The empirical question we can ask ourselves is this ;
“Do I really want to know the truth?”
But do we know ourselves?
Are we aware that the integrity of the mind can be easily compromised by that which the heart refuses to believe?
The answer to these questions can free us from self imposed restrictions to living life to the fullest now and can lead us to full assurance for all our tomorrows.
The intellect is most often subject to that which we desire to be true and false.
That is the prejudice of the heart.
We often consider something to be true or false based on more than intelligence.
So there must be a component in making the case for truth that appeals to our inner hunger for more than that which is tangible.
The message must contain resonance with our longings and then corresponding claims that cohere with reason.
Is it any wonder then that God initiates a relationship with us through an act of love?
He paid for our sins on the cross because He loves us.
“For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. “
(John 3 :16)
His act of love is directed towards our hearts.
” With the heart man believes and is saved, by the mouth confession is made unto salvation. ” (Romans 10 :10)
When we come to truth we come to a relationship with Jesus, who says to us;
“I am the way the truth and the life. No man comes to the Father but by Me.”
True Christianity is a relationship that satisfies the deepest longings of the heart and the biggest questions of man’s intelligence.
When we believe and ask Christ to save us, we ultimately come to a person and a relationship with the personage of Jesus Christ.
Do you want to know the Truth ?
He is truth, and He is waiting for you.