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The Most Important Decision

by Danny Broussard

From His Facebook Page

 

      We probably all have family that we love and pray daily that they will accept Jesus as their Savior before it is too late.                                                                                             

     What will you do when you are left behind in the rapture?  We all will have families that will be devastated by the sudden disappearance of family members.  Those who have thought they were saved will know instantly what happened.  There will be untold things that are not in the bible that will happen supernaturally when it comes to the Blessed Hope.  Husbands, wives, children will be taken up to meet Jesus in the air.  There will be men of the cloth that will be left behind with no answers for their congregations.  Governments at all levels, militaries, will be unable to function because of the Blessed Hope.  Untold carnage, death, confusion, and deception will run rampant. 

      The world is just a prophetic second from the arrival of our Savior in the clouds. In the twinkling of an eye the dead in Christ will rise first, followed by those left alive, and our bodies will instantly be changed to receive our glorified bodies and minds. World events are transpiring at breakneck speed, especially in the Middle East. Ladies and gentlemen, the short and tall of things is this, there is no time to waste when it comes to getting saved.  It is time to pull our heads out of the sand and wake up.  If you are not saved, you will be left behind.  There are those who say they have been saved for decades that will be left behind. I humbly beseech each and everyone of us to take stock in our salvation, and ensure that you will be one of the chosen ones found worthy to enter the gates of Heaven. Wide is the road to eternal destruction, but narrow is the gates to Heaven.  There will be those whose spirituality will come alive supernaturally and believe in Christ as their Savior, but there will be more that still choose to not to believe in Christ, mocking and scoffing at God.  Are you going to be a mocker and scoffer, unbeliever, or will you be one who will receive Jesus at a great cost?  Nobody will be to escape the next approximate seven years without being greatly affected in some fashion. 

     The last prophetic second has not passed yet, so there is still time to be saved, but there is no time left to "think" about it.  Acts 4:12. 12 Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved. John 14:6. 12 Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved. Titus 3:5. 5 he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. He saved us through the washing of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit.  Ephesians 2:8-9.  8 For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God 9 not by works, so that no one can boast. 

     God is warning us right now, but the warnings are about to cease.  It is time that we heed these warnings and come to Christ.  Look at the world right now, do your own research, and you will come to the conclusion that things have changed, and are changing in ways we would have never imagined.  I am not here to try and shame anyone into believing in Jesus, or to insult anyone in their personal belief system, but to hopefully help bring forth what is necessary to get the free gift of salvation, and the key to the gate to Heaven, which is through Christ alone.  This is a decision that only you can make, as we have free will, or freedom of choice.  Do you want to spend eternity being tormented in the lake of fire, or do you want to inherit the new earth and new heavens, and rule forever with our Savior?  The choice is yours.  May God bless each and everyone in the most important, time sensitive decision you will ever make.

 

    Danny Broussard is minister at Oakdale Church of Christ in Oakdale, LA.

 




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2 corinthians 1:3-4