If You Don’t Know Christ… :: By Jim Towers

…Then You Are the Most Miserable of Men

The above is a bold statement, but it’s true. Christ is from where hope springs eternal. He makes life worth living; without Him, you are doomed to a life of futility – and we all have had a taste of that, haven’t we? Thank God we don’t have to reside there.

I think this verse of scripture says it all; “This is the record, that God has given us eternal life and that life is in His son; He that hath the Son hath life – he that hath not the Son hath not life – but the wrath of God abides on him.”

Yikes! We can understand that since even human beings would react in the very same way. Suppose you give a very valuable gift to someone and they trample it underfoot. You would be angry, too, wouldn’t you? Yet we do that very thing with God’s precious gifts, taking them for granted.

Hence, a new study from psychological researchers in Finland, published in the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, finds a positive correlation between an individual’s commitment to social justice beliefs, including “intersectionality,” “antiracism,” and “wokeness,” and experiencing a life full of anxiety and depression.

Do I have to explain that to you? Many Bible verses are self-explanatory, and some take a little more thought. Nevertheless, it is not contradictory as some would have us believe.

I am reading through the Book of Revelation for the umpteenth time, and I have come a long way since I first read it. It is beginning to make more and more sense to me now. Now I know who the Dragon is and who the Beast is, at least in my understanding, which is something I can live with.

AI is hidden in there, as are some of the other entities. But as time marches on, God will reveal to less arduous students of scripture some of the other mysteries, just like He promised; “I will pour out my spirit on all flesh in the Last Days…,” which to me means knowledge of scripture plus the power to use these words to convince people to repent and seek God’s face. Otherwise, what’s the point? Self-glorification – I think not. If anything, it makes a person subject to ridicule and his “friends” a point of jealousy. After all, who wants to be made out to be slothful in their so-called shallow and effectless faith? “Faith without works is dead.”


Jim Towers

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