Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
Jesus said: "I am the way, the truth, and the life"
by Sajy Jacob, Kathmandu
Jesus made it very clear for us.
Jesus said: "Unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of
God." The kingdom of God is heaven, you know. In other words, unless
you are born again, you cannot see heaven.
Jesus said: "I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to
the Father, but through me."
He also said: "He who believes in the Son has eternal life; but he
who does not obey the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God
abides on him."
And now these are some of the things that Jesus did NOT say:
He did NOT say being a nice person is all that's necessary. If that
were true, we wouldn't need a Savior.
But God says, "All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God."
All of us have failed to live up to God's law and we therefore stand
guilty before Him.
He did NOT say being religious and going to the right church is what
really counts. But he said "faith is dead if there is no action". We
have to live in our faith.
Jesus made everything so simple, and we've made it so complicated.
He spoke to the people in everyday words, telling His message with
stories that the people could understand.
It's so simple that it's often overlooked. You know ... the Gospel
message is heard on radio stations, on television, it's presented
from pulpits, and explained in books and magazines ... and yet
millions still overlook it. All you have to do to be saved is
to repent of your sins and believe in Jesus Christ as your personal
Lord and Savior.
People don't realize that we can come to Christ JUST AS WE ARE. We
CAN have our life changed by Christ.
DO YOU know Christ? Have you received Him yet? God is waiting for
you. Christ died for you. He rose again. He IS alive. He's
waiting for you, and His arms are outstretched for you. He'll listen
to you, and He'll be closer than any friend you have ever known.
God bless you all.
and Then the Neighbor
Can we say we love God with our hearts, souls, and minds and
disobey the very first and highest commandment that He has given to
us? That commandment is to love our neighbor as ourselves.
Why We Shouldn't
God is our Heavenly Father who cares for us. So, we donít have to worry,
struggle to figure everything out, or even try to make things happen.
Discipleship - Following
Jesus made it very clear that discipleship is not an easy life. It
is a life of constant change. To follow, we will have to count our
relationship to Jesus as more important than our family and friends.
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