God is salvation for all who believe

2013-07-31T00:00:00Z God is salvation for all who believe nwitimes.com
July 31, 2013 12:00 am

The greatest learning experience Is God’s word.

The Bible, according to history, proves in more ways than one that it can predict the future. When God says something is going to happen, it will happen.

Jesus has promised His followers a kingdom — the coming kingdom of God. And in light of that promise, He has said, "Do not fear" (Luke 12:32). The turmoil in our world today is like the weather. It can cloud our expectation of what will happen. But Jesus has given us a kingdom and salvation, and a kingdom we will receive. But when? Are you ready?

If you fear what you see happening in the world around you, focus instead on what God has said in his word. Thank God today that nothing in this world can negate his promises except the denial of God and his son Jesus.

A Christian with faith has nothing to fear from the facts among what Jesus has done for us.

- Nancy Mills, Hammond

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