Darkness descended on the United States last week when the U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Trump on a party-line vote (with four Democrat defections).
It happened–despite any evidence of a crime–to nullify the votes of 63 million Americans in the 2016 election. It was a sad day for truth, democracy, fair elections and love and light.
Merry Christmas, America.
But the ugliness of this sin or all sins combined do not rank as the greatest power in the universe. This week we celebrate the awesome reality that will ultimately triumph in history.
The Incarnation of Jesus Christ: God’s Love & Light.
Over the past three weeks I’ve talked about who you can TRUST in the big decisions of life.
First, a cloud of billions of witnesses confirm your direction. Second, an infallible Book (The Bible) provides a reliable compass for living.
Third, and most importantly, there is only one person in time and eternity who, through his own sufferings, provided the “Way” to eternal friendship with the Almighty.
Why I trust in Jesus Christ.
There are many events that impacted history over the past four thousand years. (Creation scientists calculate 4128 B.C. for the earth’s birthday.)
Some of those events were disastrous. Others changed the world for good in varying degrees.
One could easily make the argument that Good Friday–when Jesus died for the sins of the world–stands out as the greatest event of all time.
But I still believe the resurrection tops the list.