If Jesus be for us it is more than the world against us. I write this insight for those who find peace and happiness in being a follower of Christ. For those who are not Christian; I love you with all my heart and greet you with a promise.
"Once you decide to follow my Saviour Jesus Christ by allowing Him to come in your heart, you realize He has died for your sins, has risen from the dead, and You start to live for Christ; You will see The true meaning of triumphant living."
God is not a respecter of persons. He doesn't hold one above another. The rain falls and it falls on the heads of all. Rich or poor, white, or brown, black, or whatever you may be.
I write this in a time of increasing chaos in America and abroad. To The Believers I say keep the faith. Your faith in The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob makes the difference. God sent His only Begotten Son for us. He loves to show us His Mercy and Grace. He wants us to choose Him with our free will and worship Him for He is worthy of The Highest Praise.
The Scriptures say "The Father seeketh for such to worship Him." He wants TRUE WORSHIPERS. Ones who worship Him In spirit and in truth. He wants us to open the door for the lost. He wants us to reach down to the needy and lift them up on their feet so they can see Christ in us and draw nigh to HIM.
I say to all writers on FW, remember what is the Gospel of Jesus Christ if we are not willing to spread it everywhere we go? What use is the Gospel if We are not willing to live for the Gospel and Die for The Gospel of Jesus Christ?
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Jared, this is a good, thoughtful article. We Christians in America, the land of the free, have no problem with the "living for Jesus" part, it's the "dying for Jesus", part that we have a hard time digesting. Yet the Scriptures are clear on this matter of living and dying. We must be prepared to not only to live for him but die for him, the One who was willing to die for all. God's Word shows us how to do both! Thank God!