Yes, you need Jesus Christ to be your Savior.
As we get closer to the end of the age, more perilous times are coming. Jesus warned His disciples, and all of us, in Matthew 24:3 about the signs of the times and the end of the age…
Satan, the devil, will come to tempt you with the pleasures and treasures of this world. If he tempted Jesus–knowing that He is the Son of God and God Himself–know that he will tempt you too.
My love. My peace. My joy. My hope. My encourager. My provider. My protector. The defender of my heart. The lover of my soul. The forgiver of my sins. My Savior. My Friend. Loyal. Faithful. True. Gentle. Sweet. Kind. Righteous. Holy. Savior of the world. Son of the living God.
We, as followers of Jesus Christ, are a part of the proverbial tree.
If you are in an uncertain season or situation, ponder Psalm 139:16.
In Matthew 6:5-15, Jesus taught us how to pray.
Is there something in your life that you have been asking God for? Is God taking His time answering? Are you growing weary and frustrated with God from waiting?
Ask yourself, am I making a decision based off of presumption or faith in a promise I received from God.