Sunday, December 30, 2018

The Only Promise Keeper

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The Only Promise Keeper

As the New Year approaches, many of us make a list of resolutions or promises that we vow to stick to in the coming months.  These promises might only last a few days, weeks or maybe months but eventually we fall back into our old habits.

Who is the Only True Promise Keeper you might ask?  
Of course the answer is our Lord God Almighty.

What does God promise?
Answer:  God promises eternal life to those who accept His gift of forgiveness and love.

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God does NOT lie, therefore ALL of His promises will come true.

"For God so love the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."
John 3:16

All you have to do is accept this gift of freedom from sin through Jesus Christ, God's only Son.  Jesus was crucified, buried and rose again so that everyone who believes and accepts this gift of forgiveness will live forever in heaven.

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Our life on earth is short in comparison to eternity but God is patient with us.  He does NOT want anyone to perish.

However, there is a consequence if we never accept God's Salvation through Jesus Christ - the consequence is death!

"For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord."
Romans 6:23

Please don't let another second go by - repent, accept God's gift of salvation through Jesus Christ and live forever!


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  1. Thanks for sharing this great encouraging post. He will keep all His promises over my life I'm sure. Happy new year in advance

  2. Good evening! !
    It is 9:30 PM on 30th Japan time now.
    It is the custom of Japan's year end.
    In the year end, we say “Yoi otoshi wo” to each other wishing for the coming
    year to be pleasurable.
    The New Year season is the most significant season for the Japanese.
    All the Christmas décor is switched to the New Year’s in a blink.
    Major New Year icons are the pine tree, bamboo, plums and so on. All of them are symbols of good fortune and longevity.


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