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Contents:  Consider Carefully Where You Are Going When You Die.    God's Plan of Salvation for Sinners.    Remember Lot's Wife.   
What You Will See in Hell.    Have You Thought About Your Soul? 

 

Consider Carefully:
If you don't know where you are going--you are going to Hell.
If you don't care where you are going--you are going to Hell.
If you don't consider where you are going--you are going to Hell.
If you are unsure of where you are going--you are going to Hell.
If you are uninterested in where you are going--you are going to Hell.
If you hope you are going to Heaven--you are going to Hell.
If you are trusting your baptism--you are going to Hell.
If you are trusting your church--you are going to Hell.
If you are trusting your sacraments--you are going to Hell.
If you are trusting your priest, pastor or any man--you are going to Hell.
If you are trusting in good works--you are going to Hell.
If you think that there is no hell--you are going to Hell.
If you do not believe that Jesus Christ is God--you are going to Hell.
If you have not received Jesus Christ as your Saviour--you are going to Hell.

 

God's Plan of Salvation for the Sinner

1. Accept what God says about you. 
“As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one”
  Romans 3:10.
Righteous = right actions and right thinking according to God's standard.

2. Admit that you are a sinner. Sin is breaking any of God’s laws (the Ten Commandments).
“For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God”
  Romans 3:23.
Sin = missing the mark/bullseye that God has established.

3. Understand that the payment for breaking God’s laws (one or all of them) is death. Not the end of life, for your soul lives forever, but eternal separation from God. 
“For the wages of sin is death...”  Romans 6:23.
Wages of sin = what you have earned by breaking God's laws.

4. Repent (“change your mind”).  Realize that God is the ultimate authority over your life. Realize God hates sin (rebellion toward Him), yet God loves the sinner. Realize that you have offended a holy, righteous God.
“...but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish”
  Luke 13:5.

5. Believe that Jesus Christ is God come in the flesh (John 1:1,14), who died on the Cross in your place to satisfy God’s wrath on your behalf. Believe that He shed His blood in your place, and that God raised Him from the dead to prove that He was satisfied with Christ’s sacrifice for us.
“For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures; And that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day according to the Scriptures”
  1 Corinthians 15:3-4.

6. Apply the death of Christ to yourself by trusting in His payment for your sins, and believing on Him in your heart.
“That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved”
  Romans 10:9.
Confess = agree with God about your condition.
Believe = put your faith and trust in. 
Saved = released from the just penalty of your sin, set free.

7. Believe—Repent—Pray
“God be merciful to me a sinner who believes in my heart that Jesus Christ paid the full payment of my sin; that He fully satisfied the wrath of God on my behalf through His shed blood; and that God raised Him from the dead, fully satisfied with His sacrifice. I now repent of my sins and trust Jesus Christ’s death alone for my salvation. In Jesus name I pray, amen.” (John 3:16)

“For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord, shall be saved” Romans 10:13.

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Remember Lot's Wife

How prone are professors to rest on their lees,
To study their pleasure, their profit and ease!
Though God says; "Arise, and escape for thy life,
And look not behind thee; remember Lot's wife."

Awake from thy slumbers, the warning believe;
'Tis Jesus that calls you, the message receive;
While dangers are pending, escape for thy life!
And look not behind thee; remember Lot's wife.

The ways of religion true pleasure afford,
No pleasures can equal the joys of the Lord;
Forsake then the world, and escape for thy life,
And look not behind thee; remember Lot's wife.

What You Will See In Hell
by Hyman Appelman

"Should you make your abode in Hell, you will see the burning faces, the glazed eyes, the tortured hands of fellow prisoners of damnation.  You will recognize, God  forbid, husband, wife, father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter, friend, neighbor, whom you could as easily have taken to Heaven as dragged down to Hell.
Oh, that awful mass of weeping, wailing humanity that inhabit Hell!  They too cry one Heaven-searching cry to God, but, alas, too late.  All cry that endless refrain,

'Forever!  Forever!  Forever!'

Beyond God forever!  Beyond Christ forever!  Beyond the Spirit forever!  Beyond the Bible forever!  Beyond the Gospel forever!  Beyond the Cross forever!  Beyond the [Christ's] blood forever!  Beyond tears forever!  Beyond repentance forever!  Beyond faith forever!  Beyond confession [of sins] forever!  Beyond time forever!  Beyond eternity forever!

'Forever!  Forever!  Forever!'"

Have You Thought About Your Soul?

Have you ever stopped to wonder
Why this life is all about?
Why you're here and where you're going
When your lease on time runs out?
Maybe you've been far too busy,
Trying hard to reach your goal;
Would you let me ask you kindly,
Have you thought about your soul?

You may reach the highest portals,
And your dreams may all come true;
Wealth and fame may be your portion,
And success may shine on you.
All your friends may sing your praises,
Not a care on you may roll;
What about the great tomorrow---
Have you thought about your soul?



Don't forget your days are numbered,
Though you may be riding high;
But like all of us poor mortals,
Someday you'll just up and die.
Your success and fame and glory
Won't be worth the bell they toll;
Let me ask you just one question,
Have you thought about your soul?

If you've never thought it over,
Spend a little time today;
There is nothing more important
That will ever come your way
Than the joy of sins forgiven,
And to know you've been made whole
In the Name of Christ the Saviour.
Have you thought about your soul?
(Walt Huntley)

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