What Will You Choose?

Jan 17, 2022 | Blog

It is true that at some point you will either experience life after death in the presence of the Father, or you will face eternal death away from His presence. So the question is, “Are you prepared?” What have you chosen as your eternal life experience? I know the focus of this ministry is to mature believers, but you must first become a believer, and the best way to research this topic is through the Scriptures. Read the Bible. You can find it free on the internet. God is your Creator, and He gave you a free will; so you have the right to decide how you are going to live through eternity. You may say, “Well, I don’t believe the Bible. I don’t believe in God because I’m an atheist.” Okay. But I encourage you to think again because every one of us will face an eternity. Honestly, how you choose to live your eternity is the most important decision you will ever make.


We live in the end times, in the convergence of the age between eternal life and the present physical age in which we live. It is the battle of the ages between righteousness and wickedness, between God and satan. Part of salvation not only deals with our eternal lives but also affects how we live our lives today. That is important because the earth is in turmoil, but Yeshua (Jesus) rescues us in this present evil age from the things that we face (Acts 2:40). Paul reminds us, “For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6:23).[1] Life is a free gift from God. But since He gave us life, He can also take that life away. What is sin? Simply stated, sin is disobedience to God our Creator; it is a refusal to accept His will and what He has provided for us. Sin brings death, but God is offering everyone the free gift of eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord (John 3:16).


God loves you. He not only created you, but He is also your Father. He loves you with a love that is beyond comparison. If you seek it, He will beam the depth and power of His love toward you and bring you His salvation.


But God, being rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in our transgressions, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved), and raised us up with Him, and seated us with Him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus. (Ephesians 2:4-6)


God created you with a destiny and a purpose in your life. Enter into His salvation and you will discover life-changing experiences—not just in eternity, but right now as well. I believe there can be a global outpouring of salvation. If you are a believer, pray with me for this to happen. Salvation is always a personal meeting between you and Christ, between you and your Father. But I also see in the Scriptures where Jonah spoke to the great city of Nineveh and the whole city repented. God removed the judgment He had planned, and the city was saved (Jonah 3:4-10). Without salvation, we are without hope in this world; but by the sacrifice of the blood of Yeshua, we have been reconciled to God (Romans 5:8-11). Once we have this reconciliation, it should trigger a cry in our hearts to bring others into it as well and see them experience reconciliation through the cross of Christ our risen Lord.


[1] All Scripture references are from the New American Standard Bible 1995 (NASB1995).

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