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    • God revealed Himself to me as a very real and personal Power Who heard me and answered my prayer.  I saw Him in nature.  Over the following year I became aware of things I had done wrong and felt very guilty about.  I knew I needed forgiveness, so I asked God to forgive me.  Immediately a doubt popped into my mind:  how did I know God would forgive me?     A song flowed through my mind that I had learned as a small child.  Jesus loves me, this I know, for the Bible tells me so.  God would forgive me because Jesus loves me.  A strong desire to read the Bible overcame me.  I bought a New Testament and read it from cover to cover.  It became clear that the reason Jesus died was so that I could be forgiven.  I was about 13.  Since then I have spent a lifetime learning more about and experiencing more of God's incomprehensible love.  It is mind boggling that the Creator of the the universe would care for me so much that He would obey His Father God and be tortured to death in my place.  I deserve that death for my failures, not Him.  He was perfect in every way.  No other religion but Judaism reveals God in such a real and loving, personal way.  And Jesus was Jewish.  But He is also revealed as a completely just and righteous God Who hates and judges sin.  He will judge men for the atrocities committed here, but mostly for rejecting His provision for forgiveness.  Those who receive His forgiveness through Jesus Christ will live eternally with Him.
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