Come, while Christ is pleading

Dear friend,

I’m writing this letter to you.

Because I don’t want to go another moment without reaching out, without trying, without sharing.

Every day is an opportunity. Every day is another chance to change, another chance to figure out wrong from right and then do what’s right, another chance to make a choice.

What have your choices been?

What will your choices be today?

Have you ever found yourself confused, feeling empty, lacking purpose?

Have you ever felt, or have you been feeling lately, that there is something looming ahead that fills you with a bit of worry, anxiety, or fear?

Or maybe you’re not worried. Maybe you’ve never felt any fear about the future. And maybe you’ve never given God a chance, or you’ve turned away from God a long time ago.

Maybe someone hurt you. Maybe you once trusted God but then stopped. Maybe someone or something convinced you to have a distaste-or even a hatred-for anything that has to do with God.

Or maybe you feel like you can’t come to God even if you wanted to.

Whatever the case may be, it’s not too late to give God a chance. He is calling and pleading with you to come to Him.

There are so many ideas out there, so many beliefs. So many trends that continually point away from the fact that God is a powerful, loving, Creator.

He cares about you. Truly.

I get it, some things don’t make sense. Scientists don’t think there is a God. Questions remain unanswered. Pain remains felt. Darkness remains all around us.

Yet God is still there, wanting to come into your life. To help you, to guide you, to comfort you, to love you.

To lead you into the way of light.

Today if you will hear his voice, harden not your hearts. Come while Christ is pleading.

He is near to those that call upon Him and is a very present help in any trouble.

The God of all comfort has comforted me, and he can comfort you.

Come to Him, dear friend. Let not the traps of this world bind you any longer. Look up, look ahead, and cling to the One who says He will never leave you nor forsake you.

Does this take trust? Yes. Does it take faith? Yes. Does it possibly take a drastic change in your life? Only you can answer that.

Whatever your life may have been or wherever you find yourself now, if you feel a need for something greater, then come boldly to God so that you may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.

Until next,

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