We humans create our own destinies. We forge our own identities and we have no need of any sort of god. Do we?
This is a truly amazing testimony (my humble opinion). David led a life of drugs, crime, gangs, women . . . he was incarcerated time after time and racked up the felonies and misdemeanors. Finally, after attempting suicide and committing so many crimes, he was incarcerated again. Now, he’s currently in prison. But God has turned his life around he’s leading a Bible study in prison. As crazy as it sounds, he believes that God placed him there in order that he might completely surrender his life to God and carry out God’s Word. Wow!
At sixteen, Carla’s relationship with God was suffering. Knowing God didn’t mean as much to her as being with her boyfriend. She decided to have sex with him and that was a major disaster. Life become very difficult for her (and her boyfriend) but God helped her through the situation. Click the link below to read Carla’s testimony.
Jason was having all sorts of trouble in his life (as we all do at times). He struggled with finances. His marriage was shaky. His wife was diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthritis. His son was diagnosed with Autism. He was on the verge of suicide. Without God, a situation like this would be hard to fix. But with God, such a situation is a piece of cake. Check out Jason’s testimony by clicking the link below.
Lisa thought she could trust God. Then she wasn’t so sure when God didn’t act like she thought He should act. Then she found out that no matter how she behaved or what she thought, that God was watching out for her. That He could be trusted. That He always has our good in mind. Click the link to read Lisa’s testimony.
Robby’s testimony sounds eerily familiar. He knew God, but he ran from Him. I did the same. Sometimes it’s easier to doubt than it is to have faith. But God is not a God to easily give up on His people. He loves us and He wants us to return to Him. Click the link below to read Robby’s testimony.
Often negative thoughts about God creep into my mind and cause me to doubt my salvation.
At times, negative thoughts about God creep into my mind and cause me to doubt my salvation. I love God so why do these thoughts come in? Am I really saved? Do I have a non-working faith? Why can’t I stop these thoughts?
Has God chosen some for heaven and some for hell? If so, does it even matter how we live?
I have heard it said that God has predestined some for election (heaven) and has predestined others for reprobation (eternal damnation). Is this true? And if so, what passages in Scripture are used to support it? And what does it mean for us? Do we have personal choice? Can we really decide to follow Christ if we have been predestined for reprobation? Does it even matter how we live or what we do?
A poem about giving everything to God and realizing that He is everything we need.
A Christian poem by Angie about realizing that God is everything we need and giving our lives fully to Him.
Satisfaction can’t be found in relationships, drugs, jobs—it can only be found in a relationship with the Jesus of the Bible.
Jeffrey looked for happiness in a lot of places. He tried marriage and having a family. But his marriage ended in divorce. He tried drugs. He tried other relationships. He tried different jobs. Nothing provided lasting satisfaction. Finally he tried Jesus. The rest is history.