In the Prologue to her book, Sara Miles writes, "It turned out that the prerequisite for conversion wasn't knowing how to behave in church, or having a religious vocabulary or an a priori "belief" in an abstract set of propositions: It was hunger, the same hunger I'd always carried."
I have found in my own experience that people seem to think they have to be good enough to be a Christian or smart enough or have something they think they are lacking. Jesus asks for nothing, except that we believe in Him.
Today is a two question day:
What do you think is a requirement for conversion to Christianity?
What are you hungry for?