Reblogged from Chuck Norris.
[F]or too many years I was in rebellion to God. Now I’m a rebel with a cause for God and for grass-roots America.
I no longer fit the mold. I’m not a liberal actor from Hollywood. I’m not politically correct, in my opinions or my practice. And though I’m concerned with what people think, I will not compromise the truth in any form to cater to others, even with religion and politics.
Those who would merely brand me on ”the right” are oversimplifying and running from the real issue. I’m not the issue! None of us are. Jesus is, especially during Christmas.
And the question He asked the people of His day still needs to be answered by those in ours: ”Who do people say that I am?”
Christmas found in the heart, not under a tree
If you don’t know about the facts of Jesus’ life, or simply have questions about it, you can find many concise answers online at WhoIsJesusReally.com. You can also read about His life in the Bible, now available online. (I suggest starting at the book of Luke in the New Testament.)
However, always remember, faith is not found in the head, but in the heart. And the true meaning of Christmas is not found under a tree, but on a cross.
If you’re ready to become a Christian, just as Gena, I, and millions of other Christians have, you can do so by simply praying the following prayer from your heart:
Jesus, I want to know you personally, especially as my Savior and Lord. I accept that you died on the Cross for my sins. I open the door of my heart right now and invite you in. Take control of my life. Teach me to be your follower. Thank you for forgiving my sins and giving me eternal life. In Your name I pray. Amen.