Full Answer )
Although I suspect this isn't what you were looking for, according to scripture Jesus came "in the fullness of time," which is to say, when everything was prepared and ready for God's mighty act of salvation in Christ Jesus. On a more local focus, no one knows when Jesus was born. There are suggesti…ons that it may have been in the spring, but those guesses can only be made based on assumptions about other things. One of those is that the star seen by the wise men had been a comet, so scientists programmed a computer to search the skies around AD 0000. They came up with Jesus being born in 4 BC! (I find that amusing.) It is also fairly certain that Jesus was not born on December 25, 0000. Because no one knows when he was born, the church established December 25 as a day to celebrate his birth. That date was chosen by the western church because it was a festival day for pagans, and missionaries found it more productive to "baptize" a date already being used to celebrate light and life, than to try to create something else from whole cloth (so to speak). Eastern churches actually celebrate Christmas on January 6. ( Full Answer )
The moment of truth is that moment when the truth comes out. It'swhen you see if you are right or wrong, or if something is going towork out or not.
It means that your mad and then you get over it. Improve above answer.....It could mean something as serious as an emotional problem such as bi-polar disorder if it occurs on a regular basis. ^ I have to agree. I have that "problem" and I am like that all the time (:(
his is not correct. Jesus said that no one comes to the father but through me.
If someone tells you he or she has "too much on at the moment" it probably is a shortened way of saying "too much GOING on at the moment". If it's in the context of explaining a personal tendency towards avoiding a person that they've been "going with", it's usually a vague way of saying "My attenti…on has too many things distracting it to be able to focus on you now". It is my experience that no matter what someone's living situation is, or job situation is, if there is a person someone's in love with, and still attracted to, time is always available for that person. It only becomes unavailable when there's another person in the picture that is serving as a distraction. It may be temporary or permanent, but odds are, it does not bode well for a relationship if this is getting said. ( Full Answer )
People who believe in Jesus who haven't seen him believe by faith and are blessed as opposed with people who actually walked with him, having had an extra reason to believe. It's easier to believe what you see than what you don't see.
It means that you're a follower of Jesus Christ, you believe that he is the Son of God, that the bible is God's word (and that all in it, being God's word, is true), and try to follow it as closely as possible. As for how it became applied to the followers, I'll simply say that his name was Jesus… Christ, and so the following of him is Christianity... ( Full Answer )
Yes Jesus will return again in the end times, or fullness of time. For the final judgment of mankind.
All things (bodies) in the world we perceive as something whole entity. Therefore it exists some internal forces and moments which keep detected rigidity. From this point of view for each external factor it must be presented some internal factor with the opposite direction according III Newton L…aw. For example, external point force provokes internal reaction. The last is reason of Bending Moment (like Force) definition in applied mechanics. The principle is very simple: Action - Opposite Action. ( Full Answer )
I could be something that you heard about or read about It doesn't mean anything in particular. This is called DÃ©jÃ Vu
When talking about a movement of a force and state variegationsprinciple of movements are just saying that this is a animal thatrelocates often.
It means make the most of each day; live as if you were to die tomorrow. x
Jesus is 3 people : The father (God), The son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit (the thing that is inside you that talks to you like it is not good to do that or you're doing the right thing!) He is all 3 of those people which seems quite strange, but he is God and he can do or be anything. He was a spir…it at first in heaven then he came down as a man to earth to get more followers and to die on the cross for our sins. He died on the cross and went in the tomb for 3 days (those days he was in hell and the devil did bad things to him and he could have gotten angels to get him out of there but he loves us so very much he didn't). After the 3 days he went back to heaven! Jesus is the Son of God. He was born of a virgin, Mary, and lived a perfect life. When he was 30, he began teaching to the people in the area and gained disciples. After 3 years of ministry, He was crucified and died, and on the third day He rose again. These actions atoned for the sins of the world and proved that He is God. Jesus was born in Bethlehem, which is near Jerusalem. However when He was young his parents moved to a town called Nazareth in Galilee, still in Israel. ( Full Answer )
A much awaited moment is a moment that you have been waiting for, anticipating, or looking forward to for a long time or what may seem like a long time.
The only time that it is recorded that Jesus said this, is in response to a question from two of his disciples as to where he was staying, and his answer is to your question too: Master,) where dwellest thou? He saith unto them, Come and see. They came and saw where he dwelt, and abode with hi…m that day: for it was about the tenth hour. (John 1.38,39) ( Full Answer )
Jesus said that He would come back to bring His church to be with Him in heaven. Coming back means that He was already here, so . . . He came, He left, and He's coming back again.
He was and is God and the son of God, and he came from heaven.
when someone says mark this moment to you.it means that the happenings of that moment will make a impact in future or it brings a important turn.
Did Jesus have the second coming in mind when He predicted His coming on clouds or did this saying have a different meaning?
