Do you trust that God’s word is true when He says in His word that He has a plan for your life? Do you trust that if you have believed in Christ that God will complete your faith, that He will finish your life in Christ as He says in Philippians 1:6? Do you really believe His promises?
Is your God ‘Sovereign’? Sovereign enough in your life to do all that He has promised in His word that He will do?
In Thank God They Ate The Apple, I share my “ride” to a place to where I came to find answers to these questions and many more. A place to where I could totally trust God as my Sovereign Lord. Trust Him as the only one that can take my sin, my mistakes, my failings, my successes, my hopes — and make something out of all of this, something that ‘glorifies’ Him from all of me.
Is yourself some simple questions if you are one who thinks that your life or your salvation depends on you. For example, did you create yourself? Did you created yourself with all the “needs” you have that seemingly control you? With all your strengths and your weaknesses, all your shortcomings? Did you ask for any of those things during the time of your creation or development as a child? Did you have anything to do with the parents to whom you were born? The town, County and State you were born in? The “belief” system you were reared in? Did you have anything to do with any of that? If you had no control over any of this then ask yourself how all of a sudden you think you have so much control over your life and your ultimate salvation.
Think about it, I did and once I answered these questions by spending hours in His Word, it literally changed my life. My book, Thank God They Ate The Apple, will help you answer these questions.
Those are just some of the questions that will be answered for you as I share with you my journey in finding answers to questions that I came to a point of asking, much like questions I have posed as a lawyer, cross-examining hundreds of witnesses in search of TRUTH. More and more I realized that I had questions in my life pertaining to Him and to His teachings that I had never before asked? And questions that I didn’t have answers to. What a beautiful journey it has been that has allowed me to come to know my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in a much better and more fulfilling way. I have found that to really ‘know’ Him in a real way, a more sustaining way and yes, a new way, a way that is full of joy, happiness and great peace, in Him, has brought great liberty.
But be prepared, Scriptural truth will take you way out of your comfort zone, it did me. And be prepared to see God, maybe for the first time, clearly and wonderfully Lord of all that you are, all that you know and all that you ever have been and ever will be.