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Which are You?

Which are You?


To not be a Christian Means…
To live for the world, self, or pleasure – the world which passeth away; the pleasures which are but for a moment. The theater, the dance, the movie, worldly songs and worldly company, are only bubbles on the stream of time. Ask yourself – “What will these do for me when death comes, and I must enter Eternity?” “Oh! lose not thy soul for earth’s vanities lighter than air.”

To not be a Christian Means…
A life without God; A death without Christ; A ressurrection to Judgment and A lost Eternity. Dear Unconverted Reader, You must die some time – but when? You must meet God – but how? You must spend Eternity – but where?

To Be a Christian Means…
To have knowledge that “your sins are forgiven you for His Name’s sake,” I John 2:12, and that you are now a child of God through faith in Jesus Christ. To have the joy of the Lord, and the peace of God which passeth all understanding, for your daily portion – a foretaste of the “Pleasures for evermore.” Psalms 16:11 “There’s love, and life, and lasting joy, Lord Jesus found in thee!”

To Be a Christian Means…
To have God for your Father; To have Christ for your Saviour; To have The Holy Spirit for your Comforter; and Heaven for your home.
Are You Walking in the Light?
Are You Working for the Master?
Are You Waiting for His Coming?

A young woman on a sickbed was most anxious to be saved. A friend, knowing her distress, sent her a Scripture text card by post. Slowly she read: “I give unto them (my sheep) eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of My hand.” John 10:28

As she sank back on the pillow, she said, “If I were only one of His sheep I should be happy.” As the card fell on the coverlet it turned over and displayed a text on the other side. Again she read: “This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” I Timothy 1:15

“Oh!” she said, as this glorious Gospel verse enlightened her soul, “If I’m not a sheep, I’m a sinner, and Christ Jesus came to save sinners.”

There she trusted Him, there He received her, and, folded in His arms of love, she learned that the Saviour of sinners is the Shepherd of the sheep, and that in perfect safety He keeps all whom He saves.

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