By Ted Cabal, Chuck Colson, Norm Geisler, Hank Hanegraaff, Josh McDowell, Albert Mohler, Ravi Zacharias, J.P. Moreland, Phil Johnson, Paul H Copan
- Chuck Colson
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Read Romans 3:23. But how can a sinful person enter heaven, when God allows no sin? T is for TURN Turn means to repent. Turn from something: sin and self. Read Luke 13:3b. Turn to Someone: trust Christ only. Read Romans 10:9. H is for HEAVEN Heaven is eternal life. Here. Read John 10:10b. Hereafter. Read John 14:3. How can a person have God’s forgiveness, heaven and eternal life, and Jesus as personal Savior and Lord? By trusting in Christ and asking Him for forgiveness. Take the step of faith described by another meaning of FAITH: Forsaking All I Trust Him.
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I learned that the Bible has been passed down through the ages with remarkable fidelity. However, the pivotal issue for me was the resurrection of Jesus. Anyone can claim to be the Son of God, as Jesus clearly did. The question was whether Jesus could back up that assertion by miraculously returning from the dead. One by one, the facts built a convincing and compelling case. Jesus’ death by crucifixion is as certain as anything in the ancient world. The accounts of His resurrection are too early to be the product of legendary development.