Every day people make decisions. Some are inconsequential;
“What colour socks will I wear?”, ” What topping should I put on my pizza?”
Others carry great significance for our future. ”Will I marry this man?”, “Should I accept this job offer?”
A few decisions carry eternal significance and consequence. In fact, ONE DECISION ALONE will ultimately determine the destiny of every human being.
Jesus asked this question of His disciples when He walked the earth 2000 years ago, and still the question rings through the ages.
“Who do you say that I am?”
Whom are you seeking? and are you ready to be found?
Mary Magdelene, the infamous sinner turned saint, and a figure of historical controversy and speculation, met the risen Christ in a garden near the tomb in which, only hours before, He lay dead. Not recognising Him through her grief, He asked her the question, “Whom do you seek?”
What are you looking for?
People everywhere are seeking answers to life’s questions. Your ONE ANSWER to ONE QUESTION can change everything, and bring sense and perspective to the confusion that surrounds us in the world today?
It is not by acts of charity, or religious observances and rituals, nor by suffering or success, that we will come to discover the solution to our dilemma. When asked how a person could works the works of God, Jesus’ answer was profoundly simple.
They may have expected Him to say, “Go to church three times a week and say your prayers”, or “do good and be nice to everyone, give to the poor and love your neighbour”, maybe they expected a much more extreme answer. Something impressive to earn God’s favour and honour. Instead Jesus said with utmost humility;
“This is the work of God. That you believe on Him whom He has sent.”
Do you believe on Jesus Christ?
A lot of people want to argue about the Person of Jesus Christ. But the question is not what do you think about Jesus. It is what do you believe about Jesus!
Not everything fits within the narrow boundaries of man’s wisdom and reason. The deepest and most profound matters in life reside and flow from the heart.
The story is told that if we believe in Jesus, we will be saved (healed, delivered and set free), us and our whole household.
Is He who He said He is, or was He a liar and hypocrite like so many other religious fanatics? I was once told by a friend to read the New Testament and make a decision for myself about this Man called Jesus.
Jesus will answer you if you ask Him
There may be many opinions and arguments about who Jesus is, but you have been led here today so you can be encouraged to make a decision for yourself.
But be careful, if you take an honest look you may burst out like Peter and say, “Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God”, join believing Thomas and declare, “My Lord and My God”, or like Mary proclaim with awe and wonder, “He is risen from the dead!”
John 6:37 “All whom My Father gives (entrusts) to Me will come to Me; and the one who comes to Me I will most certainly not cast out [I will never, no never, reject one of them who comes to Me].”
Take a simple step towards Jesus today. He holds your future in His hands and longs to walk through life together with you.
Check out the rich resources on this site to find out more, and most of all read the New Testament and talk to God honestly and openly. He will answer!