When you’ve reached the top and something’s still missing, where do you go? Brian “Head” Welch’s life was spinning out of control. As lead guitarist for the band Korn, people worshipped his music. He made all the money, had all the cars, houses and women he could handle, but still found himself with a crippling addiction to Meth. “I couldn’t stay sober. I didn’t know how. I hit rock bottom.” There’s a point when you finally look in the mirror at an image that you’re simply tired of seeing. Brian wanted to quit, but what if quitting required complete surrender? Copyright I am Second
Listen to Jurien Huggins when he is telling his story about finding God.
This is a great testimony from Muslim who had an actual encounter with Jesus. And Kamran could also saw Jesus was sitting in the throne in heaven through his vision.
Nathan Betts (http://bit.ly/nathanbetts) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question “Why choose Jesus and not Buddha or Muhammad?”. Want to read more widely on this question? Check out “Is Jesus the Only Savior?” by James Edwards (http://bit.ly/1BXw4HZ).
Perhaps the most powerful argument for God’s existence, Christ’s resurrection from the dead.
How can that person make sure they have made the right decision? Of course there are those who have not yet crossed that line, so the approach to them if, “if I crossed this line and accepted Christ, how could I be sure I have made the right decision?”
Musical artist Lacey Sturm, former lead singer for the band Flyleaf, was an outspoken atheist before she planned to take her own life… but everything changed.