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PROOF GOD DOESN'T EXIST!

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Published on Jun 3, 2009

Response to SamiZaatari:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0ub7w...

This is really a pointless question to ask an atheist. Just because one cannot 'disprove' the existence of a god does not mean that automatically god has to exist. I could've made this a much, much longer video, but I really wanted to keep it under 5 minutes.

Dragon in my Garage, Carl Sagan
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SheaSheaOnUrTUBE
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The Creator of the world, the stiller of storms, our shelter and our strength: We turn to You in this dire hour, of massive devastation and death. Interceding for your people in the Philippines and in other parts of Southeast Asia, Joining our hearts, our prayers, and our cries with theirs. Hear us, dear God! We plead to You. See the suffering. Feel the tears. Come to Your      people in a way that only You can, God of mercy and grace. Be the shelter for the thousands whose homes have now become debris or washed with      the waters; Be the healer for the wounded; Be the comforter for many who weep, for the many who sift through the trees, who      wonder, “Where is my loved one? Why us?” Feel the pain, dear Lord, because You know our inward parts, the heart and soul of Your      people beat with anguish that You alone can bear, that You alone can hold in the      shadow of your wings. Save the farmers whose crops are now destroyed; the fishermen whose boats have become parts of the seas; the villagers whose homes are no more; those who await to be rescued. Lord our God, be the Savior of us all. God, the fountain of life and the light of light, Fill Your people with hope in these times of despair. Be the light in what will be a long journey in darkness. Strengthen rescue and relief workers, with determination and courage; doctors and nurses, who tend to the injured, who grow tired and wearied with overwhelming numbers and scarce resources. Lord our God, be the Strength when Your people are weakened and worn. Supply food to the hundreds of thousands who are hungry; water to the thirsty; medicine to those who need healing; hope to the hopeless. Lord our God, be the Provider of Your people’s needs according to Your riches in glory by Christ Jesus. (Phil. 4:19) Summon the prayers, mobilize compassion, prompt the action of all of your people here and around the world, with what You provide. Lord, in Your mercies, hear our prayers. Lord Christ, have mercy upon us. Lord Spirit, grant us Your peace. What a beautiful prayer this is..  With all my heart...  in Jesus Christ's name I pray.. Amen.  <3
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"Can man live without God?" Well contrary to the claims of atheists and agnostics through the centuries, man cannot live without God. Man can have a mortal existence without acknowledging God, but not without the fact of God. As the Creator, God originated human life. To say that man can exist apart from God is to say that a watch can exist without a watchmaker or a story can exist without a storyteller. We owe our being to the God in whose image we are made (Genesis 1:27). Our existence depends on God, whether we acknowledge His existence or not. As the Sustainer, God continuously confers life (Psalm 104:10-32). He is life (John 14:6), and all creation is held together by the power of Christ (Colossians 1:17). Even those who reject God receive their sustenance from Him: “He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous” (Matthew 5:45). To think that man can live without God is to suppose a sunflower can continue to live without light or a rose without water. As the Savior, God gives eternal life to those who believe. In Christ is life, which is the light of men (John 1:4). Jesus came that we may have life “and have it to the full” (John 10:10). All who place their trust in Him are promised eternity with Him (John 3:15-16). For man to live—truly live—he must know Christ (John 17:3). Without God, man has physical life only. God warned Adam and Eve that on the day they rejected Him they would “surely die” (Genesis 