– The center of the universe is the One who created it, not me and not you.
– The Creator gave us this earthly life and it is going to end.
– The Creator offers us meaning in this life and eternal life after this one ends.
– Eternal life is gained when we choose to live according to His principles.
– Entering eternal life is not about perfection; it is about commitment and faithfulness to the Creator.
God sent his son (Jesus Christ) to earth to make all these things clear to us.
Jesus Christ is the only person in all of human history who claims that He came to us from the eternal realm, that He preexisted humanity itself. No one else has ever made that claim. If his claim is true, why would we listen to anyone else in our search for eternal truths?
If we are going to truly follow Jesus that means we will have to stop following anyone else. By the way, following the teachings of Christianity is not the same thing as following Jesus.
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We all have a built-in sense of “the way things ought to be”. Why do we even have this notion? Where did it come from? What should we do about it?
Spiritual truths can be understood by anyone who would listen with the simplicity and innocence of a child.
When your physical life ends and you stand in the presence of
the Creator will you find that your life’s foundation stands or crumbles?
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If you are a Christian (a follower of Christ) then you will be able to answer 3 simple questions about what Christ taught. Unfortunately, most Christians cannot answer these 3 simple questions correctly. Can you?
Having been a Christian for over 5 decades, I finally had to conclude that what Christianity teaches is not the same as what Jesus teaches.