Sometimes, as Christians, we doubt. And sometimes our emotions can get the best of us. But we can manage our thoughts and it is our job to take our thoughts into captivity.
What happens when we sin too much and for too long? Does God forget about us? Do we lose our chance at salvation? Can we still be forgiven?
I am Hindu by birth. Like all Hindus my family used to worship idols, but I believe in Jesus. My family knows it, and they scold me often, but I know Jesus has helped me in many ways. Still, I am not faithful to him. He is the living God yet I have never met Him. Let me see Him and be confirmed He is the true living God, or it would be the same as the Hindu gods. Let me tell my family that Jesus is real and that I have met Him.
Check out Eduardo’s obstacle-filled journey to Jesus. What an amazing God we serve.
I witnessed how my mother suffered in every situation. But the worst thing my father did was sexually abuse me several times. Since then I became quiet and I never told anyone because I felt better if no one knew. And I kept asking myself how a heartless father could do this to his child. He was supposed to protect me but I felt like he was killing me softly.
Brandon Duncan just sent in his testimony and I liked it. So here it is. It’s a clear demonstration of our God’s immense grace.
We can’t even begin to tell you how many people have contacted us thinking they’ve committed the unpardonable sin. So many people feel that their hearts are hardened, that they’ve lost the Holy Spirit, that there’s no hope for them any longer . . .
We have one thing to say about this. If you want to return to God, He will accept you. Your heart isn’t too hard. You haven’t gone too far.
All that the Father gives me will come to me, and whoever comes to me I will never cast out.
John 6:37 (ESV)
Natacha sent in her testimony about three years ago. That’s how far behind I am. Really. But here it is.
It’s a unique story. It covers quite a bit of ground. It strikes me that we don’t hear of her conversion. We just hear, at the end, what she believes. Surely there was a moment when God changed her, but unfortunately it’s not included in the testimony.
But we do know, from reading the end, that Natacha understands that the only way to fulfillment is through Jesus Christ. And that is the whole point. Only He provides meaning. Only He gives us a legitimate reason to live.
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Mark, my friend, seems to be quite the prolific writer. He’s just submitted yet another poem! Actually, he’s submitted a bunch that I haven’t posted. I need to get on the ball. In fact, I have lots of content that I haven’t posted. So stick around. More content (poems, articles, testimonies) coming in the near future!