City You Live In: (Add closest Major City in Parentheses)
State You Live In:
NORTH CAROLINA NC
Living For God Deliverance Ministries International
College Attended (optional):
Black World Barber College
About Me: (Ministry Info, Hobbies, Fav. Music etc.)
I started off as a child in the Baptist Ministry, and as time went on God shifted me in the 5 fold ministries where I've saw the power of God flow so awsome in my life. I thank God for plugging me in to the place where he has called for me to be. And I also pray that I will be able to be a blessing unto the body of Christ, by being a good role model to the body of believers.
Thank you for your past comments, Apostle Clark - they have given me great inspiration and the strength to continue to move forward - despite manifold opposition! May the Lord continue to bless you and to keep you!
The Great Mystery of godliness which the Apostle Paul reminds us of is "God manifested in flesh" (I Timothy 3:16), and throughout the Bible, Christ is represented as a Person having two natures, one divine - the other human. In His incarnation He became the possessor of a true humanity in union with His eternal deity. As God, He did not enter a human body or join Himself to man. He became Man, that is, He belonged to the stock of humanity when, as the Word, He became flesh (John 1:14). Of the unity of two natures in one Person, Dr. Louis Berkhof writes:
"Christ has a human nature, but He is not a human person. The Person of the Mediator is the unchangeable Son of God. In the Incarnation He did not change into a human person; neither did He adopt a human person. He simply assumed, in addition to His divine nature, a human nature, which did not develop into an independent personality, but became personal in the Person of the Son of God."
At His incarnation Christ added to His already existing divine nature a human nature, and became the God- Man. At our regeneration, there was added to our already existing human nature, a divine nature and we thus became partakers of the divine nature (II Peter 1:4). Thus, like Christ, every true Christian is divine-human.