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If You Decide To Become A Christian Will All Of Your Problems Be Over?

That is a great question, isn't it?

Today there are many "preachers" and "ministers" out there who try to convince people that if they become Christians their lives will become so much easier than they are now.

They make it sounds like everything is going to be rainbows, lollipops, ponies and endless goodies.

As a result, a lot of these same people who have tried Tony Robbins, the "Secret", and every other self-improvement course that they can get their hands on figure that they will try out this "Jesus thing" as well.

But these people find out that being a Christian can be really, really hard! When you decide to become a Christian, people may look at you weird, people may even start making fun of you and persecuting you, and possibly even your own family members may turn on you.

That doesn't sound "fun".

The truth of the matter is that if you decide to become a Christian you should expect to be persecuted.

This is what Jesus had to say on this topic:

"If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first."
-John 15:18

The truth is that if you do decide to become a Christian you may get a whole NEW set of problems. Following Christ is not always easy and it is full of challenges.

But there is nowhere else I would rather be.

Along with all of the challenges, God will give you more love, joy, peace, passion and purpose than you can possibly imagine.

When you become a Christian, God will forgive all of your sins and will give you eternal life.

Just imagine living forever!

Life is NOT always going to be easy as a Christian, but if you are tired of your sins and your rundown life, and if you want a life of passion and purpose beyond anything you can imagine, then I would encourage you to turn to Jesus Christ while you still have time.

To learn more about how to become a Christian, check this out:

http://www.fourspirituallaws.org/laws/english/flash/

2 comments:

Makarios said...

Isn't it amazing how some preachers promise health and wealth. and isn't it even more amazing how so many people actually believe that? what would be special about being at peace in the midst of health and wealth. the proof of Jesus is that we can have peace in the absence of those things. thanks for the post. see you there.

Shattered Paradigm said...

Thank you for your feedback!

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