There’s a new advertising campaign grabbing my eyeballs in the subway station these days.
Everywhere I look the walls are covered with large posters asking, “Is your digital life worth saving?”
Clearly for this tech company the answer is yes.
Tech companies have been designing our digital lives for quite a while. And now they want to save them.
But tech companies aren’t the only ones that believe your life is important, digital or otherwise.
ER doctors believe your life is worth saving.
Paramedics and rescue workers believe it, too.
So how come you don’t believe it?
“What do you mean? I’m always saving my life.
I’m up on the latest cure, the most up-to-date therapy, and the most exciting lifestyle I can buy.
What’s wrong with that?”
What if you’re missing what’s really important?
What about your soul?
“I’ve got that covered,” you say.
“I go to church on Easter and Christmas, I recycle, I rescue orphaned animals, and I don’t cheat on my taxes. Doesn’t that count for something?”
Sure. You get kudos with the relatives, and you’re not arrested by the IRS. But will doing good things save your soul?
“Well, if that won’t, what will?”
We will never be good enough to save our own soul. Sin has marred our lives and keeps us from a relationship with God. That’s why God has made a way for your sins to be forgiven. And you don’t have to cross oceans or change your lifestyle to get it.
He offers it to you right now in the Person of his Son, Jesus.
Then they said to him, “What must we do, to be doing the works of God?”
Jesus answered them, “This is the work of God, that you believe in him whom he has sent.” – John 6:28-29 ESV
By receiving God’s gift, he draws you into relationship with himself.
Jesus is God’s plan for saving your life.
Now and forever, without a contract or fees.
Want to find out more about saving your life?
Send me a message.