7:03 AM Does Jesus know you?

Is it possible to be haunted by the bible? When I say this I'm not talking of ghouls and ghost types of haunting... I mean something that causes you to consistently focus and gaze into as if you needed to watch out. Does the bible share that we need to be concerned for ourselves? Does it say anything that should cause us to be obsessed with it's words in a way that causes us to tremble? Or is everything peachy? Seriously. In the book of Ephesians Paul writes from prison exalting God! He writes a letter full of praise and worship. He writes a letter that exalts and lifts up an understanding of Christ. He challenges us to abandon the most filthy part of ourselves and encourages us to look towards, to run after the promise of our highest potential in Jesus... He says that He (Jesus) is seated at the right hand of the Father. What is that? What Paul is getting at is; here is salvation by grace through faith, including the unity and purpose of the church. Paul then follows this by inspiring us to turn this teaching to application. He displays for us what unity looks like and how God led ministry functions in the body of Christ. Paul parallels the sin of this world with his conviction that Jesus Christ can free us to become like "light in the Lord." Paul paints this picture for us of a loving and Godly marriage, and compares it to Christ and His church. Paul concludes by calling us out to become who we are! He says for us to put on the whole armor of God and to struggle in prayer for victory! Amazing! But why does Paul say these things? What is the real issue he is trying to get at?




I came across these videos... I accidentally played them at the same time.... I'm glad I did.... if you watch these, start them at the same time...