Thursday, September 8, 2011

Begin again

  I have been chosen to bring the "good news" however, to me it is GREAT NEWS!  Why? because Jesus picked me to share with you about his love, grace, and mercy! His love is incomprehensible to us mere humans, we can't even begin to understand what it took to reconcile the human race back to God.  I feel deeply indebted to Jesus for what he had to undergo in order to fulfill God's plan.  Have you ever been in the desert for 40 days and 40 nights without food, tempted by the devil relentlessly? What about being arrested for no reason? How about being charged with fictitious crimes? Have you ever had your clothes stripped off of you, beaten beyond recognition, until you basically have no skin left?  Have you ever been told to carry a very heavy cross up a steep hill? Now, what about being nailed to this heavy cross, and have it stand vertically to the point of barely being able to breath?  Can I answer for you? ...OK, absolutely not!  Jesus did this for you so that you can be saved from death, and to live forever. Is this not a total act of unconditional love? Especially when He did absolutely nothing wrong?  He even asked his Father, "take this cup from me, not my will, but your will be done." Luke 22:42 

  So how is this good news you ask?  Well...because of the complete sacrifice given by The Son of God, it proves that God loved us so immense that He sent His only Son to die a horrible death (for our sins) so that we can "wipe the slate clean", turn away from the sins that nailed him to that old rugged cross.  First, you have to believe in God, if you do not, I challenge you to pray and ask him to reveal Himself to you, I guarantee (if you pray from your heart and REALLY want to know) that He will, this is what He does, He offers peace like nothing else in the world can give. It is time to give God a chance to change your life, begin again, it is never too late..EVER!

  Why you? Because He chose you. "You have not chosen me: I have chosen you; and have appointed you, that you should go, and should bring forth fruit; and your fruit should remain: that whatsoever you shall ask from the Father in My name, He shall give it to you." John 15:16.

  Are you tired of being disappointed with the things in this world? Nothing satisfies anyone on a long term basis...NOTHING! Except God, it's true! Everything that gets indulged in, leaves the heart empty, however, God will never leave your heart empty, He has promised this..."Let your manners be without covetousness, contented with such things as you have; for he hath said, I will not leave thee, niether will I forsake thee." Hebrews 13:5. 

  A wise man once told me "Stand up for something, or you will fall for anything"
It is time to stand up for Jesus, and if you fall, He will catch you!


  1. Hello!
    My name is Anders and I found your blog today.

    I would like to comment about salvation and forgiveness in order to be helpful!! The comment is lengthy in order to make it understandable.

    (To differentiate,)
    This is what the Jewish Messiah must have taught about ‘salvation’ - if he was a legitimate prophet according to Deuteronomy 13:1-6 in Hebrew: He was called Y'hoshua and Christians later changed his name to "Jesus" and changed his teachings [See docmentation at ].

    As stipulated in Deuteronomy. 6:4-9,11:13-21 one is required to keep all of the directives of Torâh′ to one’s utmost—viz., “with all one’s heart, psyche and might [lit. "very"]“—”for the purpose of extending your days and the days of your children… like the days of the heavens above the earth” (i.e., eternal life). According to the Hebrew Bible, Ezekiel chapter 18, the Creator confer His atonement in His loving kindness to those and only those turning away from their Torah [Books of Moses]-transgressions and (re)turning to non-selectively observance of the commandments in the books of Moses. Everyone has transgressed the commandments in the books of Moses and it is possible to obtain forgiveness from the Creator in His loving kindness when living in the above way. The Creator has promised this in His Bible – which is in Hebrew – and He doesn’t lie.

    Thus, the way of ‘salvation’ in NT, referred to in your post, contradicts the books of Moses and what the Jewish first century Messiah called Y’hoshua taught. I am a former Christian and understand that after having studied Torah in Hebrew according to etymology. The Creator wants to forgive, but ONLY as long as we do our best to keep His Will.

    Doing your utmost to follow the directives of Torah - the books of Moses - will lead you into an immensely meaningful relationship with the Creator. I have been doing this for more than four years and it has led me into a great relationship with the Creator.

    All the best!
    Anders Branderud

  2. I am always awed when I think what Jesus went through for me. To think that he chose is always humbling.

    God bless

  3. Hi, Anders and thank you for visiting my blog, and taking a moment to comment. I will post a response in due time. God bless

  4. Hi, DG, Thanx for popping in. Humble is always the best route ;) Peace with you!

  5. Anders, honestly I can not even begin to imagine my life without the knowledge of Jesus dying on a cross, the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. The Old Testament is a preconfiguration of the New Testament, one cannot be understood fully without the other. Many of the readings your faith believes in, points directly to the coming of the messiah, which has come, there is no more waiting except for the second coming. I would never regress in my faith and believe otherwise, my post does not contradict the books of Moses, but validates them. I respect the Jewish faith, but could never convert to it, it's incomplete, I have read up on it, and it leaves way to many blank spaces to be filled in. Jesus fills in those blank spaces perfectly for me, and for those who believe in Him. "For this day, is born to you a Saviour, who is Christ the Lord, in the city of David" Luke 2:11 I know you believe the New Testament is ficticious, and that is where we differ, and that is fine that we disagree. I think the difference between you and I is that you pop from blog to blog inserting what you believe in,and I just write about what I believe in and let those who want to find it. Truth is truth and Jesus is truth, and I am obligated to state the truth. God Bless you!