The Way


Believe that Jesus died and rose again, confess your sins, and ask Jesus to come in to your heart.

A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels. - Proverbs 1:5

When your first child is born your time is no longer your own. Bottle and diaper Baby every two hours, sleeping through the night blown. WAIT! Was your time ever your own? Would you be here without help?

Could you, by yourself, form a human from dust, heal the sick, move mountains? If your faith was big enough, you could. How do you develop faith that large?

Believe that Jesus died and rose again, Confess your sins, ask Jesus to come in to your heart.

With that done, take the time to read and study God's word, listen to preaching that lines up with God's Word. Set under teachers that can explain The Word in a way you understand. Yes, it eats up part of your day. You will never be sorry you took that time. God will reward you in ways you never thought possible. Accepting Jesus as your Savior makes you a new person with a new beginning. The past is erased and forgotten by God. As a Child of God, we have the mind of Christ. Developing the faith to use it is the key.

Our lifetime is just a brief flash in God's Kingdom, Here on earth, it seems to be a long time. If someone dies early, say a child or young adult, we question God's wisdom because we are earthly. We want to keep what we have, those we love and cherish. Birth and death are a part of life on earth. God loans us children and husbands/wives for a short time. Our job is to nurture them as Christ did when He walked the earth.

Written by Patsy Hallum


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