Does your loved one or friend need to have their faith in Jesus rekindled? I have some materials that can help them do that. These are the subjects available:
To those who are prisoners
To those who are stressed
To young adults
To those who are depressed
To those who do not know Jesus
To those who have rejected God
To those who struggle to forgive
To those who are divorced
To those who have had an abortion
surrender to God
Let me know if you want me to send any of these topics to you so you can forward them to your friend or loved one.
Here is part of the one on TO THOSE WHO ARE PRISONERS
Dear brothers and sisters, your Christian family needs you. Your prayers, your sacrifices have great power. If you unite your suffering to Jesus, He can use it to save many souls. For example, if you offer them to Him each day, He will take your offering and will use it to soften the hearts of your family members who are separated from you. He will use your offering to undo any damage that your sins may have caused. He will work miracles in your soul. Work for Jesus and He will work for you. It’s as simple as that.
You have not lived a perfect life, whether or not you are guilty of the crimes for which you have been accused. Even if those crimes were not at issue, you have not been perfect. No man or woman is perfect. All are sinners. In God’s eyes, this makes you no worse than someone who is not imprisoned. Do you understand?
You may feel the eyes of the world upon you in condemnation, but in the eyes of heaven you do not stand out. You are God’s friend. There are many souls, not in prison, who are far guiltier than you. You are cherished. Rest your head against Jesus, and He will heal you.
How can people be free, even while mankind has incarcerated them? The world can imprison your body but nobody has the power to lock up your soul. Your soul belongs to Jesus Christ. He, God, created you to serve heaven. Well, that has not changed simply because you find yourself in prison. It is all about heavenly service, so you must assume that Jesus needs you to serve exactly where you are. There may come a time when you are released from this prison and then you will be called to serve in another place. For now, you must serve where you find yourself.
The most important thing for you to know is that you are loved, just as you are, in whatever condition you are in. Jesus loves you. Jesus, who is all love, is also all mercy. He forgives you any sins you have committed. This is not conditional upon anything but your repentance. In other words, you may feel that the scope of your sin is great. You may feel that you have sinned so badly, and so often, that Jesus could not be talking to you when He offers forgiveness. Dear brother in Christ, may I say that this will not be the first time you have been wrong. I am telling you the truth. Jesus has forgiven you. Go to Him now and tell Him you are sorry. He is God. He has a right to your repentance. Understand that you must do this for Him. If you repent and say you are sorry for your sins, Jesus will heal you of any marks on your soul left by these sins. Many times on earth a human being experiences pain. There are many types of pain, of course, but the pain of not being loved or cared for is particularly troubling to a soul. This pain can then create a predisposition to commit sin. This may have been your situation.