Let’s Help SlimJim (His Post on the Trinity) — Lee Duigon

We ran this post by our dear friend and colleague, “SlimJim,” back in October. Today he plans to post it on the social media–and I say let’s help him. Because he is sharing an “amazing truth that God will be sent to us.”…

Let’s Help SlimJim (His Post on the Trinity)

What is the Gospel? — Voddie Baucham

Please share this video to as many people as you can. People need the Gospel!

“For I determined not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified.” — 1 Corinthians 2:2

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.” — Romans 1:16

What is the Mark of the Beast Mentioned in Revelation?

“And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” – Revelation 13:17

I once got a comment from someone who said that the Mark of the Beast mentioned in the Book of Revelation is a microchip. At that time I thought that was the case. However, recently the Lord showed me the error of that thinking. Here’s a very helpful article on the Mark of the Beast.

Microchip: the Mark of the Beast?

The One I Cannot Face: A Short Story — King’s Recorder

Wow. This story written by Joah Pearson was such an amazing read! This is certainly a must-read! It’s a story of the marvelous and wonderful gift of salvation from God to undeserving sinners.

King's Recorder

He will be here soon – the one I cannot face.

I hear his footsteps even now, and my heart cringes at every stomp of his heavy boots. It won’t be long now – he will stream right through my apartment door, solid though it is. He will march his way right up to my bedside and look me in the eye, glaring with passionate glee – but I will not be able to meet his gaze. Even if I had my strength, I would not be able to face him, but as it is, I can do nothing but cower. Cancer has sucked my body dry, swallowing my strength.

Now I hear the crunch of gravel as my son Forrest drives up. He has taken care of me these past few weeks since the diagnosis. I hear his footsteps as he makes his way into the apartment complex and…

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