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Behold, Now Is The Day Of Salvation

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Posted by Eric Clark on October 6, 2003 13:10:06 UTC

Oh, dear friend. The time to repent and call on Jesus, the Lord of Great compassion, for salvation, is right now today. This is the message that Jesus preached and has sent me (and all believers) to preach. It is clear that your choice is gone when you die. (Even according to the Old Testament) But Hebrews 9:27 makes it clear to those Jews (and all) who would hold to this view.

Indeed, "right after you die" is too late.
Can you "believe" by faith after you die ?
Will you wait to "believe" until you "see" Jesus for yourself ? (not by faith)
Did not Abraham receive the promises by faith ?

RE: * you will be reborn once you have satisfied your time in heaven. *
Where does this come from ?

If you are not reborn before you die, you will never be reborn, but you will die in your

“Ye must be born again.” – why would Jesus teach this on earth if He could just wait until you get to heaven to tell you ?

Have you eliminated all desires ? There ain't no lunch at all for those who die in their sins. You and I will have desires until the moment I die. ( experimental evidence confirms this. )

This is my earnest plea – accept the Lord Jesus into your heart and be born again.

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