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He is the...

Author & Finisher of Our Faith

(Hebrews 12:2)

Have you ever felt totally alone? Do you say the right things and do what's expected in order to belong? When you look in the mirror, do you ever ask yourself... Who am I? Am I pretending to be someone I'm not?  Am I truly happy at all? Does anyone really care?

Yes, there is, and that person is Jesus. He understands your feelings because he felt them all upon the cross. He felt your neglect, your abandonment, hurt, fears, imperfections, when you were misunderstood, and when you felt like no one else in the world has been through what you're going through. Jesus heard your every cry and felt it all.

You see, just like you, Jesus often walked alone. He defied the status quo and was never part of a clique. Jesus was mocked, ridiculed, spat upon, betrayed, and beaten. But he saw the joy that was set before him. He knew that he had to endure all of mankind's trials and tests for our benefit. Even though he was the Son of God, he became the Son of Man in order to empathize with us. He shared in all our pains and sorrows because he wanted to. There was nothing in him that deserved this great sacrifice. But he did it for us, just because. 

Jesus is not surprised by what you've done, what you're doing now, and what you're about to do. He's the Author and Finisher of Our Faith. He knew your life's story before you were born. There's nothing you can do to ever be separated from his love. It's his shed blood that made a provision for all of your sins (past, present, and future). And if you confess Jesus as your Lord and Savior, that same blood brings forgiveness, healing and eternal life.

It's really simple, just say these words... "Dear Heavenly Father, according to Romans 10:9-10, if I confess with my mouth and believe with my heart that God raised Jesus from the dead, I shall be saved. I call on your name now Lord Jesus, come into my heart. I receive you now, I make you the Lord of my life and according to your word, I am now saved; I have eternal life. In Jesus' name. Amen"

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