The Truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ and His atonement for our sins. Repentance from those sins and an adjusted attitude of becoming more like Jesus Christ! However you spell it or in which direction you read it, our society needs to get back to the truth of God’s Word, the Bible! For more than fifty years our young people in schools and colleges have been without the guiding light of God’s Word in their education. They may get a sermon on the weekends if they attend church, but today it seems that more of that age bracket don’t want to identify with any religion no matter what it teaches.

So…what can we do as a culture or a nation to bring people back to the place where they can get to know their Savior? Pray for a revival among those absent from worship services for the first and foremost action that we can take. The next best action would be for the church to be the church that Jesus intended for us to be, regardless of denomination. What does that mean exactly? Go into your community and find people in need of God’s provisions such as clothing, food, or help with chores around the house. Our society has become so insulated in the past couple of decades until we have forgotten what it means to be Christians and neighbors too.

Life is or should be more than working and coming home to hide until you have to go to work again. When Jesus told the Pharisees about the good Samaritan, He was telling them to go and do likewise. Why can’t we do that? Many of the letters that Paul wrote and those that the apostles wrote also had verbiage to go and take care of those who needed to be taken care of. Jesus said the same thing: “When I was hungry, you fed me. When I was thirsty, you gave me a drink, when I was in jail, you visited me.”

If you have been His hands and feet in this life to those in need, regardless of that need, then you are truly being the Church…the Bride of Christ. As Jesus answered the Pharisees when they asked what they should do after finding out who their neighbor truly is, He said “Go and do likewise“.

You can believe this!

Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and, whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this? John 11:25‭-‬26 KJV

God has never gone back on a promise nor has He ever failed to deliver on one. God has promised in His Word that He would be with us until the end of the age. Whether that is the end of our lives or until the rapture of the church itself, only He knows those dates and the very hour that it will happen. All that we should be doing is making sure that we are ready. Don’t put off studying the Bible and learning more about Him. Don’t decide to skip going to church because someone hurt your feelings a few years ago. Those things are in the past and they should not keep you from becoming more like Jesus. When that day comes where will you stand?