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  1. God is a righteous Judge. There'll be millions of children and aborted babies in heaven for example. However, if you knowingly reject to be reconciled, then where are you expecting to end up in eternity? 18 And all things are of God, who hath reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ, and hath given to us the ministry of reconciliation; 19 To wit, that God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them; and hath committed unto us the word of reconciliation. 20 Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to God. 21 For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.
  2. Stonehearst Asylum and A Cure for Wellness are two good movies I watched recently.
  3. Sadly, the initiates (those initiated into the occult) of this world have been busy programming the masses against the one true God with their lies.
  4. Yep. Repent means change your mind and believe and trust the ONE true God.
  5. Yep. ALL are guilty (the human race) and have fallen short. Someone is saved when they believe and trust the gospel of grace and have the righteousness of Christ imputed to them.
  6. Someone should go and look up Jack Parsons and the Babalon working to see the kind of folk that have and are running NASA. Science falsely so called (1 Tim 6:20).
  7. Everyone has and does. If you know what God’s Law is you know you are one. Thank God saved people are under His Grace and not the law.
  8. Do you sin Mario? I know I do. Jesus Christ paid for all your sins, past present and future if you would just simply trust in his finished work. That's the simplicity in Christ the enemy doesn't want you to trust in.
  9. http://graceambassadors.com/salvation/a-christian-wouldn’t-do-that http://graceambassadors.com/salvation/how-do-i-know-i-am-saved Grace & Peace.
  10. Just another bit of info here. “A Christian Wouldn’t Do That” << ARTICLE INDEX | TWITTERFACEBOOKGOOGLE+ | PRINT THIS POST By Justin Johnson There was a man who has never entered a church building. He drinks alcohol with every meal. He has representations of false gods on his wall and believes various superstitions. He struggles with pride, treats his wife bitterly, and is very materialistic. There is another man who gathers regularly with other believers, prays multiple times every day, loves his wife, and spends most of his time and money in pursuit of spiritual things. Which one is the Christian? Would you be shocked to discover it was the first man? “But!” you say, “A Christian wouldn’t do that!” Salvation is Belief not Behavior Being a saved person and a saint of God is not a product of a person’s lifestyle. In fact, salvation is not a product of any effort of your own. It is what God performs upon you through Christ’s finished work. Since Christ did every necessary work for the salvation of your soul, it is free. There is nothing else required for you to be a saint of God. Christ is your righteousness. A saved servant of God should not live the lifestyle of the first man, but the first case describes a man who heard the gospel from a stranger just two days ago and has trusted that Christ did every necessary work for his salvation. There is no meeting for Christians nearby for this man, and he has only been able to read in his Bible to Genesis 34 in the past two days. He knows a few saved people, but they live a wretched lifestyle and justify their sins by their liberty in Christ. You say, “A Christian wouldn’t do that!” But they do, all the time. Doctrinal Maturity is Needed to Change Behavior Remember the Corinthians were called saved saints of God by Paul, but they lived the most reprehensible disrespectful lifestyle of any group Paul addresses. Paul calls them babies (1 Cor 3:1). Their position in Christ was right, their behavior was terribly wrong. What the first man needs, as do all babes, is to mature in the doctrines of grace. Paul says, the doctrines of grace teach us to live a mature life of godliness, sobriety, and righteousness (Titus 2:12, 2 Tim 3:16). The effort to walk in right doctrine is not to earn salvation, but for the sake of Christ, the unbeliever, the naysayers, and for the first man who needs a godly example to follow (Phil 3:17). Another Example The second man describes a devout Buddhist. Though outwardly spiritual, he does not believe in any single deity, and believes his neglect of the body is part of the noble pursuit of happiness. He has no faith in the gospel, and does not think that Jesus is the only way to God. Surprised? Here is more proof that salvation is not a product of behavior but of belief. His lifestyle also aptly describes false Christians that fill American churches. They meet with other “believers”, offer prayers, tithe, care for other people, and count on their good works to be justified before God. They are as unsaved as last week’s leftovers, because salvation is not based on the outward appearance but the inward faith. They have no faith in the Christ’s finished work, even though they put enormous effort in pursuing spiritual things (2 Tim 3:7). These so-called “Christians” participate in ministries all over the country and do not know or believe the gospel of grace of God. What a Christian Should Do There are so-called Christians who judge salvation by a person’s lifestyle (Titus 3:5). They are wrong to do so. There are saved people who justify their own sinful behavior with liberty (1 Cor 6:12, Rom 6:15). They are wrong to do so. There are “Christians” everywhere who participate in ministries but deny the gospel of the grace of God (2 Cor 11:13). They are wrong to do so. What’s that you say? “A Christian Wouldn’t Do That” Find out for yourself. You might be surprised at what some so-called Christians believe. Do the work of an evangelist. This would be the right thing to do.
  11. Nacho Novo

    very sorry to hear this, one of my favourites. love him, get well x
  12. http://graceambassadors.com/salvation/how-long-is-eternal-life
  13. How Long is Eternal Life ? Talking of eternal life is like talking about a trillion dollars. They are both so large that their magnitude is often unrealized. One million dollars may be attainable by some, but people concede that a trillion is a lot more than a million and leave it at that. Living for a hundred years is a long time and has been reached by a few in modern years. The nine-hundred sixty-nine years of Methuselah seem other-worldly. Eternity is something much longer than a mere thousand years. I’m sure there are more than a trillion sands in the sea. Human brains tend to shut off from reality when we try to think of numbers this large. They are only numbers on a page. But God knows: Scientists and manufacturers spend billions of dollars to try to extend our life just a few years at a time. This is like trying to add a few more sands to the seas. But God, the source of life, is able to give life abundantly! He has defeated death, paid for our offences toward Him, and has offered the gift of eternal life to all those who put their faith in the atonement and free justification of Jesus Christ. If we would spend a trillion dollars to offer healthcare and medicine to help extend the life of the infirmed for a few years then how much more important would it be if we could extend life a thousand years? Ten thousand? What about forever? This would be worth all our time and money if we could receive it! Jesus made this value statement, “what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” (Mark 8:36) We only have a short time to receive eternal life before our death. God has helped us by providing us with the written means by which we can know how to receive it. The instructions are in Romans 4:5and 25. Unfortunately, humanity refuses to turn to the source of life or the book he provided. Scientists continually fail to find eternal life in a laboratory. They need to ask the question, “how long?” The answer til death is “Not long.” The answer that only God can provide is “forever.” Your life is a few granules of sand and a few drops in the oceans of eternity. Spend it seeking eternal life (2 Cor 4:17,1 Peter 1:24). Find it in God’s grace in the death and resurrection of Jesus for you (2 Cor 5:21).