Gems on the Sword


Guest post by Jeanette Andrade

Save Them from Hell! January 9

Scripture Selection: Psalm 9:17; Proverbs 9:17-18; Mat. 18:6-9

Food for Thought (meditate on this): Ps. 9:17

Hell is not a myth, and Jesus never referred to it as a parable, as some believe. Hell is a real place. A place of no return. A place of eternal torment. And every day, multitudes of people created in God’s image die and go there.

They are people who started off as innocent children with a natural understanding of God, and a faith in Him. But as time went by, the sin nature took over and adults indoctrinated them into a sinful life, causing them to fall and forget God. Most of us were in that condition at one time. We were His, and then we got lost. But, praise God, He found us and rescued us from hell.

Just as He used people to bring us back to Him, now God desires to use us to bring others back to Him. It’s an urgent matter of life or death. We must share the Good News as quickly and effectively as possible to as many of His lost children as possible. What can we do today?

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Confession of Faith: __________________________________________________________________

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4 Responses to Gems on the Sword

  1. suyts says:

    This isn’t our prerogative. It is our imperative.

  2. Bruce says:

    Sigh. “If they do not listen to Moses and the Prophets, they will not be convinced even if someone rises from the dead.”

    Curiously while many atheists love stories about heaven on earth (Marxism) and hell on earth (CAGW), they never want to hear about heaven in heaven and hell in hell.

    • cdquarles says:

      Exactly. I am going to say something very controversial, but it is true; for it follows from human nature. Everything a man does, is, and follows from his actions are ultimately grounded in faith. Even the scientific method is grounded in faith, though until recently, people were aware of the fact that faith can be tested and shown to be rationally grounded. There is no science without faith, for it is true that not every bit of knowledge of a system can be derived from empirical testing within that system. Since the false religion of Marxism has risen, faith in God has been replaced with faith in human run government. That’s a very bad thing.

    • suyts says:

      True, everything done comes from faith. Even when the faith is misplaced.

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