Jesus Never Existed?

 Jesus Never Existed?

Ladies and Gentleman; Boys and Girls:
Before you even think to debate that Jesus never existed, please check your calendar and count the years.
If you fail to admit that you were wrong, may I suggest you to stop lying to yourself and call Christ’s followers ignorant and other unnecessary attacks of insult, when you can’t even stop being willingly ignorant?
I mean, there’s no need of discernment to know that you are purposely denying the facts.
If you do not fail to admit that you’re wrong then you will be able to realize that you are a sinner like me and that you are in need of repentance and faith.


Trust Jesus when He refers to our heart as a deceiver. Don’t be deceive, don’t follow your heart. Your heart:
1. Will make you blind—Not able to read the Scriptures and know God’s truth. (Spiritual Blindness: http://www.gotquestions.org/spiritual-blindness.html)
2. Will make you deaf—Not able to welcome faith by the hearing of the word. (Rom. 10:17)
3. Will make you numb—Not able to respond to reach others with the good news with your hands and feet. (Rom. 10:15)
4. Will make you mute—Not able to speak in spirit and truth. Your mouth will speak folly things that brings no hope to a soul, including yourself. (Fool; Folly: http://m.biblestudytools.com/encyclopedias/isbe/fool-folly.html)

You are loosing your salvation by suppressing the truth about Christ. Salvation is at the tip of your tongue: “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” (Rom. 10:9)

 

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