A profound question that arises in every generation – Where does evil come from? Why does it persist? If Jesus triumphed over evil on the cross, then why is it flourish today? And a lot of conversations – is the world getting better or worse?
You love the Lord Jesus Christ and with great expectation you want to plant the Word of God into the lives of other people.
But what happens when the Word of God is sown? Jesus tells us in the Parable of the Sower what to expect.
We live in extreme difficult times in our country faced with a deadly virus, lawlessness, and a collapsing economy. Many have lost a sense of living under the authority of God, taking issues in our own hands.
Have you ever come to a place where you felt “I can’t pray and when I do pray it is as if it is not getting through. I am at a place where I need God more than ever before but I can’t get through to Him!” Remember there is a wonderful Counsellor who that want you to seek His help.
Grief without hope is the experience of a person who does not believe that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. For that person, death brings a final separation that is ultimate. There may be fond memories to look back on. There may be future chapters of life and of love to be found in this world, but for the person who does not believe that Jesus Christ rose from the dead, there is no hope whatsoever of enjoying the company of the one who has died ever again.