When Neil Armstrong was travelling back to Earth in 1969 after landing on
the moon he had this thought "It suddenly struck me ... that tiny pea, pretty
and blue, was the Earth. I put up my thumb and shut one eye, and my thumb
blotted out the planet Earth. I didn't feel like a giant. I felt very, very small."
French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal said
"there is a God
shaped vacuum in the heart of every man, which cannot be filled by any
created thing, but only by God the Creator, made known through Jesus
You have a problem - the Bible calls this "sin".
You can't solve the problem.
Many people find this hard to accept. Perhaps you think you are a good
person and are offended by the suggestion that you are not ‘good enough’.
Yet few would disagree that the problem of human nature is all too visible in
the world around us. If you don't think that there is anything wrong in your
life, have a look at what the Bible means by
"sin" and the relevance of Jesus
to the problem of sin.
God has solved your problem. Your problem is solved for ever.
You're born, you live, you die - surely there is more to life than this? Is this
all that life is about? Do you have a God shaped vacuum inside?