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The end is imminent

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A while back, I remember seeing a program which explored the effects of sleepiness upon people who drive vehicles, and there was one comment which especially caught my attention.
The scientist involved in the experiments first asked the reporter if he'd ever been so tired behind the wheel of a car that he'd had to catch himself from nodding off.
When the other replied that he had, the scientist then said ... "Would it surprise you to know that you'd already fallen asleep several times before you'd even noticed it?"

Some months ago I had an experience which taught me a painful lesson, but it also alerted me to a present danger within the Church, namely that Satan has been working very hard to put many of us to sleep, and chances are that you're not even aware of it.
Just one of the devil's methods for creating weariness in the Church has been the release of many false prophecies into the world, which creates cynicism and bitterness. (Heb 3:12; 12:15)

As people grow tired of such things, they forget that we were commanded to remain alert, because God could choose to speak to us at any time, and if you miss it, then it could be the difference between life and death.
After my own recent experience, I received strong evidence which suggests that the great tribulation is very near, and I put that evidence into a free PDF which you can get from [edit: link removed by Chad: please do not post any links for downloads]

It's a very easy download with no captcha codes etc, and I'll be happy to answer any questions that anyone might have.
 
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As people grow tired of such things, they forget that we were commanded to remain alert, because God could choose to speak to us at any time, and if you miss it, then it could be the difference between life and death.
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I think those that love Him know His voice.



The bridegroom

Is coming be prepared

Fill your lantern

Up to the brim

Keep your eyes open

As you wait for Him

You don’t know the

Hour nor the day

When He is coming

And passes your way

Should you tarry

If you are late

Not being prepared

will seal your fate

Knock as you may
Cry to come in
The invitation
Is with drawn

You will not

Be with Him
 
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As people grow tired of such things, they forget that we were commanded to remain alert, because God could choose to speak to us at any time, and if you miss it, then it could be the difference between life and death.
That is true of the non-believer and there need for salvation, but for those of us who are now born again, there is no growing tired no death! Welcome to TJ!
 
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That is true of the non-believer and there need for salvation, but for those of us who are now born again, there is no growing tired no death! Welcome to TJ!
Ahh Brother but before being born again we become partakers not only in His suffering but His death and resurrection also. Romans 6 is really good stuff.
 
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Ahh Brother but before being born again we become partakers not only in His suffering but His death and resurrection also. Romans 6 is really good stuff.
  • 1 Corinthians 15:55 "Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?"
  • Yes, we take part in his death, physical death and death to sin, and we take part in his resurrection to spiritual life!
  • As true believers, we don't grow tired because of faith and there is no sting of spiritual death!
  • ;):thumbsup:
 

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