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An encounter with Jesus changes your life. We all need to be forgiven much. Live a life of outrageous gratitude.
Why are so many Christ-followers struggling with anxiety, fear of rejection and worldliness? Because they have forgotten their true identity. What can unbelievers gain from a personal relationship with Christ? A new identity.
The DNA of what it means to be a Christians starts and ends with Jesus. Jesus is our Savior. God is unchanging in a changing world even if the delivery system looks dif-ferent. Jesus is a constant light in the darkest of storms. Jesus crosses all culture boundaries, all dominations boundaries. He is a beacon of hope. We live knowing we are home; we are part of a bigger family never to be forsaken never to be forgotten.
How can we seek God's forgiveness? Will God forgive us? The Psalms give us answers to these questions.
There are dire consequences for rejecting Jesus. On a temporal level, Jesus warned the weeping women of Jerusalem of the coming judgment in A.D. 70 as a result of the nation's rejection of Him. However, we know from Jesus' teaching and the testimony of Scripture elsewhere that the siege of Jerusalem prefigured a far greater judgment that will come against all humanity at the return of Christ. For, we face God's wrath, eternal punishment in hell, on account of our sin if we reject Jesus. However, in spite of what we deserve, Jesus offers forgiveness. Just as He prayed for God the Father to extend forgiveness to His persecutors at the Cross, so also Jesus extends forgiveness to all people on the basis of His death and resurrection. So, while you are free to believe whatever you want about Jesus, be warned that eternity is too long to be wrong. Trust in Jesus as your Savior. Don't wait. Don't let anything else get in your way. In the end, the only thing that will ultimately matter is what you did about Jesus in this life. For Christians, respond positively to the doctrine of hell by spreading the good news that Jesus saves.
Relationships aren't just important to God, they are part of his very nature. The Bible is full of wisdom about our need for relationships and how to be a friend.