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This Day to that Day

Posted by Editors Choice in Inspirational. Comments Off on This Day to that Day

26th May

Have you ever felt that heavy burden for the lost and hurting souls surrounding you as you walk through your school or you drive to work? Have you ever felt the urge to talk to the individual sitting next to you about Jesus? I know I have. But how often do we apply action beyond that burden or that urge? One of Pastor’s maxims that always inspires me is, “I’m living this day for that day.”

Whenever I hear that, I’m reminded of my responsibility as a Christian to act on that burden or that urge. It’s important that we don’t keep this amazing message to ourselves, but that we spend this day sharing it with others to help guide them for that day.

I was raised in church and attended public schools, but I didn’t become serious about my … Read More »



What Does the Bible Say About the Second Coming?

Posted by Paul Pamer in FAQ. 3 comments

27th August

Whew…that is a pretty good question. Well, in a word: a lot. Actually, that was two words. Anyway… Let’s go to the Bible and see what it says.

Nobody talked about the second coming more than Jesus. He taught about it, preached about it, and explained it. Toward the end of His time on Earth He spoke of it constantly.

I Will Come Again

A good place to begin would be when Jesus comforted His followers by saying…

“Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be … Read More »





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