We all have fears and worries. We all know that life can be unpredictable; like in pandemics, everything can change suddenly. Not to mention the fear and worry that comes from contracting a deadly virus.
Why are people, including religious people, afraid of contracting a deadly virus? One reason is that they aren’t certain of their salvation. Neither doing many good deeds nor performing ritual prayers provide assurance of heaven. Isa Al-Masih gives the promise of eternal life in the Injil. In every situation, we need this reminder so we can be certain where we’ll go after we die.
In this video, we will see how someone can have the assurance of heaven and stay strong spiritually in difficult times. You can have that certainty too. Contact us to know how!
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- How do you keep healthy both mentally and spiritually during stressful times?
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