What makes believing in Christ different than believing in any other option? Of course, it’s often said that the object of our faith is the only difference — and Christ is no doubt superior to anything people may trust in — but what if there is more than meets the eye to our assumptions regarding faith? I’m talking about how the word “faith” oftentimes describes little more than the taking of a chance, that is, a gamble. If we will only take a moment to consider how people claim to have faith in one thing or another, we might not be so quick to regard our faith in Christ as anything similar.
Good news to you!
Jim (aka theShovel)