Tag Archives: repentance

Why Should I Care?

I can imagine a conversation between God and Satan about us, the human race.  I dare not and will not speak for either of them, but I can imagine what might be said from viewpoints they could possibly entertain about … Continue reading

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Seven Days

Likely you know about the movie where people who saw a video tape died seven days later.  Though I did not see it myself, I am sure it revealed all the horror of their scrambling for salvation such a prospect … Continue reading

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The Brand of Christ

The recent election hype involved a man who had the Romney-Ryan logo tattooed on his head.  Now he is having it removed.  He claims it is because of some of Romney’s remarks about why he lost (as if he wouldn’t … Continue reading

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You Can Be Sure

In a conversation with a professed Christian (Protestant) you may hear them say, “I got saved,” “He/She got saved,” or “They got saved.” When I hear that, I feel compelled to ask them… How can you be sure? I know … Continue reading

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Baptism: Salvation’s Point of Reference

It was fascinating when I discovered that nowhere in New Testament Scripture is the subject of (water) baptism a debate of any kind.  Look it over if you do not believe me.  It is always used as a point of … Continue reading

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