look beneath the surface. Many churches are known to have a very harsh version of Christianity that doesn’t invite everyone but rather pushes people away. Christianity will not solve every situation or event; it provides ways to handle the hard situations and bring understanding. Throughout my life, my faith could be described as a roller coaster. Events in my life have cause me to feel like my faith is in a decline and just when I think I am at the bottom I begin to rise again. I battled with my faith and the belief of whether or not that the existence of God is real. For a while I believed that I could do life my way and I didn’t need Religion. In response, I had learned painfully that life is easier to endure and handle when I hold my faith in God. Christianity was one of if not the biggest and greatest blessing of that I have received in my life. I would be be near capable or act at all like I do today without the known faith that is within today. I had to learn that Jesus is the Savior and Redeemer who had been sent by the Father. Humanity must have a personal relationship with Christ whether it is caused by sacrifice 4
or curiosity. Life can be easy to distract and very difficult to handle alone especially with not all Christian churches accepting all as they were meant to. But, even will all that is in the world include the Christians that don’t accept all Christianity has evidence and testimonies from people’s that it can truly cause change to people’s situations and their lives. 5
References How Does the Bible Describe God? (n.d.). Retrieved from Human Nature and the Purpose of Existence. (n.d.). Retrieved from - existence O'Neal, S. (2019, February 24). 4 Types of Love Mentioned in the Bible. Retrieved from Reid, J. O. (2003, April 17). No Real Love Without God Agape Love: The Greatest Spiritual Gift John O. Reid (1930-2016) Sermon; #606C; 70 minutesGiven 17-Apr- 032003-04-17. Retrieved from - God.htm Who Is Jesus Christ? (n.d.). Retrieved from 6
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