What does Jesus say about rejecting him?
“He who believes in the Son has everlasting life; and he who does not believe the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God abides on him” (John 3:36). The only way to salvation is acceptance of Christ as Savior. The way to Hell is rejection of Him. “There is salvation in no one else” (Acts 4:12, ESV).
What happens when you disobey God’s calling?
It may be too late for you to repent. God will forgive you and restore you again. But if you continue to disobey and live in sin, God’s anger will descend on you like king Manasseh. That could be fatal.
What happens when you ignore God?
Ignoring our connection with the Lord and choosing not to abide in Him would mean missing out on His plan and the fruit of the Spirit. As a result, we shortchange ourselves out of fulfilling the purpose for which He created us—glorifying Him. And remember, we eventually will be held accountable for our actions.
Why did Jesus brothers not believe him?
The Gospel of John states that Jesus’ adelphoi did not believe in him, because he would not perform miracles with them at the Feast of Tabernacles.
Who was rejected in the Bible?
Joseph Was Rejected
And speaking of family rejection, is there a better example in Scripture than Joseph’s story? It starts in Genesis 37 with jealousy and a dream. In fact, Joseph’s brothers hated him so much that they plotted to kill him.
Is disobedience to God a sin?
Now it is included among God’s precepts that one should obey his superiors. And so the disobedience by which one disobeys his superior’s commands is likewise a mortal sin, in the sense that it is contrary to love of God—this according to Romans 13:2 (“He who resists those powers resists God’s ordination”).
What is the biblical definition of disobedience?
: refusal or neglect to obey.
Who in the Bible disobeyed God?
Adam and Eve live together in Paradise (or what the Bible calls the Garden of Eden) until they disobey God by eating fruit from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.