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Are You Sure About Your Security?

Amos 6:1

Life is proverbially uncertain, "... We know not what shall be on the morrow" (James 4:14). All of us live among the unexpected. We must not take nothing for granted that is still in the future. We must keep in our mind the idea of the unexpected puts an end to carnal security.

The membership of the church is mixed; there are tares and wheat placed one with the other. There are those that may be cold or hot and there is also the lukewarm. There are some that love God and some who do not. Yes, there are some who have never said they were for him or against him. Let me say the true ideal of a Christian life is one of watchfulness, activity and love; these qualities are not to be found in the non-spiritual people.

In today's world, there is much preoccupation. Spiritual things ought to get our first and foremost and continuous attention. "... But seek ye first the kingdom of God" (Matt. 6:33). The non-spiritual eat, drink, marry and are …

A Message From God To You

John 1:5

As a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ, I have received a message from Him for you. Allow me to say that He gave His words to the apostles and many others. He revealed to the apostles the character of the Father. He disclosed truth concerning our redemption. He speaks to us through the sacred Scripture. It is our duty to herald Christ to you. I am not here to preach theories to you, but the truth of God's word - No ecclesiastical and theological-isms. John declared "... that God is Light, and in him is no darkness at all." (v.5)
Light is God's apparel, "Thou coverest thyself with light as with a garment." Light abides with him. "The light dwelleth with him." God abides in it, "... dwelling in light unapproachable." He has called you and I to walk in that light. "Who hath called you out of darkness into the marvelous Light." (I Peter 2:9)

God is the only Omniscient one. No intellectual ignorance c…

Jesus Loves You

John 3:16

The eternal spring of love flows from God himself. He is the fountain of love, God is love according (Jh. 4:7) "God is love."

He is eternal, the same yesterday today and forever, he has Almighty power, He speak and it is done, He has all knowledge and wisdom and is everywhere at the same time. But here in this setting John speak of God being love.

The Lord could have destroyed the world in the days of the flood, but chose the way of love "But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD." (Gen. 6:9)

(Hebrew 2:3) ask this question? "How shall we escape if we neglect so great salvation." All people must stand before the Lord in the future.

Now, let us take a look at how God regards the world and what he would do for it are here set before us.

The world is a perishing world. If those believing in Jesus will not perish, the conclusion is plain that those who remain unbelieving in Christ will perish. "that whosoever believeth in him …

Christ, the Rock of Ages

Psalms 42:9

Jesus is the Rock on which we build our life on "I will say unto God my rock," Jesus, according to the scripture is the Almighty God manifest in the flesh '"The mighty God," (Is. 9:6) Jesus declared himself to be the rock on which the church must build on "And I say also unto thee, that thou art Peter and up on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." (Mt. 16:18)

The word rock is used figuratively in the scripture, it often refers to God in the Old testament and Jesus in the New Testament as Matthew declares. As the rock of the Old Testament God claims to be the creator of heaven and earth and all living things, (Deut. 32:18) declares that God has formed mankind.

In creating us and God being a soiled rock we can place our trust in him and stand on the rock in times of troubles. The rock is here to stay and we can continue to walk on that rock in the midst of darkness. We find …

Judgment: Where Do We Stand?

The Judgment is certain. It is a matter of definite revelation. John said he saw a great number of people standing before God in Rev. 20:12,13 "... And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works... And the sea gave up the dead which were in it; and death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and they were judged every man according to their works."

The judgment is necessary for the vindication of Divine justice. God has decreed it, and reason enforced it. "But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die" (Gen.2:17).

The judgment is necessary for the vindication of Divine justice. Why? God knows all things. Therefore, so that grace will be glorified in and…