No Longer Talking?

Mikey,
 
If you no longer want to talk I can respect that. However, just want to leave you with this exhortation, I have shared the way of salvation with you a couple times and now you are accountable for what you do with it! On that day when you stand before God for judgment of the sins you committed while alive, your eternal destiny will all depend on how you responded to Christ’s free gift of salvation. 
 
I will continue to pray that the Holy Spirit will soften your heart, but I will pray that your foundation crumbles to pieces. You may think that what you are doing is the right thing but it is not, Proverbs 14:12 echoes that when it says “there is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death,”
 
Your foundation does not honor the heart of God, for God does not recognize any organization that prevents the gospel (good news) from going forward. 
 
Blessings,
 
Xxxxx Xxxxxxx
Pastoral Care & Teaching
For Zion’s sake I shall not keep silent” – Isaiah 62:1

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1 Comment

  1. Bill Housden

    “For Zion’s sake I shall not keep silent”

    “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.”

    Xxxxx, if your commander in the military was a Muslim or a Mormon, would you submit to being forced to say prayers to Allah or Joseph Smith?

    Our military isn’t Christian Bible School. It isn’t Hebrew Summer Camp or Mosque Basketball League or Satanic Rock Camp.

    It is the military of the citizens of this nation. It does not tell the citizens of this nation what or how to worship. It fights to protect the religious freedom of all U.S. citizens so they can worship as they choose without a speck of government force or coercion.

    Why don’t you get that?

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