In Christian thought, the idea of righteousness contains both a permanent and a changing element. The fixed element is the will to do right; the changing factor is the conception of what may be right at different times and under different circumstances.
ETERNAL LIFE IN THE OLD TESTAMENT: Men of faith who “walked with God,” such as Noah, Enoch, and Job
Let us begin with a brief overview of the book of like because there is little doubt that Abel, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Sarah, Rahab, Ruth, Esther, and other Old Testament people are written in the book of life.
What Does the Bible Really Say About Reconciliation?
The Bible teaches that reconciliation is the process of bringing two parties who were separated or in conflict back into a state of harmony and unity. This can happen on a personal level, such as reconciling with a friend or family member, or on a larger scale, such as reconciling nations or groups of people. In the New Testament, the concept of reconciliation is closely tied to the message of Jesus and the work of the Holy Spirit. Jesus came to bring reconciliation between God and humanity, which was made possible through his death on the cross. He reconciled us to God by taking upon himself the punishment for our sins, so that we could be forgiven and reconciled to God. This reconciliation is offered to all people, regardless of their background or circumstances, and is available to anyone who believes in Jesus and repents of their sins.