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TRUST JESUS TODAY
If you doubt ANYTHING, written in Gods word,
then you are DOUBTING God! Since this would be "outside of faith" it would be sin!
Trusting GOD/ GODS WORD
If you were a preacher, and was standing before a
million Christians, and you asked this question.
How many of you, trust GOD?
Every hand, would probably be raised. Then, if you
followed up with this question.
How many of you believe, and trust that EVERY word
written in the Holy Bible, is the truth of GOD?
It is sad to say, but NOT every hand would go up.
Why is this? The answer is because too many have
heard men say " The Bible was written by men and
not GOD". What these nay-sayers forget, is that
EVERY WORD, was inspired by GOD! GOD CANNOT LIE!
How can someone say that they trust GOD, and NOT
trust GODS WORD? To doubt GODS word, is to doubt
HIM! First John states that " In the beginning was
the WORD, and the word was with GOD, and the word
was GOD". 100% of EVERY prophecy (about JESUS)
which is around three hundred, and was written,
in the old testament, BEFORE JESUS, was born,
became 100% truth! No other book was ever written
that foretold the future, has even come close to
this kind of accuracy. What possibly could make
anyone think, that the New Testament prophecies
will not become 100% truth? The answer is doubt,
the people that doubt the 100% truth of the whole
bible, are also doubting GOD. The word says that
"pray as though you believe that you will receive,
doubting nothing". If there is any doubt in your
heart about GOD, or GODS WORD, GOD, knows it! You
may tell HIM, in prayer that you believe in HIM,
but if you doubt ANYTHING, said in HIS word, HE
knows that you are doubting HIM. Doubt is like
fear, fear is of men, and not of GOD. The ONLY
fear, we are to have is the "fear of GOD". For
proverbs says that to "fear GOD, is the beginning
of wisdom". If you want to increase your faith in
GOD, then start by increasing your faith, in HIS
word! If you do not believe this, then ASK HIM!
There are many study tools for finding out what
the word says, about almost any subject. You can
use "word search" or " scripture search" tools at
places like www.bible.com and find out how GOD
feels about many subjects. Learn to use the word
of GOD, as the ONLY final authority of truth,
because it is absolute! There are no (double-
minded sayings in scriptures. If you are unsure
about the meanings of what is being said, then ask
GOD, to give you understanding, about them. I did!
and HE did. Let the word of GOD, interpret itself.
In other words, use it as a guide to understand
what it is saying. If you rely on a man's
interpretation, of what it means, you may, or may
not, get the answer 100% correct. I say this not
to make you doubt your preachers interpretations,
but simply for the sake of doing what the word
says do. "Let no man deceive you", this is written
for the sake of truth, the LORD wants YOU, to see
for yourself, what HE has to say! When a person
starts believing that "Nothing is impossible, for
GOD, then they should also believe that nothing is
impossible for a man of faith, with GODS spirit
living in him. Take GODS words to heart, wear them
as you would wear a gold necklace, for they ARE
the key to life more abundant on earth, and to
eternal life. When you know what the word says,
then nothing satan can throw at you will ever
do you harm, cause you can do as JESUS did, throw
at satan "It is written" ect, for he knows that
"what is written" is GODS truth, it IS, the final
word, for like GOD, it changes NOT.
Blessings to you all in JESUS CHRIST'S name!
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