We have good days, and some not so good. What was your happiest day ever?
What are we to do in Hell? I don’t know, actually.
Believing “in the name…” means you believe in “all that Jesus Christ is and does”. Where are you at on this spectrum? Truly saved — almost but not — going to Hell for sure.
Some day soon, whether through my death, or via the Rapture, “time will be no more” for me. Time will cease for me in that moment. I’m ready for that. How about you? No doubt about it! I’m assured by the Lord that there is no question about this: I’ll be there. God already gave me eternal life. I have it now!
There are only two types of humans on earth. You really really want to be the type who sincerely and truthfully accepts Christ, the one who endures all the way.
I’ve got that joy. Do “you greatly rejoice”, and “delight with inexpressible and glorious joy”? You can. But “you must be born again” (Jesus said).
I for one do not want to arrive in God’s Courts with filthy rags on, stinking of sin – before the God of the Universe. How ’bout you? Do you wear filthy robes – or have you been beautified with rich robes of forgiveness? God is able to take away all your past sinfulness — and place you in good standing with Him. No matter how grave your sin, no matter how long you sinned, no matter. No problem. He is able.
What is due to Jesus, because of what He has done for you? He died for you, for me, for all sinners alike. So – what should be our response to Him?
Jesus came to die for us (John 3:16-21). But He was also a prophet. Jesus predicted the destruction of Jerusalem (which did happen in 70 AD). He also speaks of the end times of the earth.
Is your “god” too small? Does “he” leave you fearful about your eternity? What kind of god have you chosen? Were you ever truly born again – back when you supposedly “accepted Christ”?
“God [b is sending] will send upon them [c an activity of error] a deluding influence….” – 2 Thessalonians 2:10-12 2 Thessalonians 2:10-12 In these perplexing, wild, and topsy-turvy 2020 days, a beginning decade, I believe we are seeing about 48%, almost 1/2, of the USA peoples living as dead men walking (“the body is […]
It’s a very simple message from God, actually – what He expects of us. His message is to all of us — us sinful, willful, rebellious, self-centered creatures. God is asking you and me to repent.
Are you ready to meet your Maker? Here are three steps to salvation in Jesus.
…a series on Jesus – with excerpts from each article [expanded and republished from March 7, 2017] What will you do with Jesus? …Jesus the Messiah sent by God Who is this Jesus? As creations by God on earth, it behooves us to read, hear, and heed what God Himself has revealed to us as […]
I have really tried to, but can’t seem to find in the Bible any reference to “Hell Fire Insurance”. Have you? That’s what some call it: where you can somehow “accept Jesus”, but then, well, all kinds of pressures push you away and back into sin… and you just continue there, blustering defiantly, defensively, when […]
*Capture each part of the process of being made alive in Christ. Here the passage is broken into its separate phrases and nuanced truths …explained here by the Apostle Paul in Ephesians chapter 2, verses 1-10. Ephesians 2:1-10 Amplified Bible (AMP) 2 “And you [He made alive when you] were [spiritually] dead and separated from […]
Let’s look at the real God and His very real system of justice. Let’s look at this from within what His book tells us. These are the parts of God’s system:
English version: That Moment in Time Hay un momento preciso en el tiempo cuando todo cambia, cuando un simple ser humano es trasformado por Dios en una clase humana completamente diferente. Es ese momento de cambio cuando el pecador acepta el regalo de Dios de perdón, sometiéndose ante Dios en arrepentimiento, reconociendo a Cristo como […]
Made Alive in Christ Ephesians 2:1-10 Bible study with Dr. Peter Larson. Available: Printable PDF download MADE ALIVE IN CHRIST When the “you” is singular and when it is plural: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The description of that “you” that Paul is giving: ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ Who would be the “ruler of the kingdom of the air” and […]
You are either in, or you are out. Scripture puts it this way: you are either of “those who are perishing”, or you are one of those “who are being saved”.
There is a certain moment in time when everything changes, when a mere human is transformed by God into a completely different type of human. That moment changes everything for that person. Nothing is the same anymore. A new creature has been born – really and truly “born again” into new life in Christ. This magic moment!