Where is Jesus Christ?

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“Where is Jesus Christ?” Innumerable students are studying Him and deciding whether or not Christ and the Gospel really matter-whether He is relevant in this modern age. C.S. Lewis, a professor of Medieval and Renaissance Literature at Oxford and later at Cambridge, had to do the same thing. He spent his life exploring the great literature of centuries. In his remarkable autobiography, Surprised by Joy, he tells of his pilgrimage from atheism to Christianity. His turning point came with the realization that the writing with the deepest meaning and greatest content was based on a deep, personal faith in God, by men like Augustine, Blaise Pascal, George Macdonald.

Prayer for the day

There is nothing more I desire, Lord Jesus, than to walk closely with You—my Savior and Lord.

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2 Comments

  1. Dawn says:

    Amen!@ Yes Jesus I want to walk closely with you, to the best of my ability, wherever and whenever I can

  2. Gerry says:

    The decision to accept or reject Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior is entirely up to each individual. Ultimately, we will be held eternally accountable for that choice , either way