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Tracts > Skeptic's prayer

By: Martin Cisneros

 

  • What if Jesus Christ is Whom He always claimed to be?
  • What if He is the Son of God, the sacrifice for the sins of the world, Who now is immortal and soon coming King of all?
  • What if He is the One Who has always RIGHTFULLY had the Position to demand your obedience?
  • What if He IS the One Who is going to treat you the way you've treated Him and others your whole life long?
  • What if sin, judgment, and His demands upon your life are real?
  • Where is your life going?
  • The way that things stand right now between you and Him, are you READY for that moment of eye contact with Him that we're each destined to have?
  • What if you were hours away from making unavoidable personal contact with the Son of God?
  • Will much of ANYTHING that you've done, have really mattered in the end anyway?
  • I'm not talking about life after death.  IF He is Whom He ALWAYS claimed to be, then He's obviously returning again soon.  What are you going to do with the questions that you know that He's probably going to ask you?

 

Go ahead and get it out of the way.  Pray this with me.:

 

Jesus Christ, life is too long for me to be wrong for so long.  Show me if You ARE what so many people have always insisted that You were - sometimes with their very lives.  Prove to me that You're not just another Jewish or Pagan myth.  I'm listening, waiting, and watching for whatever proof that You offer of Yourself.  Amen.

 

 

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For the idols speak delusion; the diviners envision lies, and tell false dreams; they comfort in vain. Therefore the people wend their way like sheep; they are in trouble because there is no shepherd. Zechariah 10:2

 

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