We are all sinners. We live in a very imperfect world with temptation
and evil all around. We try to do what is right, but sometimes
it is not enough. Satan knows our weaknesses and he tries hard
to make us follow him. When we feel ourselves giving into his
temptations we need to seek the help of the One who died for
our sins so that someday we may have eternal life. If you are
a believer in God but not sure what it means to be saved, and
you desperately want salvation, you have come to the right place.
And if you are saved but struggling in your life as a Christian,
this is your place too. Please take a moment to read the following
prayer before you begin to seek comfort for your pain.
My life is
such a mess. I know I am a sinner and I don't deserve
your mercy and grace, but I ask that you please
come into my heart. Forgive me of all the wrong I have
done in my life. I know that Your Son, Jesus, is my Lord
and Savior. I know that He was sent to earth to die on
the cross for me and was resurrected so that someday I
may have eternal life. (John 3:16) Grant this for me now,
Father. Hear my prayer. Let me live with you forever. In
Jesus name, I pray. Amen."
If you said these words honestly and sincerely from your
heart, you will soon feel a peace that transcends all understanding,
and you will walk in His love for eternity. This does not
mean you will never be tempted again or feel pain or sorrow
in your life. However, being saved will keep you in His
grace and love forever, and you will never again have to
do it alone.
Want to know who Jesus is and how you can know him?
Life is full of many difficult and unexplained challenges.
We have seen many ourselves here at JustFaith.com. Because
of all the trials and errors that we have been through,
we feel that God has directed us to this Web site, in order
to help those of you who are unable to get through your
own misfortunes. This site was created for you, to encourage
you and to help restore the faith that sometimes gets buried
too deep in every day problems, or unexpected and unexplained
disasters or tragedies.
Though we may
never understand them, even as seasoned believers, these
challenges we face are meant to help us
by giving us the strength and patience we need. But still
we ask why? Why must we be the ones to feel the pain; from
divorce or abandonment, sickness or abuse, depression or
dependence, or from losing a precious loved one? "Why
me?" we ask. "Why anyone?"
It never makes any sense when a child loses his or her
battle from an incurable illness or accident, or someone
takes someone else's life, or tragically their own. How
does anyone ever get through that kind of pain? Or how
does anyone get through the memories from an abusive relationship,
or when the love of their life leaves them, never to return?
Your heart is bruised and your spirit is broken. You stumble
through it, but you survive. Then comes another test, another
trial. You trip again and fall to your knees. But once
again you stand, only to end up flat on your face when
life throws you another curve, another lesson. But somehow
you struggle through, until another tragedy strikes. How
much more can you take? How many more times can you endure
all these misfortunes before you stop trying and give up
We say never! Never give up! Don't fail the tests of this
world. Don't let Satan have his way! He will do anything
to hurt you and destroy your life. Turn your earthy trials
into triumphs and let your mess become a message to others
like yourself. Would you rather be bitter or better for
JustFaith.com is about restoring faith, the faith we need
in Jesus Christ and trusting the plan He has for us. You
won't hear preaching, for we are not pastors. You won't
receive judgment, for we are not God. What you will see
are Scriptures from the Bible, for what better place to
go for faith? What you will find are messages to help you
get through your time of need, for we have been where you
are. And what you will hear are prayers, for there is power
You may feel abandoned, but you're not. God knows your
heart and that is what He looks for. He would incline an
ear to those hurting and crying out to Him. But the real
issue is in knowing Jesus and having that saving knowledge
of Him. That is the goal. God's goal. Sometimes it is not
necessarily to just help you through a crisis, but to have
that crisis bring you closer to Him and cause you to depend
upon Him entirely.
God hears your cry. He feels your pain. He sees your tears.
He has also blessed us with our own misfortunes (yes, blessed!),
providing us with the words and experience we need to help
you through yours. We are here to encourage you not to
give up and to help you find your faith. We pray that you
leave with a better understanding of your pain, your suffering
or your loss, and that you feel the comfort of His arms
again . . . . . or at last. In Christ's service, Tj