Are You Really Save?
This article asks a spiritually crucial question. It is worth your time to read, especially if you answer the question "Yes". Sometimes we think we have completed a job, a process, an activity, only to discover that there was something we have overlooked, and that what we believed is completed is really not. So reviewing the step of the process to completion is always a good thing to do. That is why this article is so important...it will help us to see if we REALLY ARE SAVED...and if you discover you truly are not...it encourage you to completely do the Father's will (Matthew 7:21). We are here to help in every way we can.
Where Did The Lord's Church Begin?
If a person is interested to know all that can be known of the church of which he/she is a member, then certainly one of the points of interest ought to be "where" that religious body began. Was it in his/her home town some years ago, or, was it in the 1500's, 1600's, 1700's, 1800's in Europe, or, was it even earlier in the Middle East, or, possibly in the early years AD? The article "Where Did The Lord's Church Begin?" deals with evidence from the Scriptures and history to make that determination about the church in the Bible. You ought to read it.
Choose A Road article
When a person realizes that this earthlife is NOT ALL that there is to one's existence, it is time to figure out how to live our NOW life in order to be on the road to the LATER life. Jesus kindly helps us to know that there but two choices available - the WIDE road to HELL or the NARROW road to HEAVEN. The Lord leaves it to each person to make their own choice. The Lord gives us information about each choice, but never makes the choice for us. YOU can decide what your eternal goal is - HEAVEN or HELL. This article "Choose A Road" summarizes the Lord's teaching concerning the two options, and so helps us in our choosing. Read the article thoughtfully and you will see that there are but two choices for ETERNITY, and which one is the RIGHT CHOICE. Let us know what you think afterwards. Thanks for your time, dear Reader.