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If you miss heaven, it is your fault!!!

Posted on Sun, Apr 13, 2008

Often, the sad and bad news is: when our health fails us and we look back; for some, we see that we have only achieved very little and for others; nothing. Regardless, we now have to live in self-pity, and be sorry that all our efforts, attributable to labor, have been futile and empty altogether. We were too busy to love ourselves, too busy to rest, and too busy to engage in exercise, among other things that our bodies so unavoidably needed to remain healthy. Finally, we now must deal with the misery and the problems that we have brought on ourselves.

 

Why are we so busy? For some people, it is work, work and work.  When you ask:  “What is the matter?” the answer perhaps is:  “I have bill to pay.” “Or, I have this plan and that project, which must be executed.”  Regrettably, we do all these at the expense of our health. Often, the sad and bad news is: when our health fails us and we look back; for some, we see that we have only achieved very little and for others; nothing.  Regardless, we now have to live in self-pity, and be sorry that all our efforts, attributable to labor, have been futile and empty altogether. We were too busy to love ourselves, too busy to rest, and too busy to engage in exercise, among other things that our bodies so unavoidably needed to remain healthy. Finally, we now must deal with the misery and the problems that we have brought on ourselves.

 

More tragic than the afore-mentioned individual is everyone who will miss heaven. They will be forever lost and separated from God. Not because Jesus Christ is unwilling to save them. The whole Bible shows that Jesus Christ is wholly willing and anxious that everyone - all sinners should come to him. The city of refuge in the Old Testament Numbers 35 was a type of Christ; its gates were open by night and by day.  Similarly, as Jesus Christ hung upon the cross; his arms were nailed wide open - a figure of his willingness to save all, as he said: "I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me."  John 12:32  Jesus Christ, by his love and compassion for perishing sinners, was nailed to the cross for our peace with God and, eventually a place in heaven with God. You will be forever lost and separated from God if you do not receive God’s SALVATION IN JESUS CHRIST.

”When people are willing and anxious about something, they do everything that lies in their power to bring it to pass.”  So did Jesus Christ: "
What could have been done more to my vineyard, that I have not done in it? wherefore, when I looked that it should bring forth grapes, brought it forth wild grapes?" Isaiah 5:4  "O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, how often would I have gathered your children as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not!" Matthew 23:37
  Jesus Christ as the good Shepherd gave his life for us, his loving sheep. Ah! Dear friends, if you perish, it is not because Jesus wishes you to perish.

A word to careless souls. You say Christ may be a willing Savior to others, but surely not you. O yes! He is sincerely willing to save you too. See him sitting by the well of Samaria, convincing one poor sinful woman of her sins, and leading her to himself.
John 4:3 - 29.  He is the same Savior toward you this day. If you do perish, it is not because Christ is not willing to save you. He wills all men to be saved, and to come to the knowledge of the truth. As you read this article he is pleading with you, and saying: "Turn ye, turn ye, why will ye die?" Ezekiel 33:11 .

 

My friends, your soul is very important. You will not give anything in exchange for it. If you die without Jesus Christ as your savior, it is hard to describe the hopelessness, regrets; misery and sorrow that await you throw all eternity. It is simple to receive Jesus into your life. The bible says:  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. All you need is: “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved” Acts 16:31. It takes very little to believe. Like the Philippian jailer in the Scripture in reference, if you believe in Jesus Christ today, you will be saved. For more spiritual, help write, visit or call us. 718-805-5285. Remain blessed.

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