We each make many choices every day.
Some may be trivial as we choose what to wear or what to eat; others will influence matters in our work place; others will set the trend for our life as we choose a career, a partner for life, or a place to live. The most important choice that we can ever make is a choice to accept or reject the Lord Jesus Christ, God’s Son, as our personal Lord and Saviour.
This choice will decide the eternal destiny of our soul. It may seem illogical that a Man who was crucified almost 2,000 years ago can save us at this present time. However, when we appreciate the truth that “…Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; and that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day…and that He was seen…” (1 Corinthians 15:3-5), it becomes very logical and most acceptable.
No one can make this choice for you; you must make it for yourself. As you continue to read this little magazine, you will make a choice. Be sure you make the right one! “I have set before you life and death…therefore, choose life” (Deuteronomy 30:19).
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For some people who had been officially invited to Washington to witness the inauguration of President Barack Obama, it became a day of bitter disappointment.
Born twice in Jerusalem
I was born in Israel in the city of Jerusalem and brought up, like the rest of my family and race, to love and honour God, to keep the Sabbath, the law and its traditions. As I grew up in a Jewish environment, I had a love for my country and my people.
Does cost to be a Christian?
Some of you are already answering, “Yes, it would cost me some of my friends if I became a Christian. I would have to stop going to some of the places of amusement that I frequent. There are habits that I would have to change.” You might name these and other things that you consider as costs, but let’s look at the other side of the picture. What did it cost the Lord Jesus Christ?
Justice of Mercy?
Under police escort, the twelve-yearold girl shuffled into the courtroom. She was wearing shackles on her ankles. A couple of times while I listened to her short tragic history, she smirked at the police escort. My emotions were reeling!
I Have the Scars to Prove It
One of John McCain’s punch lines during his two-year campaign in the 2008 United States Presidential election was “I’ve got the scars to prove it.” He was referring to the wounds he sustained when he was a prisoner of war. John McCain was engaged in a war of mortal combat when he sustained those wounds. Thank God, he is alive to tell the story.
The Worst Pandemic
The World Health Organization has set out three essential characteristics of a pandemic: It must be a new virus to which no one is immune; it is capable of producing a fatal illness; and it can be transmitted from one person to another.
He Refused to be Rescued
It seems bizarre that someone who was perishing would resist being rescued, and yet it happened A 30-year old man climbed over the retaining wall and jumped into the rapids of Niagara’s Horseshoe Falls.
God Loved Me
I was the only son of my parents. One day, after my father left for work, a taxi pulled up to the door, and my mother told me that we were going away!
Zaccheus Listened, Will You?
Have you heard the story about Zacchaeus, the tax collector? He was not a popular man. No one likes a tax collector, especially a dishonest tax collector. Zacchaeus was also very short.
Who is Your Pilot?
With stunning suddenness the flight from New York’s La Guardia Airport was over. The pilot radioed to air traffic controllers that he had experienced a bird strike and was declaring an emergency.
Dying of Thirst
At the crack of dawn, three excited young men headed their jeep into the heart of the Sahara desert. They were fulfilling a long-standing dream of tracking and bagging a gazelle.
The Personal Saviour
There is a special blessing in the Christmas message that is frequently missed by many. The birth of Jesus is not simply an interesting fact of history unrelated to your present life, but rather it has a direct bearing upon it.
What’s happening around the world is frightening for many. Things are happening with such rapidity that even the most seasoned analysts are not sure what will happen tomorrow.
Finding Righteousness in Istanbul
As Muhammad and his friend were walking through the Bazaar Quarter of Istanbul, they heard a loud explosion, and joined the crowd that was gathering at the site.
He Lifted Up His Eyes
Bold explorations of outer space and stunning pictures transmitted back to earth have created new levels of wonder at the marvels of the universe.
I Am Alive for Evermore!
It had been many years since the apostle John shared a fish breakfast, on the shores of Galilee, with Jesus Christ. He had seen the Lord on several occasions after His resurrection.
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