God’s Plan for All

Published on April 2, 2015 @ Rest In Hope

The Bible is known as the Word of God. The power of the Word is found and revealed in Christ Jesus. This power reaches everyone, but is accepted by too few. A devoted follower of Christ, Miranda Hanchar, has eloquently expressed her experience of the power of the Word of God.

The Holy Bible was written from many people who witness God talking to them. They saw for themselves what He has done. Even today, many have accepted Jesus Christ because of testimonies shared through written material and on media.

We need to know that in the word of God, it says that Jesus Christ came for everyone, not a select few of people. From the New Living Translation is says in John 3:17, “God sent his Son (Jesus Christ) into the world not to judge the world, but to save the world through him”.

That’s good news!

Hope is found only in Jesus Christ. Nothing else can save us, only his blood that was shed for us. If Jesus came to condemn the world, we won’t have a destiny to go when we die. Jesus Christ came to earth to die upon a cross for our sins, to forgive us when we ask him and take our pleasures to use it for his glory.

It doesn’t take some magical feeling of peace. When we accept Jesus Christ as our Savior, some felt a presence and some didn’t. Never is it about feelings. It’s about the truth that is said, and then comes our faith that what we have heard is true. I believed in Jesus Christ when I was little but recommitted my life to Christ in grade 9 when I was 15 years of age. I didn’t feel anything, but because of the truth I have heard about Jesus Christ, I believed he died for me, was resurrected from the dead and was raised three days later, I knew I was saved when I repented and ask Jesus to come live inside of me. He did!

If you were the only person who didn’t believe on earth, Jesus Christ would do all he can to put people in your path to believe and find the only hope: Hope of eternal life through Jesus Christ!

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