Our world today sees no real need for a religious figure who lived two millennia ago. He did not help them get their first job, buy their first house, or find their first wife.
They may even ask, “what has he ever done for me?”
He does not provide entertainment, cure sickness on command, or find that parking spot next to the door. He does not stop plagues or fires in their tracks. Nor does he help my footy team win games.
They think, “why would I need Jesus if he does not help with the things most important to me?”
There are even some Christians who claim his name, appoint him their co-pilot, or use him as Saviour don’t feel they need him once they have him in their pile of stuff. While they sing songs with his name in them, they can go days, weeks, and months without a single thought of needing Christ for anything. Dare I say it even ministry work and Bible study can distract us from the need for Christ if it is done as busywork and not with Christ as the goal.
It is a worthwhile question to ask why you need Jesus Christ. Especially if