If you’ve seen the film Noah (or even if you haven’t), you might find it hard to picture God as a Father who is always loving, always good. How can He be? It’s a fair question. James Jordan provides a great answer in this message… Part 1 Part 2 Source: Vista Assembly
The gospel isn’t about being educated in christian things, or learning how to act in a certain way. Mimicking the actions and behavior of Jesus without a connection to the Father is missing the point of what he was about, and sent here for.
Ron Mainse speaks with James and Denise Jordan about the importance in all of our lives to have love from a Father and how we can have that love even with the absence of a Father. Source: 100huntley via YouTube