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    Salvation

    Thursday, August 8, 2013, 1:12 PM [General]

     

                Salvation is not dependent on doctrinal

                specifics of religion you have followed

                on earth. As long as you have lived a life

                acknowledging God, and refraining from

                evil because it is against Him you will

                be saved.

     

                Acknowledging God does not necessarily

                mean recongnizing Him by name. A person

                can be ignorant of religion and still

                acknowledge God by living a good life .

                This is because the choices that we make

                on a daily basis are determine whether

                we end up in heaven or hell.

     

                All people who live good lives no matter

                what religion have a place in heaven. 

     

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    The Good Shepherd

    Wednesday, August 7, 2013, 2:59 PM [General]

     

          I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd

          giveth his life for his sheep.

          But he that is an in hireling, and not the

          shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth

          the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and

          fleeth: and the wolf catcheth them, and

          scattereth the sheep.

     

          The hireling fleeth, because he is an hireling,

          and careth not for the sheep.

          I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep,

          and am known to mine.

     

          As the Father knoweth me, even so know I

          the Father: and I lay down my life for the sheep.

          And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold:

          them also I must bring, and they shall hear my

          voice; and there shall be one fold, and one

          shepherd.

     

          Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay

          down my life, that I might take it again.

          No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of

          myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have

          power to take it again. This commandment have

          I received of my Father

                                                       John 10:11 - 18

     

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    FAITHFUL

    Monday, July 22, 2013, 3:58 PM [General]

              

                            Is He who has promised?
                            Are you passing through a testing?
                            Is your pillow wet with tears?
                            Do you wonder what the reason.
                            Why it seems God never hears?
                            

                            Why it is you have no answer
                            To your oft-repeated plea.
                            As you wait on bended knee?
                            Do you wonder as you suffer.
                            Whether God does understand.
                            And if so, why He ignores you,
                            Fails to hold you in His hand?
                            Do black doubts creep in, assail you,
                            Fears without, and fears within,
                            Till your brave heart almost falters
                            And gives way to deadly sin?
                     

                            All God's testing has a purpose ...
                            Some day you will see the light,
                            All He asks is that you trust Him,
                            Walk by faith and not by sight,
                            Do not fear when doubts beset you,
                            Just remember -- He is near;
                            He will never, never leave you,
                            He will always, always hear.
                            Faithful is He who has promised,
                          

                            He will never let you fall,
                            Daily will the strength be given
                            Strength for each and strength for all.
                            He will gladly share pain with you,
                            He will gladly give you peace,
                            Till your tired and weary body
                            Find its blessed, glad release.
                        

                            When the darken veil is lifted,
                            Then dear heart, you'll understand
                            Why it is you had to suffer,
                            Why you could not feel His hand
                            Giving strength when it was needed,
                            Giving power and peace within
                            Giving joy thru tears and trial,
                            Giving victory over sin.
                      

                            So till then just keep on trusting,
                            Thru the sunshine and the rain,
                            Thru the tears and thru the heart-aches,
                            Thru the smiles and thru the pain
                            Knowing that our Father watches,
                            Knowing daily strength He'll give,
                            Victory for each passing hour,
                            This is life, so let us live!
     

                            Jeremiah 29:11 "For I know the
                            plans I have for you, 'declares the LORD,'
                            plans to prosper you and not to harm you,
                            plans to give you hope and a future."

     

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    Difference Between The Godly and Ungodly

    Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 10:27 PM [General]

     There is a wide difference--in both principle and practice--

    between  the godly and the ungodly.
    The affections of the godly are refined--and their desires exalted.

    The inclinations of the ungodly are corrupt--and their desires groveling.
    Sin has but a tottering standing, and a momentary abode--in the godly.

    But sin has fixed its throne, and taken up its eternal residence--in the ungodly.
    In the godly, grace and sin struggle for sovereignty.

    In the ungodly, sin domineers and there is no struggle.
    The godly is deeply concerned about world to come.

    The ungodly has no concern about eternal realities.
    The speech of the godly is seasoned with grace.

    The discourse of the ungodly is insipid and vain.
    The godly has his hope fixed on God.

    The ungodly has no fear of God before his eyes.
    The godly use the world without abusing it.

    The ungodly, in using the world, abuse both themselves and it.
    The godly confesses God in his daily life, and rejoices with his

    whole heart in Him.

    The ungodly says in his practice--"there is no God" and wishes

    in his heart, that there were no God.
    The godly adores the Creator above all else.

    The ungodly worships the 'creature' more than the Creator.
    The godly uses God's name with profoundest reverence, and

    departs from iniquity.

    The ungodly profanes God's name with impudence, and adds

    iniquity to sin.
    The godly redeems his time.

    The ungodly trifles away his time.
    The godly studies his duty in obedience to all God's precepts.

    The ungodly shakes himself loose from every command of God.
    The godly forgives his foes.

    The ungodly lays a snare for his foes.
    The godly commits it to God to avenge his wrong.

    The ungodly, fiery and tumultuous--seeks revenge.
    The godly loves chastity in all things.

    The ungodly wallows in uncleanness.
    The godly is content with his condition.

    The ungodly covets all the day long.
    The godly is pure in heart.

    The heart of the ungodly is like a cage full of unclean birds.
    The godly walks at liberty in the ways of God.

    The ungodly is the servant and slave of sin.
    The Holy Spirit rules in the heart of the godly.

    Satan rules in the heart of the ungodly.
    The godly has his conversation in heaven.

    The ungodly has his conversation in hell.
    As there is such a wide difference in their principles and

    practices--so also, in their eternal destinies.

    God is faithful--He has promised felicity to the pious,

    and threatened vengeance to the wicked.

    "The wicked is thrust out in his wickedness;

    but the righteous has hope in his death." Proverbs 14:32
    The godly are under the blessing of God's love.

    The ungodly are under the curse of God's law.
    The godly with joy, draw water out of the wells of salvation.

    The ungodly shall drink of the wrath of the Almighty.
    To the godly pertain all the exceeding great and precious promises.

    To the ungodly pertain all the threatenings of God.
    Heaven shall be the palace of the godly!

    Hell shall be the prison of the ungodly!
    While the godly shall dwell through eternity with God,

    the ungodly shall be driven away into everlasting darkness!
    Thus, the righteous and wicked are separated in their life,

    and divided in their death.

    They are divided . . .  

    in their principles,  

    in their practices,  

    in their choices,  

    in their joys,  

    in their thoughts,  

    in their company,  

    in their speech,  

    in their fears,  

    in their expectations,  

    in their death,  

    and through eternity itself!

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    Ungodly Nation,

    Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 10:01 PM [General]

     

     

       America has become an ungodly nation of liars, 

       quitters and self-righteous hypocrites. I am not trying 

       to be unkind,  just saying the truth.   

      

       The godly are under the blessing of God's love.

       The ungodly are under the curse of God's law. 
       

       The godly with joy, draw water out of the wells of salvation.

       The ungodly shall drink of the wrath of the Almighty.

     

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