2:17). As we know, they did disobey, but they did not die physically that day; rather, they died spiritually. Something inside them died—the spiritual life they had known, the communion with God, the freedom to enjoy Him, the innocence and purity of their soul—it was all gone. Adam, who had been created to live and fellowship with God, was cursed with a completely carnal existence. What God had intended to go from dust to glory now was to go from dust to dust. Just like Adam, the man without God today still functions in an earthly existence. Such a person may seem to be happy; after all, there is enjoyment and pleasure to be had in this life. But even those enjoyments and pleasures cannot be fully received without a relationship with God. Some who reject God live lives of diversion and merriment. Their fleshly pursuits seem to yield a carefree and gratified existence. The Bible says there is a certain measure of delight to be had in sin (Hebrews 11:25). The problem is that it is temporary; life in this world is short (Psalm 90:3-12). Sooner or later, the hedonist, like the prodigal son in the parable, finds that worldly pleasure is unsustainable (Luke 15:13-15). Not everyone who rejects God is an empty pleasure-seeker, however. There are many unsaved people who live disciplined, sober lives—happy and fulfilled lives, even. The Bible presents certain moral principles which will benefit anyone in this world—fidelity, honesty, self-control, etc. But, again, without God man has only this world. Getting smoothly through this life is no guarantee that we are ready for the afterlife. See the parable of the rich farmer in Luke 12:16-21 and Jesus’ exchange with the rich (but very moral) young man in Matthew 19:16-23. Without God, man is unfulfilled, even in his mortal life. Man is not at peace with his fellow man because he is not at peace with himself. Man is restless with himself because he has no peace with God. The pursuit of pleasure for pleasure’s sake is a sign of inner turmoil. Pleasure seekers throughout history have found over and over that the temporary diversions of life give way to a deeper despair. The nagging feeling that “something is wrong” is hard to shake off. King Solomon gave himself to a pursuit of all this world has to offer, and he recorded his findings in the book of Ecclesiastes. Solomon discovered that knowledge, in and of itself, is futile (Ecclesiastes 1:12-18). He found that pleasure and wealth are futile (2:1-11), materialism is folly (2:12-23), and riches are fleeting (chapter 6). Solomon concludes that life is God’s gift (3:12-13) and the only wise way to live is to fear God: “Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep His commandments: for this is the whole duty of man. For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil” (12:13-14). In other words, there is more to life than the physical dimension. Jesus stresses this point when He says, “Man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God” (Matthew 4:4). Not bread (the physical) but God’s Word (the spiritual) keeps us alive. It is useless for us to search within ourselves for the cure to all our miseries. Man can only find life and fulfillment when he acknowledges God. Without God, man’s destiny is hell. The man without God is spiritually dead; when his physical life is over, he faces eternal separation from God. In Jesus’ narrative of the rich man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31), the rich man lives a pleasurable life of ease without a thought of God, while Lazarus suffers through his life but knows God. It is after their deaths that both men truly comprehend the gravity of the choices they made in life. The rich man realized, too late, that there is more to life than the pursuit of wealth. Meanwhile, Lazarus is comforted in paradise. For both men, the short duration of their earthly existence paled in comparison to the permanent state of their souls. Man is a unique creation. God has set a sense of eternity in our hearts (Ecclesiastes 3:11), and that sense of timeless destiny can only find its fulfillment in God Himself.   Right!  All thanks to you my Lord Christ... I LOVE YOU! <3
scotty
One day this whole god thing will simply drop away and no one will even notice.
