We All Make Mistakes

We all make mistakes. In 1895, Albert Einstein’s teacher said to his father: “It doesn’t matter what he does, he will never amount to anything.”

In 1954 a band leader for whom the young Elvis Presley auditioned advised him to “stick to driving a truck, because you’ll never make it as a singer.”

Back in 1962, Beatles manager Brian Epstein was advised by a Decca recording executive, “Not to mince words, Mr. Epstein, we don’t like your boys’ sound. Groups of four guitarists are on the way out.”

We all make mistakes in our assessments of things from time to time. Some are more important than others.  Perhaps you have rejected God, along with the Bible that reveals so much about Him.
Have you actually read through the gospels and the amazing stories they tell?

My life changed forever when I read the 9th chapter of John’s gospel.

Barrister Nicky Gumbel’s life changed when he went to the Bible, looking for evidence to debate his friend’s new-found faith.

Greg turned to the Bible for ammunition in a similar debate. Countless others have been Surprised by Joy.

Please take the time to look at the evidence firsthand before coming to a verdict.

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