I’ve said this before, but it’s well worth repeating: I have absolute faith/certainty (delete as you’d rather, I don’t want to get picked up on semantics) that Christianity is true because I’ve personally met Jesus Christ.
I spoke to him this morning.
He reminded me about one of his characteristics yesterday evening.
He enabled me to do something I’d have never been able to without his help at the weekend.
He’s not just a man who lived in Palestine 2,000 years ago, although he is that. He’s not just a concept of God that’s more logically coherent than other attempts to explain things like a sense of morality, although he’s that too. He’s alive, and I have a genuine, personal relationship with him.
He speaks to me through the Bible and through my circumstances.
He demonstrates his character to me through conversations and reminders of what he did for me when he died as my substitute meaning I can have eternal life. He’s a really nice person.
He walks my life with me by the Holy Spirit, guiding me and empowering me supernaturally.
If none of that were true I’d be a different person today than I am, but I’m not, so it all must be, and so I’m grateful.
I once was lost, but now I’m found; was blind, but now I see.
- Good Without God (christophercrandolph.wordpress.com)