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Shiro Neko
video should of ended at 0:35
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Who is Jesus Christ? How is it possible for me to describe someone who is so glorious He is beyond words? He (Jesus) is so glorious that He’s truly indescribable. His name alone is matchless, His name alone makes every demon in hell tremble with fear, His name alone when called upon for salvation will bring about the salvation of your very souls, His name alone has unfathomable power that no creature can ever truly understand. No one word can ever truly describe this sinless and perfect one called Jesus Christ. But I will share with you some essential key facts of what you should know about this person called Jesus Christ. One may ask who is Jesus Christ? And why do I need him? Answer: The word Jesus means Savior. The word Christ means the anointed one of God. Therefore this means Jesus is the one and only Savior of the world, the anointed and chosen one of God who was sent by God the Father himself to redeem mankind by his death on the cross for them and by his glorious victorious bodily ressurection from the dead. God the Son (Jesus Christ) is the one whom God sent into the world to save mankind from the penalty of their sins. He is the sinner’s Savior. He is the only Savior, and He (Jesus) is the Savior of the world. He (Jesus) is the Messiah. God became a man in the person of Jesus Christ to redeem us and to save us from the penalty our sins. You need him because He is your only hope of you ever being forgiven of your sins and being saved by God the Father. (John 3:16-18) (John 4:42) (1 John 4:14) (John 20:31) (Philippians 2:6-8) (John 1:14). “Jesus did (that is He already completed successfully over 2,000 years ago) what you and I could never do, which was to live a holy perfect sinless life that pleases God at all times. And here’s the key point of Scripture that you need to grasp, He (Jesus) did that for us on our behalf! Jesus was sinless and he died for us sinners on the cross to reconcile us to God. Jesus died on the cross, and on that cross he took our righteous punishment that we righteously deserved for our sins. “When you sinned, you deserved to be punished instantly and eternally by God himself for your sins. But God graciously did not punish you instantly and eternally as your sins righteously deserved, rather He (God) reserved your punishment and poured it upon Jesus (His own Son) instead of punishing you. Jesus was your substitute. And he willingly took the full wrath of God upon himself for your sins that you righteously deserved. Jesus took your punishment by God himself on the cross for you all because he loves you. So it’s like this ”Every time you lied, God punished Jesus on that cross for your lie, every time you lusted for a man or for a woman that was not your married partner God punished Jesus on that cross for your lust, every time you disobeyed your parents God punished Jesus on that cross for your disobedience etc. Every sin you have committed, Jesus has taken your sins punishment in full at the cross. Why would Jesus who is sinless and perfect take your punishment? Why would Jesus who is innocent and holy, one who has never sinned take the place on a cross for guilty sinners? The answer is Jesus loves you more than you can ever fathom. Simply put, Jesus would rather die an agonizing death on a cross for you and take your punishment from God the Father than to see you perish in hell for an eternity. “That is what Jesus was doing on that cross; Jesus was not on the cross paying the penalty for his own sins and crimes, No, for He was sinless. He (Jesus) was taking the punishment for our sins that we righteously deserved (Isaiah 53:4-12) (Romans 3:19-30) (Galatains 3:5-26). The good news is that Jesus Christ (who is the Son of God) died for all of your sins on the cross, and already took your punishment for them in full from God the Father, in so that you won't have to when you meet the Lord God on judgment day! Isn’t that amazing? Isn’t that Good News? Most importantly he (Jesus) conquered death because he physically (bodily) arose from his grave! His physical (bodily) resurrection from the dead meant he defeated death and Only God himself could defeat death! And he defeated death for you as well! His physical (bodily) resurrection from the dead further proved without a shadow of a doubt that he was the Son of God whom God himself has sent into the world to be our one and only Savior and redeemer. The result of Jesus’ sacrificial death on the cross for you and I is amazing and it is this “Your now free from God’s punishment for your sins and thus your also free from God’s condemnation not because there is none, but all because Jesus your substitute and Savior has already took your punishment for your sins in full from God the Father on that cross at Calvary. Read these few bible passages here below. John 4:42 42 And said unto the woman, Now we believe, not because of thy saying: for we have heard him ourselves, and know that this is indeed the Christ, the Saviour of the world. John 10:9 9 Jesus said I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture. John 11:25 25 Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: John 14:6 6 Jesus told him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one can come to the Father except through me. John 20:31 31 But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name. Acts 10:43 43 He (Jesus) is the one all the prophets testified about, saying that everyone who believes in him will have their sins forgiven through his name.” Acts 13:38-39 38 “Brothers, listen! We are here to proclaim that through this man Jesus there is forgiveness for your sins. 39 Everyone who believes in him is declared right with God—something the law of Moses could never do. 1 John 4:14 14 And we have seen and do testify that the Father sent the Son (Jesus) to be the Saviour of the world. John 3:16-18 16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son (Jesus), that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. 