God is real
'The Lord is my light and my salvation whom shall I fear?' Psalm 27:1 NIV
What hope or help does the atheist or agnostic have? None!Writer and editorialist W. O. Saunders said in American Magazine: 'I'd like to introduce you to one of the loneliest and unhappiest individuals on earth...the man who doesn't believe in God. I can introduce you to such a man because I myself am one, and in introducing myself you shall have an introduction to the agnostic or skeptic in your own neighbourhood, for he is everywhere in the land. You'll be surprised to know that the agnostic envies your faith in God, your settled belief in a Heaven after life, and your blessed assurance that you'll meet with your loved ones in an afterlife where there'll be neither sadness nor pain. He'd give anything to be able to embrace that faith and be comforted by it, but for him there is only the grave and the persistence of matter. After the grave all he can see is the disintegration of the protoplasm and psychoplasm of which my body and personality are composed, but in this materialist view, I find neither ecstasy nor happiness...He may put on a brave front but he isn't happy...He sometimes yearns for a staff on which to lean. He, too, carries a cross. For him, this earth is but a tricky raft adrift in the unfathomable waters of eternity with no horizon in sight. his heart aches for every precious life upon the raft - drifting, drifting, drifting, whither no one knows.'But when you put your trust in Christ, you can say with confidence, 'The Lord is my light and my salvation - whom shall I fear' (Psalm 27:1 NIV).
Soulfood: Lev 16, Lev 23:26-32, Heb 9:1-14