Mere Christianity, by C. S. Lewis
When this book was written, there was a popular idea that he wrote about, that is similar to ideas of today.
“For when you get down to it, is not the popular idea of Christianity simply this: that Jesus Christ was a great moral teacher and that if only we took His advice we might be able to establish a better social order and avoid another war? “
Well, this lie may have just enough truth to it to make the whole thing seem true. Yet, it is a lie.
Jesus does teach us.
However, Jesus was not just another teacher.
Jesus the Christ is the Son of God.
Jesus gives us much more than advice.
He speaks to us of new life, in Him, with the Spirit of God.
A Christian Life is for living, now and forever, with God; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
A life that involves the body, mind, heart, spirit, and soul in communion with God.
You can ask Jesus to show Himself to you. He knows your heart.