Jesus, son of God, is only way to eternal life

2013-04-26T00:00:00Z Jesus, son of God, is only way to eternal life
April 26, 2013 12:00 am

People with no religious affiliation — atheists and agnostics — now make up the third-largest "religious" group in the world.

According to the Pew Forum, 2.2 billion people call themselves Christian; 1.6 billion identify themselves as Muslims; and roughly a billion consider themselves unaffiliated with any religion.

Everyone has a controlling power in their life. Everyone has a belief about matters of time and eternity. How we think about it determines who we are. Atheism is as inferior to Christianity as falsehood is to the truth, both in its intellectual integrity and in its psychological implications

We don't know how the results of our obedience will be for the world; but the Bible tells us that God always blesses obedience.

Praise God, the maker and master of the universe. Faith and obedience go side by side. He that obeys God, trusts in God.

Jesus, the son of God, is the only way to eternal life.

- Nancy Mills, Hammond

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