12 Reasons I Am a Christian

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WOW! WOW! WEE! BEST SERMON IN A LONG TIME!!!! GLORY!!! GLORY!!! LOVE IT!!!! PTL!!! SO VERY TIMELY IN THIS DARK WORLD!!!!!!!! THIS MESSAGE FIRES ME UP EVEN MORE FOR JESUS!!! JESUS!! JESUS!! LET’S HIT THE ROAD AND CARRY OUT THE GREAT COMMISSION!!!!!!!! AMERICA NEEDS MISSIONARIES!! AMERICA NEEDS MATURE CHRISTIANS!!

THANK YOU!

By

Frank Viola

In 1927, the famed British philosopher Bertrand Russell wrote an essay entitled, “Why I Am Not a Christian.” Russell’s essay inspired the title of this post: 12 reasons I am a Christian. By “Christian,” I mean someone who has trusted their life to Jesus Christ as Crucified Savior and Resurrected Lord and seeks to follow Him each day. (I’m keenly aware that the term “Christian” has been hijacked to mean different things, hence the need to define.)

Three things to keep in mind about this list:

1) This isn’t a list of theological reasons I am a Christian (e.g., God chose me in Christ before the foundation of the world and the Holy Spirit revealed Christ to my heart).

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12 Reasons I Am a Christian

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From CHURCHLEADERS:

By

Jeremiah Johnston

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How long, Lord, must I call for help, but you do not listen? Or cry out to you, “Violence!” but you do not save?

This prayer of Habakkuk is one we must pray in the horrific aftermath of Uvalde, Texas. I’m the father of five young children, including our son Justin. He is the same age as the students in the 4th-grade classroom at Robb Elementary, where the shooter barricaded himself and committed pure evil.

Before Justin left for school this morning, I held him and audibly prayed over him and didn’t want to let him go. And now I ask, how can we pray when we cannot find the words? How can we comfort when pure evil leaves us paralyzed, numb and questioning? How can we live by faith in God’s promises

Texas School Shooting Begs the Question: Where Is God?

 

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