MemberMay 10, 2021 at 5:46 am
Very thankful for the panel interview and for your work to promote faith in the Word of God, which is also faith in God Himself and His Son, Jesus Christ. I can endorse what was said about people’s need to know the truth, and what is certain, and that comes only through revelation to believing hearts, because faith is the full assurance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. People can see the wonders of nature, but still not see the wonderful Creator behind what they see.
It seems that a love and desire for the truth is the only way to be healed from one’s blindness in order to be saved from ignorance and deception, and God delights to open the eyes of the blind. It is sad to hear that many have been turned away from the faith because of what they have seen in “churches”, and hypocrisy is detestable to anyone seeking reality. The life of Jesus is the light of man, and the best proof we can provide of the truth of God’s word is that people can see that life in us who believe. We were once in darkness but now know that we have a Saviour who is risen from the dead and gives the Holy Spirit to all who will obey Him. It is not an academic faith, something theoretical; through faith in Him miracles happen that we cannot explain, but we experience them; especially salvation from every kind of sin, and grace to love one another as He loves us.
So, may your work set many people thinking, and arrive at the right conclusions! There are realms beyond the reach of our scientific knowledge, but the word and the will of God can be tested and proved through obedience (1 Thess. 5:21 and Romans 12:1-2) that they bring tremendous blessings – works of righteousness with joy and peace – a life that is built on a Rock that cannot be shaken.