17For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. 18He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. Acts 4:12 12 Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved." Glory be to our Loving God... Amen...<3
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Allen Peyton
Oh, the irony. You can't prove logic exists because it's immaterial. Yet, logic exists, a positive, because you are trying to use it. And your use of it leads you to say that you can't prove God doesn't exist. What a vicious circle. Where do you get truth! John 14:6
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Scientific Evidence of God By Bob Dutko While Intelligent Design skeptics may claim there is no evidence of God, the actual scientific evidence for God's existence is overwhelming, scientifically answering the question, "does God exist?". In science there is a Law of Physics called the 1st Law of Thermodynamics. Within it is a Conservation of Energy Law that states, as a key principle that all energy in a closed system must be conserved. Okay, fancy language, but what does that mean? It means that while energy can convert into matter (physical “stuff”), and matter into energy, however much total “stuff” there is (matter and energy), there can never be an increase in that total amount or a decrease in that total amount. So however much total “stuff” there is in the universe, (matter and energy combined), there can never have been more and never have been less. All it can do is convert to different forms, like matter to energy or energy to matter, but the total amount of all of it has to remain the same. The “closed system” is a scientific term that refers to a system or an “area” that has no outside influence, like the universe. Now, as believers we know, of course, that God does influence the universe, so many believers would consider the universe an “open system”, (one that does get outside influence), but for the atheist who says there is no God, the universe is all there is, so from their perspective and for the sake of conventional science, the universe would get no outside influence and would therefore be considered a “closed system”. Back to the 1st Law of Thermodynamics. If it states that you can never have an increase or decrease of energy/matter, which means that matter/energy can not be created from nothingness, how did we get all the matter and energy in the universe? If science is all there is and there is no God, then the 1st Law of Thermodynamics reigns supreme and therefore it would be impossible to have matter and energy in existence right now. Simply put, when you open your eyes and see matter and experience energy, what you see is impossible according to the known Laws of science if, in fact, there is no God. Therefore, science itself says there must be a God. Plain and simple, matter/energy can not come into existence. It is scientifically impossible, yet here we see everything around us, so how can that be? There are really only 3 possibilities. Option A: Everything came into existence by itself anyway, without the help of God, (even though science has proven that impossible). Option B: Everything in the universe has always existed for all of eternity, (which, by the way is also scientifically impossible as explained in the Top Ten Proofs for God's Existence CD due to something called the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics), or Option C: There must be a God, a Being greater than science, who created the Laws of science and has the ability to disobey them. Not only is a belief in God the only logical conclusion to draw, it's the only one scientifically possible because remember, if there is no God, the first two options are scientifically impossible according to the actual Laws of Physics. Believe it or not, a 5 year old child could be an atheistic scientist's worst nightmare by merely asking him “where did everything come from if God didn't make it?” What that child is actually asking in scientific terms is “how do we have a violation of the 1st Law of Thermodynamics by the creation of energy and matter in the closed system of the universe if there is no Creator capable of doing that?” Many times people who do not believe there is evidence of God have claimed that a faith in God is only a matter of faith and that it can not be proven scientifically. They say "does God exist ?....if so, prove it to me". When confronted with this, we must fully understand what it means to “prove” something. The fact is that none of us were there when the universe came into being, so technically, none of us can “prove” what happened. We can't “prove” God did it and the atheists can't “prove” everything came into being on it's own, so what we have to do is examine the evidence based on science to determine the most plausible explanation. For example, if I see a beautiful sand castle on the beach with intricate design, but no one there along with it, I can not “prove” someone made it, just as someone else can not “prove” the sand castle made itself from the wind, waves and sand randomly interacting with one another, so we have to determine what logic and reason tell us is the most plausible explanation, based on scientific evidence and examination. I LOVE YOU MY LORD GOD< CHRIST... THANK YOU MY HOLY SPIRIT>>> AMEN<3
