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Talking about Jesus?

To a decaying World!

Many believers I meet tell me that it is getting more difficult to share our faith in God, because the world wants their god to fit in to their ideas of who and what He is rather than us fitting into His will!

That is a tough area to be in, while most people today do not want to hear either about God or religion and yet there is so much unhappiness and despair!

The problem with religion is that there has been a failure to preach the gospel and many people believe that to be a Christian is just to follow the rules of we must not do this or that, steal, murder, commit adultery, be good living people and go to Church on a regular basis?

John 3:18-21,   1 Timothy 1:13-15,    2 Timothy 3:10,    James 2:5,    Revelation 2:13.

EASTER. Part-Two.

‘As Judas took the Bread, Satan entered into him.’

Jesus knew that Judas from Iscariot was the man who would betray Him and yet despite this knowledge, He knew that this was the plan of His Father God to go to the cross.

Jesus still knows our thoughts, many people who claim to be Christians think they can get away with things, they can live as the world lives. But they are very mistaken in thinking that God does not know.

John 13:21-29, Genesis 6:5, Psalm 10:4, Matthew 12:25, Mark 7:21, Hebrews 4:12.

The Fear of God. Part One.

In the past humanity was left to its own devices, to devise it’s own gods and laws to govern the people. When we look at those ancient stone structures that scatter many lands, we wonder what did the people who built those believed in? Leviticus 26:1, Romans 1:22-26, 1 Corinthians 10:20.

God did allow them to create their own ideas and they were enabled to see Him at work in the natural world around them, which if they acknowledged helped them live right lives. But now that time is over, because the Son of God Jesus, the Jewish Messiah and Savior of all men has been revealed. So no-one is without excuse to believe in Him. Acts 4:12, John 3:16-21.

Man once feared the wind, the lightning in the sky, the roaring Sea. But now we need to fear that we will not be cut off from God for eternity.

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