Brothers and Sisters,
For many Americans Christianity has become a rapidly deconstructed fragment of their actual identity. People refer to themselves as a “Christian” when asked about matters of faith, but you won’t find them openly proclaiming Christ as their central identity.
How many of us are living according to God’s Word and how many are living according to the ways of the world?
In my early twenties I was calling myself a Christian, but I was living a very worldly life. God came secondary to my career and worldly desires. I wasn’t attending church. I wasn’t reading my Bible. I wasn’t praying. What part of me was living a Christian life that could justify calling myself a Christian?
That all changed a few years ago when the Holy Spirit moved my heart closer to God. Starting and scaling Gab has been one of the most challenging and rewarding things I have ever done in my life. I can say with great confidence that without my faith Gab would not exist today. It would have failed many times over.
The more The Enemy attacked and persecuted me, the closer God drew me into His loving embrace. I started attending church, got married, became a father, and humbled myself as the worst of sinners before an Almighty God.
This is a trustworthy saying, worthy of full acceptance: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the worst.
1 Timothy 1:15
This Palm Sunday I was baptized as we are commanded by Christ in Matthew 28:19. I invite you to watch my baptism and testimony here. I pray that it inspires even one soul to return to Christ and commit their lives to Him.