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Is truth relative?
What does that even mean?

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  • Hi Mike,

    Thanks so much for your content, it’s been very edifying for me. I’d love to have a discussion with you if possible. After 15 years of new age, last year in October I surrendered myself to Jesus Christ. It has been a challenging path since but one that I am committed to. The problem for me is that I do not seem to have that tangible, personal relationship with Jesus Christ that you and all other born-again Christians talk about. I pray out earnestly and consistently to experience the Truth of Him in all His glory and be baptised in the Holy Spirit, but I only seem to get glimpses of Him. I think perhaps some of my old new age beliefs are compromising this experience. Would love to hear your insight and hopefully have a discussion with you about this if possible! Thanks so much and God Bless.

    James.

    • Hello James,

      Salvation does always come with a supernatural feeling or sensation. It is primarily based on faith—faith in the Lord Jesus and faith in His Word. I went about a year in the beginning of my ministry when I did not “feel” any kind of supernatural power like many of those around me claimed to feel. But then it happened in a very remarkable, unpredictable, and unmistakable way. I was praying for someone else to be healed, not even thinking about myself, and the power of the Holy Spirit fell on me and I began speaking in tongues (the baptism with the Holy Spirit). I will message you at your email address in case you want to follow up on this line of communication more deeply. Meanwhile, you should read the article on “The Promise of the Father” in the Bible teaching section of this website. Here’s the link: https://www.thetruelight.net/wp/the-baptism-with-the-holy-spirit-the-promise-of-the-father/

Written by Mike Shreve