What is the purpose of human life? This is a deeply personal question that all humans ponder, whether consciously or subconsciously. Solomon, a wise king of ancient Israel, attributed this quest for purpose to God putting eternity in the hearts of human beings (Eccl. 3:11). This eternity has been described as “a divinely implanted sense of a purpose working through the ages which nothing under the sun but God alone can satisfy” (The Amplified Bible).
If we want to understand God's will for us, we first need to be clear regarding what God's will is for Himself. The more we know God, the more we know His desires and what His will is. This must come before we can have a clear understanding of God's will for our lives or regarding situations we are going through.
The whole world is full of chaos. It is a system that generates constant anxiety, and this anxiety is increasing exponentially. Besides the anxiety produced by the pandemic, there is now an ongoing war with its suffering and the unknown impact it will have on the entire world. People are looking for deliverance but do not know how to find it. For deliverance, we must know Jesus Christ in His ascension.
When most people think about war, they mainly focus on the physical nature of war – the battles and destruction of lives and property that take place. But there is more to war than simply physical conflict.
A Christian believes in Jesus Christ and is a person in whom Jesus Christ lives. All Christians have a core set of beliefs that are based on the Bible, this is the common Christian faith. These beliefs include the following matters regarding God, the Bible, Christ, salvation, and eternity.
As we live our life, we will all experience sickness, aging, and ultimately death. When we die, nothing is left. Although the most successful people may leave behind a legacy, what do they have once they are no longer alive? At this point everything that was accomplished and accumulated is vanity. We must conclude that human life is hopeless, yet we are all still looking for hope. There is one person we can place our hope in who has passed every qualification and test, who is eternally secure – it is God. Find out how God can be your hope.