Why Believe In Jesus?

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Reply santha kumar
1:14 PM on June 25, 2012 
I love this site which is helpful to understand christianity. Thanks a lot.
Reply Graham
3:19 PM on June 20, 2012 
Up until fairly recently I've never really been a firm believer in religion of any form. I've always believed science to be the one truth. That is until I spoke to a friend a while ago who posed questions to me I've asked myself before and ignored but this time (hearing it from someone else) it gave me food for thought. That gave me the curiosity to do a little research and how I came across his site. The page on science and religion made me realise what I guess I'd actually known but ignored all along. By reading the parts about asking 'why things were created' and not just 'how' made me realise that there is something more. For this I'd like to thank you for showing me the way and awakening me from my ignorance. :)
Reply santha kumar
10:34 AM on May 20, 2012 
Reply santha kumar
9:34 AM on February 6, 2012 
Reply jancir franco
12:30 PM on January 6, 2012 
I believe in Jesus, amen.
Reply quinton
7:10 PM on November 22, 2011 
when i grow up i want to show my kids to be good
Reply John TIllman
7:56 PM on September 5, 2011 
God bless this website. We must ask yourselves all the time: What is a Christian?
Reply John TIllman
7:55 PM on September 5, 2011 
God bless this website. We must ask yourselves all the time:What is a Christian?
Reply keijo
1:39 PM on August 29, 2011 
Let the be peace over the Jerusalem and prospetery in favor of God and our desire that enterinto new the Jerusalem in the future with Jesus blood and born in the Holy Spirits and the water;be bless and fight for a sound th doctrine about Jesus blood,thanks and bless,keijo sweden
Reply Chezz
1:39 PM on December 20, 2010 
Hi Edward,

I know how easy it is to let mundane daily routine take precedence over any thoughts of Christ. I am way too guilty of just living what I'd call a normal life, not really involving myself in the church or Christian living and I am not proud of that.

I suggest that you work your way back to enthusiasm for Christ gradually. Try to save five minutes of every day for prayer and just speak openly to God about your concerns, issues, etc. as nothing will surprise Him and He would love you to come to Him for support.

When you awake each day just spend a moment being thankful for all the wonderful things you have in your life, whether it be your wife, kids, employment (I don't really enjoy my job, but like the people I work with, and I have to be thankful that I have something to pay the bills!)

As for Bible study, try to find something which gives daily Bible readings, preferably with notes, which has only small passages to read. I have really enjoyed my Bible study this year because I'm working from a book called The New Testament in One Year. It's really clear and has good notes and I'm quite thankful to not have to think about the OT for a year as I find it more challenging to appreciate and apply to life.

Finally I would encourage you to make contact with a friend, perhaps from church, who can help support you and be someone to talk to about your lack of enthusiasm at the moment. I will pray for you too. :)