“I am a Christian, Jesus Christ was sent to the world for me a sinner, I am saved by the blood of Jesus Christ shed on the cross, I am alive because he has redeemed me.
I am a Christian and I make a commitment to live by his promises, live by his power, amazed the Spirit of God is dwelling in me.
I am a Christian, a follower of Christ, committed to growing in faith, learning constantly, living as a forgiven imperfect soul.
I am a Christian, putting Jesus Christ on the throne of my heart, the center of my thoughts, the motivation for living, the strength in my bones.
I am a Christian that is excited about sharing with others the good news of Jesus Christ that all can turn to him and be transformed by his power.
I am a Christian.”
It’s time to draw a line.
Over the years people have asked me if there are any good books that would help them grow in faith, or something they could study to help in their Christian walk. Guess what? Faith is a verb. Faith is a living dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ, with an emphasis on the living. Studying is great. Inspiration by a host of great writers is a blessing. But the only way to grow in your faith is to live your faith. We are saved by grace which is evidenced by a changed life.