If you’ve come to Quo Vadis to find the truth as it is in Jesus, you’ve come to the right place! We are living in a time where the challenges and distractions of everyday life can sometimes subdue the counsels the Bible provides for us as Christians. This is why we at Quo Vadis are committed to sharing the Gospel message in a way that makes Christian living practical, realistic, and attainable. While we still support the need to embrace Bible prophecy and to reveal its importance for the times in which we are living, our primary focus is in helping those yearning for a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ to develop a character fit for the Kingdom.
We were involved at another multimedia ministry for many years but felt the need of taking different approach to spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ when Quo Vadis was born. We desired a Christ centered ministry bringing the viewers closer in relationship to Jesus Christ and this is why Quo Vadis exists.
Considering where we are in time, the question we must ask ourselves at this point is, “where are we going?” Are we ready for the return of our Lord and Savior in the clouds of heaven? Are our characters prepared for the Kingdom? Is there anything in our lives that could impede our ability to claim the promises that Jesus has so graciously offered? Do we have a genuine personal relationship with Jesus Christ and are we living our lives the way He had hoped we would?
Many commit considerable time and effort to the work of the Gospel. But will this alone suffice in ensuring us a place on the Sea of Glass? Few realize that it is not, nor has it ever been, the external efforts that ensure our salvation, but rather what is in our hearts. And all our professions of faith will be meaningless, unless we love the Lord with all our heart. “These people draw near to Me with their mouth, and honor Me with their lips, but their heart is far from Me” (Matthew 15:8). It is not our outward efforts that will attest to our righteousness, as the Apostle Paul pointed out: “Not of works, lest any man should boast” (Ephesians 2:9). Rather, it is the way in which we live our lives and in how we treat others. I pray that none of us, when asked to give to the Lord an account of our actions in life – pointing out how we prophesied, cast out demons, and did many wonderful works in His name – that He will respond with those chilling words, “I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity” (Matthew 7:22-23).
We must come to know what it means to die to self and to be born again. We must find the commitment and fortitude to walk the narrow way despite pain and sorrow, despite trials, despite slander, and despite persecution or any other challenges that life may bring. And it is only by our trust and faith in Jesus Christ, that we will be able to overcome. If we are all too ready to place our trust in pastors, teachers, and other representatives of the faith instead of making Christ the center of our faith, we can easily lose sight of Him altogether. Our eyes should be fixed on Jesus first and foremost. The words of scripture remind us that “it is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man” (Psalms 118:8). Even under the best of circumstances and with the most honest intentions, people may let us down. But the Lord will never let us down!
We pray that the messages you find on QVTV will inspire you to study the Word of God more closely and to develop a deeper, more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. If there was ever a time in this world’s history to draw closer to the Lord, it is certainly now. So, as you consider the challenges you face in your own life today, ponder the question, “where are you going?” There is still hope in living the real Gospel message and embracing the truth as it is in Jesus so that you will be ready to be with the Lord forever when He returns for the faithful. Quo Vadis.