When nobody understands.
Feeling invisible, broken & used up…
The world wants to hide the truth and shut it down, pointing everyone’s eyes in another direction. Distractions. Spouting half-truths. Things that are believable but yet lies.
Its slandering Christians, people who follow Jesus or God, and the Bible.
If people could truly see the lies with an awakening inside…to see this deception for what it really is…
They would realize that no matter what, you can still come home to your Heavenly Father, God-Who in this moment, is waiting with open arms. God in Heaven is not just God. He’s a Father to the fatherless. The love you never had. A love like you’ve never ever felt before, contentment & peace that won’t come from anything else. You see everyone matters. No matter what you’re crawling through, no matter how heavy the load…relief, freedom, Love, and Eternal Life can still be yours. All things are possible with God. So many people or families are going through horrible situations in these perilous times we’re living in. No matter how diverse the chaos, the solution is the same. And that’s Jesus.
All addictions are/can be conquered and wiped out with God. The power is amazing. You can’t change the past, but the past does not define you. When you choose Jesus and decide to follow Him, upon your confession that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, you die in the water of Baptism. You arise a brand new creature in Christ, like in His Resurrection. Your name is now added to the Lamb’s Book of Life. This means, it is actually written in Heaven Whom you belong to! You’re His…and given guardian angels to look out for you along your new walk with Jesus, they go before and behind you.
Being Baptized into Christ and living as a Christian is the only way to Heaven, Eternal life. It doesn’t stop at getting Saved & becoming a Christian. Because we are still living in the flesh down here on earth, we will still mess up or sin, even after giving our lives to Jesus. But that’s why His Blood was shed on the Cross. We’re covered eternally, but when we fall, we pray for forgiveness. Realizing what the sin or sins were, we repent or turn away from the sin asking for forgiveness before our Father in prayer, in the name of Jesus. After the Baptism, we must still do our best to live faithfully for God the rest of our days. We are not saved by what we do, but by His Grace, the debt paid by our Lord Jesus on the Cross.