“What is the greatest miracle God can do?” – BCC’s 2017 Easter Conference
Hearing about the incredible hope of the gospel broadens our understanding of the dimensions of the possibilities in Christ.
“The greatest miracle is what God can do in us!” This is the theme that began BCC’s 98th Easter Conference.
Some 9000 participants from 37 countries were present at Brunstad in Norway during the Easter long weekend, gathering for fellowship with likeminded Christians, and to receive help for their personal lives through God’s Word.
“We know that He can do miracles in creation; He can do miracles in our bodies, freeing us from sickness and need. But the greatest miracle is through the transforming power that He performs in your inner manThe outer man is our physical body while we are here on the earth. Our inner man is our everlasting spirit and soul. (Romans 7:22; 2 Corinthians 4:16; Ephesians 3:16; Matthew 10:28)... More! You come into a process that transforms you from being a human being to being a partaker of divine nature – His nature. (2 Peter 1:3-4) That is the greatest miracle of all!”
Kaare J. Smith, the leader of BCC, speaks from the podium at the first meeting of the conference on Good Friday.
“Jesus has opened a new and living way, so that we can partake of the same life as disciples of Him. (Hebrews 10:20; 2 Peter 1:4) We can be liberated from the sin that we have been bound to right from the Fall. Now it is possible! ‘Therefore if the Son makes you free, you are free indeed.’ John 8:36. Free from what? Free from sin, free from the love of money, free from pride, free from being offended!”
This is the liberating gospel that binds the body of ChristThe body of Christ is made up of all of those who give their lives to serve God in order to come to the fullness of Christ. They work in the ministry that He has appointed them, which differs from person to person, for the edification of themselves and others to bring all to unity. It is made up of... More together. It is possible to dwell in unity when each member is in a development to become free from sin! And we experience that to a greater degree, each time we come together at the conferences.
Explore how God’s Word challenges and empowers us to live 100% according to His will, so we no longer need to fall in sin, but can come to a life of victory.
This booklet is based on Paul’s words in Galatians 2:20: “I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me …” Here Elias Aslaksen explains what this means and how the reader can have the same testimony as Paul in their own life.