There’s a question each of us must answer. But one that most have gotten wrong.
Everyone of us was born with a nagging in our heart that there is more to life than this life. And so our individual spiritual journey begins. Seeking. Questioning. Doubting. Wrestling.
But when people begin a journey to discover what they really believe, it’s important to consider many things. Here are just a few…
- Jesus is the only One who has affected time in such a way that the very calendar that we live by is based on Him. (BC & AD)
- Jesus paid for our salvation. Every other religion seeks to work their way to Heaven… … to follow some sort of list of rules to earn favor or appease their god(s)… or whatever they call their state of eternal perfection… so that they can hopefully be accepted.
- Only Jesus died so that the world could be saved because God loves His creation so much that He would take the punishment for our sin so that we could be made righteous before God.
- Only Jesus fulfilled over 300 specific prophecies when He came to this earth. https://www.hopefaithprayer.com/…/old-testament…/
- Christianity is the only one with an empty tomb that affirms that Jesus is who He said He is and did what He said He would do.
When considering what you believe and why…it’s important to study to discover what it is that sets Christianity apart from every other religion.
The fact that Jesus came to this planet and His very existence leaves each and every person with a decision he/she must make – to answer the same question Jesus posed to His disciples in Matthew 15:16…
“But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?”
Who He is to you is what will determine your eternal destiny. He can be your Lord today if you will surrender your life to Him and call upon Him to save you.
But He will be your Judge if you choose to reject Him.
He has done everything to save you. But if you reject such great love and such great sacrifice, you have sealed your own soul.
If you receive Him as Lord and Savior of your life, then He will seal your soul.
It’s a question we all must answer.