We need to believe in one another. Read that line again, for it holds so much truth.
In our counseling practice we encounter hundreds of different situations – yet most people are in need of someone in their life that will truly believe in them, or at least their potential "in Jesus".
This e-mail will raise an important question for you to answer?
Who do you believe in?
Believing in someone is easy when they talk the way you talk, walk the way you walk, etc. It is also easy to believe in someone who is successful, moral, and has proven themselves.
But what about those who never seem to "get it right"? What about the one who have………
Are you living on this treadmill of despair and hope deferred?
Are you one of the millions of people who go throughout life wondering, Am I ready? Am I truly born again? Am I worthy? Will I see heaven one day, or will I bust hell wide open as God rejects me?
If you had to rely on your good works to somehow outweigh the evil or bad works, how would you know when enough is enough?
How would you know for sure you were forgiven of every sin you committed through your daily walk, if you alone were responsible?
We awaken and pray with every good intention: "Father, help me not to sin today, help me keep myself clean, and not to sin against You…" Then we get out into our day, and we sin.
Why? We are ……
We are here to save others. We all may have different callings, unique gifts, and of course different desires or plans for our lives – that is the power of our individuality!
You have the power to save others! Wait, only Jesus saves, yes?
Am I preaching heresy? Not at all. Always ………