Greetings to all of you!
Having commemorated Jesus death and resurrection, we are reminded that Jesus chose to go through all He did for us in order to restore us back into fellowship with God (John 3:16). However, even though God very much wants us restored back into His family, He still gives us the option whether to choose or reject His offer.
To accept His gift of eternal life, we acknowledge that we are totally helpless to save ourselves because of our sinful condition (Romans 3:23); and hence, we are totally dependent on Jesus Christ to save us through His perfect and complete work of redemption completed on the cross of cavalry 2000 years ago.
In gratefulness for His abundant blessings, we ask Him to take the position of Lord of our lives and ask Him to help us be obedient to Him and make us more and more like Him in all aspects of our lives (Romans 10:9). If this sounds complicated and you can only manage a prayer that sounds like “Help!”, you can be sure that God will honor that.
If we choose to reject God’s offer, He never retracts His offer and He doesn’t ever give up on us! Jesus taught, “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened unto you” (Matthew 7:7). If you ask God to help you to find Him, He will honor your request.
However, please realize that in rejecting God’s offer, we are choosing to continue to live in dangerous territory. A good read that might help is Mark Cahill’s book, One Heartbeat Away: Your Journey into Eternity.
An excellent web site to checkout is Ray Comfort’s and Kirk Cameron’s www.WayOfTheMaster.com where you can get answers to some questions that you may have. And please, by all means, keep coming back here. With God’s help, we should have more resources for you to explore.
We pray for God’s abundant blessings to result in wisdom, knowledge, understanding, discernment, and fulfilment in your life through His truth as recorded in His love letters to us, the Bible. We read in James 1:5, “If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him.”
Thank you for visiting our site! Until next time, blessings to all of you!