For most Christians God is an omnipotent being. He is the alpha and the omega. He is the beginning and the end. And while there are some instances in the Old Testament where He is portrayed as a vengeful God, He is and will always be a God of pure and unconditional love.
Being a good Christian can be quite a challenge. This is because there are so many obstacles that could derail your spiritual journey. Mass media has created a culture of loose morals that threaten to make you steer away from God’s light. But don’t worry, you can still follow the straight and narrow path that God has set for you.
God’s love—it often goes unnoticed. Frequently we look for the kind of love from people we forcibly appoint to, to fill that missing void we thought they can fill to the brim, but in reality, it’s only God’s love that can keep our cups full and contented. It’s not the approval and applause from other people but the love of God alone that was portrayed on the cross two thousand years ago.
The common flock’s Christian perspective gradually shifts the modern view of Jesus as generations flip from one over the other. In the books of Matthew and Luke in the New Testament, Jesus was praying alone with His disciples when He asked what people thought of Him.