Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Transforming Power of Jesus The Living Word

66 books 40 authors over 1500 years 60 generations in 3 different languages Greek Aramaic and Hebrew on three different continents and it gives us the same message. Jesus the Living word has the power to transformed lives.

For over 2,000 years millions of people have come out of darkness into His marvelous light. Living their lives not for evil but for good . A false god calls on his followers to die for him while Jesus the one and only true God says He died for us. 

Jesus without money or arms conquered more people with His love than Alexander, Caesar, Napoleon, Mohammed and Hitler combined.

Without science and learning, shed more light on the things human and divine than all philosophers and scholars in history combined, without the eloquence of schools He spoke words of life that had never been spoken before or since and produced an effect of which has never been accomplished by any orator or poet, without writing a single line He set more pens in motion, furnished more themes, sermons, discussions, learned volumes, works of art, songs of praise than a whole army of men and women from ancient times to modern day. 

It's no wonder when Jesus asked the disciples if they were going to leave, Peter wisely uttered"where else are we going to go? You alone have the words of eternal life." 

Even today your professors and educators as knowledgeable and respected as they are will never accomplish in this world as much as this simple man from Nazareth has, why? Because He is God and came to this earth in human form to give us a message of love and redemption. 

Why do you think so many professors and educators dismiss the words of Jesus? It's because they have no answer for the facts I just listed. They cannot comprehend how such a simple man with simple words-could have such an incredible impact on all of humanity. 

For the nonbeliever they have to discredit Jesus or convert to Christ. Therein lies the problem, people love darkness more than the light. If Jesus is who He said he was than we must look at ourselves through His eyes and realize we are not good but sinners in need of a Savior. 

For the believer we just stand in adoration, in awe of a God who loves us. Amen!

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