Is He, He I...
So I’ve been trying to catch up on some reading. I’m reading a very interesting story about Henrietta Lacks and her immortal cells. The author was talking about her personal background and how it was so very different from Ms. Lack’s background. The author described herself as agnostic. And that got me to thinking, if an atheist is one who does not believe in God and an agnostic is one who is unsure what they believe. I came to the conclusion that for you to be either one you first must make the conscious decision to say that there is a God, and then make the decision not to believe or be confused, right? I just pondered that for a moment in the awesomeness of God in creating us he still made us free moral agents and gave us a chance to choose for ourselves. How cool is that and yet there are those who have chosen not to believe. It’s amazing to me, you choose what you want but I choose to believe there is a God and I choose to have a relationship with him.
In a world where there’s so much lasciviousness from the pulpit to the streets. It’s in our music, shows, books, in the news, on our phones. There’s no way to get away from it. And sometimes the elders just hall of and say Lord Jesus please come back. Now as a younger person I was like wait a minute don’t come back yet. I want to have sex, get married, and become a millionaire, travel, and these fun and exciting things. But now that I’m older I’m like well if He comes back I’m not going to be disappointed after all what is better than going to heaven and being with Jesus. I get that we have life here on Earth and we want to have a good life. Sometimes life starts to get so dismal sometimes and dark when shootings are the norm, racism is still rampant, greed is a way of life. If Jesus came back I wouldn’t be missing anything as this world is I’m glad I have a relationship with him. Now for those who don’t well you still have some time I don’t know how long I would make Jesus my savior today and worry about the rest later. Just another thought to ponder.