Whether you are a “seasoned” believer of Christ or just curious about this thing called “Christianity,” the small booklet Ultimate Questions by John Blanchard is a great place to start. The back cover reads:
Health, finance, family, the future–life is full of questions.
There are deeper questions, too. Who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going? Does life have any purpose?
But the ultimate questions are about God. Does he exist? What is he like? Can I know him and experience his power in my life? And if so, how?
This booklet tackles these vital questions head-on — and answers them simply, clearly and directly.
Read it carefully. It could change your life — forever.
I would recommend another booklet on our shelves entitled The Importance of the Local Church by Daniel E. Wray. This is an excellent read for any who desire to follow Christ faithfully according to His word. Again, from the back cover:
Is the local church important? Might not Christians get along well without it? Does it really matter whether I participate in it or not? Even if I go to church services, does it matter whether I join?
Daniel E. Wray raises these questions in this booklet and in answering them provides biblical, practical and sane teaching. Here is a reliable guide to the issue of church membership.
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“The wicked is a very coward, and is afraid of everything; of God, because He is his enemy; of Satan, because he is his tormentor; of God’s creatures, because they, joining with their Maker, fight against him; of himself, because he bears about with him his own accuser and executioner.
The godly man, on the contrary, is afraid of nothing; not of God, because he knows Him as his best Friend, who will not hurt him; not of Satan, because he cannot hurt him; not of afflictions, because he knows they come from a loving God, and end in his good; not of the creatures, since ‘the very stones in the field are in league with Him;’ not of himself, since his conscience is at peace.”