SheaSheaOnUrTUBE
Is there any conclusive proof of God?  All facts right here! The answer to this question depends greatly on what is meant by “conclusive” proof of God. Can we reach out and touch God or see Him in the same way that we touch and see people? No. But there are countless ways one can know assuredly that God does exist, that He is real, and He is who He says He is. We will look briefly at three ways of proving His existence using both science and the Bible. 1. Proof of God: The Law of Cause and Effect. This law of science states that every cause has its effect and every effect has its cause. This law is the basis of all science. As such, this law bears a relationship to the origin of the heavens and the earth. In fact, scientists agree that the universe has not existed forever, that it had a beginning at some point in time. The theory of relativity, which is almost universally accepted among scientists, has certain implications for this Law of Cause and Effect. One is that the universe, defined as time, space, matter, and physical energy had a beginning, that it is not eternal. And it is through Einstein’s equations that scientists can trace the development of the universe back to its very origin, back to what is called the “singularity event” when it actually came into being. Science has proven that the universe really did have a beginning. This means that if the universe had a starting point in history, then it obviously began to exist, and it must have a cause for its existence. Therefore, if the universe needs a cause for its coming into being, then that cause must be beyond the universe—which is time, space, matter, and physical energy. That cause must be something similar to what Christians call “God.” Even Richard Dawkins, probably the most prominent proponent for atheism in our time, admitted in a TIME magazine article that “there could be something incredibly grand and incomprehensible and beyond our present understanding.” Yes, and that is God! We can best summarize this cosmological evidence with the following statements: (1) Whatever begins to exist must have a cause for its existence. (2) The universe began to exist. (3) Therefore, the universe must have a cause for its existence. (4) The attributes of the cause of the universe (being timeless, existing outside of space, and so on) are the attributes of God. (5) Therefore, the cause of the universe must be God (Genesis 1:1). 2. Proof of God: The Law of Teleology. Teleology is the study of design or purpose in natural phenomena. This law of science essentially means that when an object reflects a purpose, goal, or design, it must have had a designer. Simply put, things do not design themselves. This holds true for the things in the universe, which proves that it had to have a Designer. For example, the earth in orbiting the sun departs from a straight line by only one-ninth of an inch every 18 miles—a very straight line in human terms. If the orbit changed by one-tenth of an inch every 18 miles, it would be vastly larger and we would all freeze to death. If it changed by one-eighth of an inch, we would be incinerated. The sun is burning at approximately 20 million degrees Celsius at its interior. If the earth was moved 10% farther away, we would soon freeze to death. If it was moved 10% closer, we would be reduced to ashes. Are we to believe that such precision “just happened”? Think about it: the sun is poised at 93 million miles from Earth, which happens to be just right. Did this happen by chance or by design? It’s no small wonder that the psalmist alludes to God as the grand designer: “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. . . . [The sun] rises at one end of the heavens and makes its circuit to the other” (Psalm 19:1, 6). 3. Proof of God: The Laws of Probability and Fulfilled Prophecy. There are 1,093 prophecies in the Bible that refer to Jesus and His Church, and each one of those prophecies was fulfilled! The Old Testament contains 48 prophecies that pertain to the crucifixion of Jesus. When applying the laws of probability to calculate the likelihood of several events taking place at or near the same time, all probabilities have to be multiplied together. For example, if the probability of a single event occurring randomly is 1 chance in 5 and the probability of a separate event occurring is 1 chance in 10, then the probability that both events will occur together or in sequence is 1 in 5 multiplied by 1 in 10, which yields 1 in 50. In considering the fact that several different prophets who lived in separate communities over a span of a 1,000 years made predictions of Christ 500 years before His birth, the odds against these prophecies coming true are simply beyond our wildest comprehension. For example, the chances of one man (Jesus) fulfilling just 8 