Jesus knew that His seven-year "earthly ministry" would be a "two-parter." He knew that the first part would be cut off in the midst of it after 3 1/2 years by His "sacrifice." That was the reason He came the "first time." And He knew that He would be returning the second time... not as a "sac…rificial Lamb"... but as earth's returning King with Power and Glory. He revealed it to His hometown people "in church" one day, shortly after He began to preach the Kingdom of God. The scroll of Isaiah that He was handed contained Isaiah's inspired prophecy, that rolled both parts of Jesus' ministry into one, of which the people were unaware. Jesus only read the prophecy up to the end of the first part... and stopped reading where the second part began. The first part read: "...He found the place where it is written: 'The Spirit of the Lord is on Me, because He has anointed Me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent Me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor.' Then He rolled up the scroll , gave it back to the attendant and sat down. "The eyes of everyone in the synagogue were fastened on Him, and He began by saying to them, ' TODAY THIS SCRIPTURE IS FULFILLED IN YOUR HEARING .'" (Luke 4:17-21 NIV) If Jesus would have kept on reading... He would have delved into the second part [the second 3 1/2 year phase] of His seven-year ministry -- His return to take over the rulership of earth from Satan-guided man. Isaiah's passage goes on to say from; [... to proclaim the year of the LORD's favor ..."]: "... and THE DAY OF VENGEANCE OF OUR GOD , to comfort all who mourn, and provide for those who grieve in Zion -- to bestow on them a Crown of Beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, and a garment of Praise instead of a spirit of despair..." (Isa.61:2-3 NIV). Jesus knew why He came... to remove all sin from the earth... and to save it from Satan's perverted rule. But, He first had to "redeem man" from his god's clutches -- which meant, He had to DIE FOR THEM. For if He failed to complete the first phase of His ministry... there would be no second part. The Words of the Bible are "Jesus' Words." He is the "WORD of God" [the LOGOS; the Spokesman for His Father in heaven -- see John 1]. And no one knows Scripture better than He does. He knew and knows all the prophecies that reveal the time of His coming to earth as its King. His mention of "clouds" is repeated throughout Scripture. The Scriptures tell us that the earth will be darkened by clouds prior to Jesus coming back to earth in WRATH. It's the sun-like " brightness of His coming " that shall split the clouds for all the nations on earth to see... so that there will be no mistaking it. "...for the Day of the Lord cometh , for it is nigh at hand; a day of darkness and of gloominess, a DAY OF CLOUDS and of thick darkness..." (Joel 2:1-2). "The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood [see also; Rev.6, seal 6], BEFORE the Great and the Terrible DAY OF THE LORD come." (verse 31) Jesus had exactly His "second coming" in mind when He spoke of "clouds." " Immediately AFTER the Tribulation of those days SHALL THE SUN BE DARKENED , and THE MOON SHALL NOT GIVE HER LIGHT , and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: and THEN shall appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven: and THEN shall ALL THE TRIBES OF THE EARTH MOURN , and THEY SHALL SEE the Son of Man COMING IN THE CLOUDS OF HEAVEN with POWER AND GREAT GLORY ." (Matt.24:29-30) Answer: When Jesus told Caiaphas and the court that condemned him to death that he was the Son of Man who would come "on the clouds of heaven" he was not speaking of his second coming but the coming judgment of Jerusalem (Matthew 26:63-64) As Caiaphas and the court well knew, clouds were a common Old Testament symbol pointing to God as the sovereign judge of the nations. In the words of Isaiah, "See, the Lord rides on a swift cloud and is coming to Egypt. The idols of Egypt tremble before him, and the hearts of the Egyptians melt within them" (Isaiah 19:1). Like the Old Testament prophets, Jesus employs clouds to warn his hearers that as judgment fell on Egypt, so would judgment soon befall Jerusalem. ( Full Answer )
in random movement of electrons more may end up on one side of the molecule than the other, creating a temporary negative charge on that side. this is a dipole moment. an induced dipole is a nearby molecule whose electrons are repelled by the negative charge on the dipole, creating a negative charge… on the opposite side (and positive charge on side near dipole). ( Full Answer )
It means something magical. " My secret crush ran over to me, and kissed me on the cheek. That was a magical moment!":)
Hes referring to the sin nature of mankind. The part of us that we have before salvation. (We also keep this after salvation, but are discouraged to embrace it.) Sin nature is also referred to as "flesh" or "fleshly things" or "earthly things."
Jesus came from heaven. Jesus is eternal and has been forever. At the appointed time Jesus came to earth born as a human baby so that He could die for mankind's sin. That was His primary mission. While He was on earth He showed mankind what the Father in heaven was like as Jesus and the father are t…he same (Both are God). After Jesus died on the cross for our sin and was buried and then resurrected the third day, He spent 40 days on earth showing Himself to certain persons proving that He had resurrected from the dead and then He was taken back up into heaven to be with the Father and to be our High Priest, ministering to us from there. When He left He sent the Holy Spirit to dwell in believers and be their helper/comforter. Jesus is coming back again some day soon. Are you ready for Him to return? You need to be "Born Again" into God's family in order to go to heaven. Just being good or working your way to heaven will not work. Romans 10: 9-10 tells us, "That if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation." ( Full Answer )
One definition of the phrase to mesmerize the moment is to take control of an audience or to captivate your listeners and have them spell bound or enthralled by your words and speech.
From this moment means from this point forward. Nothing included from the past but focus on everything in the future. An example could be, "From this moment on no one will be allowed to leave their desk unless they are given permission."
Shallow moments might refer to a moment when a person makes adecision that seems shallow. For example a person might have ashallow moment when he or she chooses a date just by the person'slooks.
John 7:1-9 The Jewish Feast of Tabernacles was at hand in Jerusalem and Jesus' unbelieving brothers asked Him why are you waiting around, go to the feast. Jesus answered them saying "My time has not come yet." In other words Jesus was completely dependant on the Father's direction and the Father had… not told Him to go to Jerusalem. (Jesus was in constant contact with the Father and obeyed Him). In the first verse we are told that the Jews sought to kill Jesus. Jesus knew that a time was coming for Him to die on the cross of Calvary, but this was not the time. Jesus answered, "But your time is always ready". The unbelieving brothers were not under God's time table, they didn't even believe so they could do whatever. Their time was any time. ( Full Answer )
The meaning of clockwise movement is movement in the same directionof the hands of a clock, or in a circle from left to right.Anticlockwise movement is movement in a circle from right to left.
Take a moment to think about a point would help you understand the depth and meaning of that point.
There are two words I can think of regarding time in a moment. . now = time at this moment . then = time at that moment