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What is the difference between belief and trust?

You can believe in a lot of things. You can believe that a certain sports team is the best or that something you heard is true. In the same way, you can believe God is real. You can believe Jesus lived on Earth and that the stories of the B...

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What if I don't regret my sins?

If you understand what sin is, then you should know that you need forgiveness. Sin is a moral affront to a holy God. It’s falling short. It’s missing the mark of what He wanted for us. We are sinners by birth, by nature, by choice, and by p...

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How do I start a conversation about Jesus?

There's no specific formula for starting a conversation about Jesus. The key is simply to ask God for opportunities and then take them as God brings them to you. The reality is that there are probably more opportunities to talk about Jesu...

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Why should I tell others about Jesus?

Apart from Jesus, there is no salvation, no forgiveness of sins, no relationship with God, and no Heaven. Without Jesus, a person will suffer the punishment for sin in Hell. You have lost family members, lost neighbors, and lost business ...

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What are the keys to going deeper in my faith?

The keys to going deeper in your faith aren't complicated. The first key is regularly reading the Bible. The Bible is God’s Word, and in it, we learn about God. We learn what God’s desires are and how to walk in ways that plea...

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How do I study the Bible? Where should I start?

When it comes to reading the Bible, it’s better to start small and be consistent than to try to read too much and burn out. Find an amount that you can read consistently and try to stick with it as much as possible. The more consistent yo...

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How can I recognize real Bible truth?

Today there are many attacks on the truth of the Bible. There's the frontal attack of liberals who deny it is true. There's the attack from the rear by those who want to substitute their own experience over the Word of God, saying, "...

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