Absolute Truth with Juanita Price
The Worshipless Life is the Worthless Life
When is the last time you actually spoke not to God, but WITH GOD?  Do you know what his presence feels like?  Do you secretly believe that God only shows up to punish us when we do something wrong?  Do you only speak to Him when you want something?  Do you increase your devotion and worship only at the times that you need Him to answer a prayer in your favor? True Worship can not be faked or it wouldnt be worship.  Worship is more than mere verbal expressions of our devotions.

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What Happens When You Believe

Whoever coined the phrase, “what you don’t know can not hurt you”, may have been more oblivious to pain than they were to ignorance.  It is a medical fact that the sensation of pain is not only necessary, but often a sign that there is something wrong. If not addressed, it may lead to death.  In the same manner, the bible warns of a death that results from ignorance of the truth.  

It is more common than we care to admit to find that there are many believers both new to the Christian faith and/or stunted in the infancy stages of their walk and knowledge who are falling away from the church and the faith.  Why?   Because of the absence of discipleship and the presence of unanswered questions (the critical ones).  Many of them took the initial steps only.  That is they confessed with their mouths and believed the initial message of Christ (death, burial, resurrection and the reason for it all) with their hearts.  For many, the story ended here and no one knew what to do nor expect THE DAY AFTER.  

“What Happens After You Believe?” attempts to lay a foundation of truth and discipleship in a PRACTICAL way for use by the new and maturing believer and new church member.  It is not all encompassing ( no book is), but provides some answers for the struggles and questions that someone new to the faith and Christian lifestyle may have.

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