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What better way to start a conversation about Jesus than to answer the most important question people have: Does God really love me?
This easy-to-hold, easy-to-read leaflet takes the best-known Scripture in the entire Bible, John 3:16, phrase by phrase: God loved the world and God gave His son; for our part, we believe, and we live—abundantly and eternally.
Use these simple, attractively designed pocket-sized conversation starters (25 per pack) with friends and family who need to know Jesus and answer their most important question once and for all: God really does love each of us!
Every person has two great longings. The first is to be loved and the second is to love. But when pressures and heartaches come into our lives, many give up any hope of ever finding love.
John 3:16, perhaps the most well-known verse in the Bible, reads:
“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.”
Simply stated, this verse tells us four things:
God loved. God gave. We believe. We live.
Are you ready to start your relationship with Jesus and experience His Love for yourself? Click below to learn more and even find a prompt for prayer.
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Wade Jenkins, who turned 104 on November 15, is a member of a vanishing breed as one of 16 million men and women who served in the armed forces during World War II. He has listened to Pastor Adrian Rogers for decades. “I used to try to hurry home from church. Pastor Rogers came on at 12:30 and I really wanted to hear him. Now I tune in at 3 in the afternoon on Sundays."