Conviction

“Do you believe that Jesus Christ is your Lord and Saviour?” This question has been asked by many brave souls to everyone including some of you;

I personally used to get a bit impatient, as I believed that indeed I have accepted Christ into my life when I chose to get baptised, however,
I have learned that, that is not enough.

Conviction (a fixed or firm belief) is what makes the difference.

If you have a firm belief that Jesus Christ is your Lord and Saviour, you will be happy to admit that and not be uncomfortable talking about His love for us all; You will not lose your faith in unfavorable conditions. You will instead speak into your situation, that you trust that you are not alone, That God is with you. Remind yourself of the miracles he has done, both in your favour and in others.

Let us remain hopeful and always keep our heads up high. Let our actions confirm what we profess with our mouth that indeed: ‘Jesus Christ is our Lord and Saviour.’

Below is the first verse from Hymn 320, urging us to wait for the Lord; As it is written:

You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised. For,

“In just a little while,
he who is coming will come
and will not delay.” ‘                       – Hebrews 10:36-37

 

Elisang lifahlego, – Jesu oa tla.
Le lule ka tebello, – O ea fihla.
Oho, le falimehe,-le rapeleng
Leha a liehile;- se otseleng:
Re tla ba teng le rona,-mohla a tlang.
Re thabele morena- mohla a tlang.
Lifela Tsa Sione #Hymn_320 #verse1

Have a blessed day my brothers and sisters and may God be with you; Remain convicted in your faith and remember: “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” – Romans 8:28

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