of the prophecies attributed to Him are one in 10 to the 17th power (that’s a number 1 with 17 zeroes). Consider this: imagine covering the entire state of Texas with silver dollars to a level of two feet deep. The number of silver dollars needed to cover the whole state would be 10 to the 17th power. Mark one silver dollar with an “X” and drop it from an airplane. Then thoroughly stir all the silver dollars all over the state. Then blindfold a man and tell him he can travel wherever he wishes in the state of Texas. Then somewhere along the way, he is to stop and reach down into the two feet of silver dollars and pull up the one silver dollar that has been marked with the “X.” What are the chances of his doing this? The same chance the prophets had of eight of their prophecies being fulfilled in any one man in the future (based on the work of Peter W. Stoner and Robert C. Newman in Science Speaks: Scientific Proof of the Accuracy of Prophecy and the Bible [Chicago, IL: Moody Press, 1963, pg. 101-109].) The Bible with all its fulfilled prophecies proves the existence of God. Through the law of probability and the mathematical odds of prophecy being fulfilled, we can know assuredly that there was a divine Designer and Author of the Bible. The same One who brought the universe into existence. “You may say to yourselves, ‘How can we know when a message has not been spoken by the LORD?’ If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the LORD does not take place or come true, that is a message the LORD has not spoken. That prophet has spoken presumptuously” (Deuteronomy 18:21-22). Finally, God, the Creator of the universe and Author of our salvation tells us, “Remember the former things, those of long ago; I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like me. I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say: My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please” (Isaiah 46:9-10). Amen, Amen and AMEN...<3
Sir Galahad
I came here to dislike. ITS CALLED FAITH WOMAN!!! 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏 May God have mercy.
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Yes, Jesus is the only way to heaven. Such an exclusive statement may grate on the postmodern ear, but it is true nonetheless. The Bible teaches that there is no other way to salvation than through Jesus Christ. Jesus Himself says in John 14:6, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” He is not a way, as in one of many; He is the way, as in the one and only. No one, regardless of reputation, achievement, special knowledge, or personal holiness, can come to God the Father except through Jesus. Jesus is the only way to heaven for several reasons. Jesus was “chosen by God” to be the Savior (1 Peter 2:4). Jesus is the only One to have come down from heaven and returned there (John 3:13). He is the only person to have lived a perfect human life (Hebrews 4:15). He is the only sacrifice for sin (1 John 2:2; Hebrews 10:26). He alone fulfilled the Law and the Prophets (Matthew 5:17). He is the only man to have conquered death forever (Hebrews 2:14–15). He is the only Mediator between God and man (1 Timothy 2:5). He is the only man whom God has “exalted . . . to the highest place” (Philippians 2:9). Jesus spoke of Himself as the only way to heaven in several places besides John 14:6. He presented Himself as the object of faith in Matthew 7:21–27. He said His words are life (John 6:63). He promised that those who believe in Him will have eternal life (John 3:14–15). He is the gate of the sheep (John 10:7); the bread of life (John 6:35); and the resurrection (John 11:25). No one else can rightly claim those titles. The apostles’ preaching focused on the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus. Peter, speaking to the Sanhedrin, clearly proclaimed Jesus as the only way to heaven: “Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12). Paul, speaking to the synagogue in Antioch, singled out Jesus as the Savior: “I want you to know that through Jesus the forgiveness of sins is proclaimed to you. Through him everyone who believes is set free from every sin” (Acts 13:38–39). John, writing to the church at large, specifies the name of Christ as the basis of our forgiveness: “I am writing to you, dear children, because your sins have been forgiven on account of his name” (1 John 2:12). No one but Jesus can forgive sin. Eternal life in heaven is made possible only through Christ. Jesus prayed, “Now this is eternal life: that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent” (John 17:3). To receive God’s free gift of salvation, we must look to Jesus and Jesus alone. We must trust in Jesus’ death on the cross as our payment for sin and in His resurrection. “This righteousness from God comes through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe” (Romans 3:22). At one point in Jesus’ ministry, many of the crowd were turning their backs on Him and leaving in hopes of finding another savior. Jesus asked the Twelve, “Do you want to go away as well?” (John 6:67, ESV). Peter’s reply is exactly right: “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life, and we have believed, and have come to know, that you are the Holy One of God” (John 6:68–69, ESV). May we all share Peter’s faith that eternal life resides only in Jesus Christ. God bless us all...<3
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