I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. - Luke 13:3, 5

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  1. I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. - Luke 13:3, 5

    Jesus preached it,
    Peter preached it,
    Paul preached it,
    all the apostles preached it…
    so we preach it.

    Do you preach it?

    brother rodger
     
  2. I was preaching the other day to my sister bless her soul for putting up with her brother:LOL:. She has always been a believer in other religions so i started telling her about Christianity. She believes in Jesus but doesn't believe the way to eternal life is through him, no other prophet or gods is going to save you sis only Jesus who sacrifice himself on the cross for us can do that. Oh but not what ive read from other religions.:confused: I'll get through to her sooner or later
     
  3. I'd say you just need to rest your case with Jesus. It is hard to break down barriers.
    Muslamaniacs call everything in sight infidel. But from a Christian point of view they are infidels. Then don't forget the Hindu, the atheist, the Buddhists and so on they are all infidels. Any one who believes differently than me is an infidel by definition

    Jesus says..." Behold I stand at the door and knock. If any man hear my voice and open the door I will come in and sup with him and he with me" From memory of Rev 3:20.
    He is standing there knocking..each person must be willing to open the door to Him.
     
  4. A lot of "churches" don't preach it because they are afraid of losing the 'flock' they have rather than relying on God for the increase. If you preach 'repentance' you have to preach 'sin'; if you preach 'sin' you have to preach 'separation'; if you preach 'separation' you have to preach 'Hell'. If you preach 'Hell' you have to preach 'Salvation/ the Gospel'.

    Nowadays it seems all most "churches' want to preach are warm fuzzy messages on 'how to love one another' and false doctrine of not "judging" each other and the world will be perfect. Yeah-that's working out real good...
     
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