Sunday, April 20, 2014

It's not about bunnies...

Christ suffered a horrible death by crucifixion in order to pay for the sins of all mankind. You have two choices. Seek and you shall find him and be granted eternal life...or...deny him and suffer far beyond what He endured on your behalf. Even if you don't believe in God or Satan or Heaven or Hell, you have nothing to loose by asking Christ into your life (because He will oblige you). If you search in earnest - you WILL find Him. As Christ lives through you - you will experience His glory and become increasingly aware of the power of Satan. Allowing Satan to close your mind to the possibilities means there will be Hell to pay. Take advantage of the offer...you won't regret it.  Christ did his part - the rules are pretty simple...  John 3:36 He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him.  

6 comments:

Dani said...

Amen

thescooterdewd said...

at least we know that bunnies exist....just sayin'....

Ron Kincaid said...

John,
How did you come to Christ as your Lord & Saviour?

Ron Kincaid

WhyR said...

I can tell that "God" and "heaven" and "hell" are very real to you. You could make these things a lot more real and convincing to me and others if you could offer evidence that they exist. You could win converts with ease, as you seem to want to do in your Sunday posts. What evidence do you have? What can you show us?

Matt said...

I used to like visiting this site for quirky "off grid" things and seeing what it was like out there in the Texas desert. But with nearly every second post now a religious theme, I won't bother. Prove anything about religion or christ is true or happened and I'll eat my shoes. All fiction. The sun has got to you.

Mary Dallas said...

Eternity last a long time. You will experience death at some point. Jesus Christ was God in the flesh, His resurrection is not fiction. More historical proof of that than Plato's existence. Seek truth honestly and you will find. Rather it will find you.