Today's Devotion

The Lord Be with You

  • April 20, 2018 | John 20:23

The Dominus vobiscum, which is Latin for “The Lord be with you,” is an ancient Christian salutation. It has been part of many worship services as a pronouncement of blessing, and the phrase comes from the Latin translation of several Scripture passages, including Numbers 14:42, Ruth 2:4, and 2 Chronicles 15:2.

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Both the Nicene and Chalcedonian Creeds affirm that Jesus came down from heaven and took to Himself a human nature “for us and for our salvation.” The reason for this act, also known as the Incarnation, was that Jesus could reconcile us to God by His life, death, and resurrection on our behalf. For this reason, the doctrine of the Incarnation is inseparable from the doctrine of atonement.

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