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Whom Do You Say That I Am?

"He saith unto them, But whom say ye that I am? And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God." ~Matthew 16:15-16 KJV
One of the most important questions in history. Whom do you say that I am? Imagine Jesus, standing in front of you asking you this question.

What would you say?

"Well Jesus, there's a lot of people who say You were a prophet or just a good person, even a good moral teacher. They say..."

But whom do you say that I am?

Who is Jesus? Was He just a good moral teacher or prophet? Did He come to earth to simply help people out? To help them with their problems?

Or was He more than that?

Your eternal destiny hinges on the way you answer this question.

Our God is a personal God. He asks each of us individually to receive Him. He gives each of us the choice to decide if we're going to believe what's true or what's false.

Because at the end of the day, He's still God regardless of whether you believe or not.

He just gives you the choice to believe it for yourself.

If you haven't trusted Christ as your Savior, what's holding you back? You can make that decision literally in a matter of minutes. It's the most important decision of your life, yet it's so easy to do.

I or any of the other girls on this blog would love to tell you how to accept Jesus Christ as your Savior if you need to talk to someone!

If you have trusted Christ as your Savior, are you totally sold out for Him? Maybe you need to take a minute right now to rededicate a certain area of your life to Him so that He can be Lord of all.

Who do you say Jesus is?

<3 ashley
"Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." ~ John 14:6 KJV


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