I tried to tell Felix about my faith. He was polite, but he said he would rather not discuss religion. His goal in life was to be a decent person and to find as much enjoyment as he could. He had concluded that death ends everything. He said he was happy with his beliefs.
Apparently Felix refused to think seriously about God’s revelation of Himself in nature (Job 38; Ps. 19:1-6; Rom. 1:20) and within his own conscience (Rom. 1:18-21; 2:14-16).
God has revealed Himself in the created world, in our inner nature, and in the Bible. All people are responsible for what they do with God’s self-disclosure. We can rationalize away His revelation in the created world. We can refuse the inner witness of our conscience. We can reject the Bible. But those responses lead to hell.
The best and most appropriate response to God’s revelation is awe, acknowledgment of sin, and confession. This leads to forgiveness, inner peace, and everlasting life.
If you’ve rejected God’s revelation of Himself, repent and turn to Him before it’s too late. If you’ve decided to open your heart to Jesus Christ, you can be sure you’ll be welcomed into His presence for all eternity.
The Lord reveals Himself to you
In many different ways;
So don't reject and turn away;
Instead, give Him your praise. —Sper
Sooner or later you'll have to face God.