Did you let Jesus in?

By Mark
Kalispell, Montana
February 11, 2015 2:56am CST
Dear reader, Today a man was making a joke about the Christian religion, and although he made the other Secular people in the room laugh I could hear the underlying tone of anger. This made me really sad because all I could think about was Gods judgment on man, and on that day the bible says we will have no excuse for not accepting Christ into our life. This sparked a thought in my head: If we have no excuse, what are we left with? the reason. On the day of judgement we will have to give God our 'reason' why we did not let Jesus into our life. What is the difference? our excuse is our own justification. On the day of judgment, we will have to give the truth to God, weather it is the fact we like our sin and do not want to stop, or we want it our way, and not Gods way, or we slipped so far into darkness that we cannot stand in the light. There are many reasons that we could give, the only one we cannot give will be, "I just did not believe". For only a fool can look at all of creation and say there is no creator. In the same sense, you cannot look at the painting and say "there was no painter, the paint just exploded into a well made mixture of colors that is a masterpiece." Jesus died for our sins on the cross, a payment for our wrongs, Jesus is in everything, and before you move on with your life you should look up laminin. Colossians 1:16-17 says, “For in him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him. He is before all things, and 'in him all things hold together'.” (laminin, look it up)
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