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Monday, January 30, 2012

It is our choice

The world was not fallen until one of God's creatures - the serpent - became an instrument of evil. That one acted out of his boundary to bring another of God's creatures - the humans - out of their boundary. A boundary set by God, rules to live by, a code of conduct.

Once the humans acted, or reacted, against God's commands, separation came into being and there was no way to return to what once was. It was lost, we were lost.
We became God's fallen creatures - what once He had been so proud of, declaring good, was no more.

Yet, we were still God's creation.

We fell into an endlessness that knew and knows no bounds, ever widening and deepening. Our disobedience to God, our Creator, keeps us separated from Him.

BUT, God, the Almighty God, who is and was and will forever be, had a plan.

He came to earth as Himself.

"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved." (John 3:16-17)

God's Son - Jesus Christ came to defeat the evil one, to die for the sins of mankind, to bring us new life and renewed hope.

It is our choice.

Do we choose to live for our wants and desires, continually separated from the Lord God our Creator, doomed to eternal torment in a place called Hell


Do we choose to be one with Him, our Lord and Savior, complete, obedient, giving Him all the praise and honor and glory and love He deserves.

When our time on earth has ended, will we have chosen heaven as our eternal home or will be remain in the eternal abyss of hell and damnation?

Have you accepted Jesus as your personal savior?
Have you Admitted to God you are a sinner ...
Do you Believe in Jesus Christ as God's Son ...
Have you Confessed your faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord?
To view an interactive flash presentation of the Gospel:

How you can know you have eternal security: God's Promises

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