Accounts in the New Testament reveal the Good News being shared with mankind. And because Jesus conquered death through His resurrection, the Apostles now explained there is a new way to lead a God-Centered life. But the question at hand was: Why should the Jews and Gentiles desire to experience this new God-Centered life over their old established God-Centered life?
They must of had many questions about this new religious way of life.
Would it help them understand who God is?
Would it offer them forgiveness?
Would it bring them more joy?
Will they receive a more personal relationship with God?
Or for that matter, would God even care who is the center of their lives?
This week’s message is a guest post written by fellow Christian blogger, Andrew Gilmore. I thank Andy for taking the time to share a personal story of God’s only true Guide. To read more inspiring posts written by Andy, please visit his blog at Andrew Gilmore.net.
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