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2/11/13 at 06:08 PM 1 Comments

What Jesus Would Say to You

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Jack Wellman, 2013
The Bible speaks to us no less than Jesus would if He were here in person.

If Jesus Christ could talk to you in Person, here is what He might say:

If you have not repented of your sins, confessed them to God, and placed your trust in Me to save you, then you presently have the wrath of God still abiding on you. The fact is that God is angry with the sinner every day (Psalm 7:11) but He wants to have a relationship with you to make you have peace with God. I made this possible by becoming sin for you (2 Cor 5:21). The Father takes no pleasure in the death of anyone and asks that everyone repent and live (Ezek 18:32) and wants all men to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth (1 Tim 2:4).

The Father did not send Me into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Me (John 3:17) and whoever will believe in Me will not be condemned, however whoever does not believe in Me presently stands condemned because they have not believed in Me (John 3:18). My child, let me tell you the Good News. Whoever the Father sends to Me I will never turn away but you have a choice to make. Either choose eternal life by trusting in Me (John 3:16) or reject me and receive eternal judgment (Rev 20:12). To make no choice is to still make a choice and if you are not for Me, you are against me (Matt 12:30) for there is no middle ground. I will never turn anyone away that comes to Me for eternal life and the forgiveness of sins (John 6:37). I am either your Savior or your Judge (Rev 20) because whoever believes in Me has eternal life but whoever does not believe in Me has the wrath of God remaining on him (John 3:36) so place your trust in Me today and receive eternal life.

Actually, Jesus does speak to you and to all of us today and it is through His written Word, the Bible. It is not about religion but about a relationship and He desires to have one with you.


Jack Wellman is Senior Writer at What Christians Want to Know whose mission is to equip, encourage, and energize Christians and to address questions about the believers daily walk with God and the Bible.

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