But is it true?
Christmas Eve is a special time. After the presents have been bought and plans have been made, we gather to sing carols by candlelight and ponder the significance of the birth of Christ.
On December 24th at the 7pm service at Westminster in Barrie, Pastor Ruttan helps us do just that by sharing a 16-minute message called “But is it true?”
Let’s be honest. We live in a world of skepticism. Can we trust what the Bible says? Is Jesus really who it says he is? Did that old story really happen? Is this “good news” good for us, or just for someone else?
How we answer matters. Why? Because what you think is true shapes your life and defines your legacy.
So, as you think about the arrival of Jesus, and the announcement that he is good news for all people, do you think that statement is true… or not? It’s a question we all have to answer at some point or another. And it can impact our life and legacy in a way that nothing else can.
C.S. Lewis has said, “Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important.” So listen in. The message is called, “But is it true?”