This really spoke to me. I came to the Lord late in life, too. I used to ask “why” a lot before that. Now, I don’t ask that anymore. Somehow, the answer to that question doesn’t matter. There are other, more important questions to ask. And those Scriptures you mentioned. And the Holy Spirit. And Luke 9:23.
Hi Susan, Thank you for your comment,
I was Forty when I became born again, and I understand now what I didn’t have a clue to back then.
I too find somethings not at important all, and more seems to drop off almost day by day.
It’s been almost 22 Years now since I first come to Jesus. I could talk about all he has done for hours on end. He has been so good to me. I will help anyone @ any time if I can, get closer to the one who set me free.
Thanks again Susan,
Jerry, I was 56, and it’s only been seven years for me. He chose the perfect time to call me. I think my age and experience helped me to understand a lot that wouldn’t have either at a young age. My parents weren’t Christian, either – totally different religion, so I think I’ve had the benefit of not having to “unlearn” some things my sweet Christian friends have struggled with over several years.
I can honestly say I wouldn’t be alive if it wasn’t for Jesus. He broke so many chains, and I’m so thankful.
Glad to meet you, and thank for being that light on the hill.
Glad to meet you also Susan,
It’s a blessing to read your comment.
God is so good
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