2015 A to Z – B – Believe

Welcome back for A to Z  day two.

Believe. It is a powerful word. To believe means you have confidence in an idea enough to commit to investing your time. To believe in God and that he sent His only son to be a supreme sacrifice for our sins is a big deal in my estimation. It is something I consider a major part of my life. My faith is something I never shy away from sharing in any forum, including on my blogs.

As part of the ABC model Believe follows first admitting you are a sinner. I think that is covered sufficiently in the previous post, Admit, so I will not repeat any of that here. Instead let us center our information about belief. Believing is an active verb, meaning you are doing something based on information you received. To believe in God and the sacrifice of his son to cover your sin means you accept him into your life.

Acts 16-31

Many people hesitate because they feel like the minimum requirement for God to enter your life must be higher. I have heard many say I am not good enough. I have done too many bad things. Yes. Yes you have, but God loves you anyway.

Romans 5-8

So, you see, God has already done his part and waits for you to invite Him into your life. If you would like to know more please either ask me in the comments or find a pastor or someone you know who can lead you through the process of salvation.




4 thoughts on “2015 A to Z – B – Believe

  1. You’re so right, that people are often skeptical about the free gift of salvation because they’re used to earning things and it just sounds too easy. But no matter how hard we try, we can’t earn salvation… we just have to believe.

    Great post!


  2. Hi from another blogger doing A-Z.
    Of course we are sinners, how else would we learn a lesson?
    And we are here on earth to learn .. To love.
    To teach that God is love.

    Established churches have committed disservice with all judgmental God, and everything else.
    I’ll come back and read your blog.



  3. So true that people think they have to “clean up their act” before they come to Jesus. But its the other way around, come to Jesus, believe and he will help clean up your act.



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