The Christian life isn’t static. Paul gives an example of how we are to pray for more of God’s wisdom, love, knowledge, revelation, and power.
Christ has freed us from the curse of the law, so now we can by faith.
Christ suffered Hell (the wrath of and separation from God) for our sake. Christians can now, in gratitude, endure any hardship in this life for His sake.
Christians have a new identity, as a member of the body of Christ. We are no longer individuals, but part of something bigger.
Our universe operates on absolutes. Thankfully truth is not subjective but objective. God has made truth something we can come to understand in our godly pursuits.
In Matthew 28:16-20, Jesus takes his disciples to a mountaintop and reveals a promise that holds true today.