You have your truth – I have mine


Many in society today feel that everyone is entitled to their own option. They claim, ‘You have your truth, I have mine’.

I’m Wilma Thank you so much for allowing me to share Christina’s story.

Natalie believed she had found the truth, although she felt there was something missing in her life. She mentioned that she was attending the Hare Krishna group.

I told her, “I love your heart’s desire to reach God.” I then went onto explain the difference between religion and Christianity, “Religion is our attempt to reach God or be god, whereas Christianity is God lovingly reaching down to us, accepting us as we are and making our spirits alive.

God isn’t offering you religion, but a relationship.

I showed her my Bible app which says, For by grace, you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast”.

God graciously began to open her eyes to understand that her acceptance with God was to be received, not something she had to earn.

Natalie quickly responded, “It’s like getting a bunch of flowers”.  “That’s right”, I said,” When the flowers are handed to you, you must receive them to make them yours”.

Her reply was, “But I have to get into a higher state of consciousness”. I responded, “but God wants you to just receive the flowers, as a gift.”

Hearing this was a tremendous relief for Natalie.

She received Jesus’ gift of salvation and left a child of God.

Natalie told me that she found the piece that was missing in her life.

She now believes that she is, unconditionally loved and accepted by God. Is that what you long for?

Do you want to feel unconditionally loved and accepted by God?

A brief presentation on ‘Life is like a journey’ will show you step-by-step how you can feel unconditionally loved and accepted by God.