Compassion is all about understanding the sufferings of people around us and considering those pains and grief to be ours and helping them to get freedom from their struggles. Each of our words, a smile or a touch that is filled with compassion will bring a greater difference in their lives. Let us be someone who brings the people out from bondages and pain through our compassionate acts.
A promise is made by someone to do something without any obligation. It is up to him to decide whether to do it or not. It is the will of God to abundantly bless the world and His followers. God is love, and it is His character to unconditionally and sacrificially love all of creation – that is Agape Love or Divine Love. God’s promises operate in the same way.
The Lord Jesus Christ said in scripture, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid” John 14: 27. This is something to shout about! You must understand that the Lord has given you His peace. He gave you His peace not as the world gives its peace. That peace is inside your spirit, you have to stir up from within.
The love of God is much different in scripture versus to how the world defines love by secular terms. As a human, to get love, love needs to be expressed and showed. As an expression of love, we tattoo the names of our loved ones and we never ashamed of others seeing it. John 3:16 clearly shows us what love means to God? “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
We get the word apocalypse from apokalupsis. It is found in the Bible in Revelations 1:1 for the revelation (apokalupsis or apocalypse) of Jesus. Then it means that it’s the apocalypse of Jesus Christ, which is also the revelation of Jesus Christ. The word apocalypse isn’t supposed to be so much focused on the doomsday of all of the creation but focused on the revelation of who the man Jesus Christ is as God and Savior.