Sometimes, a personal relationship with another human can get in the way of our relationship with God. When that happens, it’s best to simply move on (if you’re married it’s a different story). Leaving someone is never easy, but in the long run, our relationship with our heavenly Father is the one that really matters.
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.
Bijo lived the life of a Pharisee. He never really had a deep relationship with God. This is the story of how he found the Jesus of the Bible. Click the link to read Bijo’s story.
Candice prayed—and God heard her prayer.
Sometimes, in our relationship with God, we don’t know what’s best. We know what we want, and we struggle with whether or not it’s the right thing—whether it’s what God really wants for us. Candice loved a man, but he wasn’t a Christian. Check out her prayers and how God answered her.
A poem reminding us that the Christian walk is not about rules; it’s about a relationship with the God of the Bible.
Mike’s latest submission reminds us that following Jesus is not about remembering a litany of rules. It’s about a relationship with the Jesus of the Bible.
Read Mike’s latest poem:
Will God accept me after years of deliberate sin? Hebrews seems to say it’s impossible to return to God.
Sometimes we ditch God and go our own way. We live in sin, deliberately, and lose sight of our relationship with God.
Will God take us back if we decide to come back to Him? What about the passages in Hebrews that make it sound like we’re doomed if we’ve done any serious backsliding?
Check out our interpretation of those passages and what we think about the original question: