by: Muller Jean
This article will focus on a few questions which have eternal
implications for mankind. Indeed, whether you have accepted
Jesus Christ or rejected Him, hold on to a Bible to read the verses
which I will enumerate! I will relate firstly to receiving Jesus Christ;
secondly, I will expound on the impact of denying Jesus Christ in
First, you may ask me about what is sin ? Read 1 John 3:4!
What is, thus, the punishment for sin? Consult Romans 3:23.
Second, what can I do for this Divine infringement?; Romans
6:23 has the answer.
Bear in mind, indeed, Jesus Christ is Eternal God. Where?
You can find the response in John 1:1.
I still do not know how to accept Him; a ready answer is found in
John 1:12. Of course, you may verbalize yourself, stating your
willingness to rid yourself of the wilderness in your heart. Simply,
say to Jesus Christ: 'I accept you NOW'. Then, familiarize yourself
with John's Gospel (John 17:3).
In addition, every one may recite John 3:16-18. Have you, nevertheless,
said to Jesus Christ, 'yes, I receive you as my personal Savior'?
In fact, Christ Jesus desires you to be saved (2 Peter 3:9). But do you
want to refuse The One Who is from above (Heaven)--Who knows all
about us? Do you still decide to say that: 'Jesus Christ, I don't
need you in my life?' Listen and read this: John 14:6 ( The way, Truth, and Life)
CHOOSING: Joshua 24:15. God commands us to obey Acts 16:30-31!
Surely, despising Jesus Christ has terrible consequences (Matthew 25:46).
Still has your Bible? If so, read Luke 10:16. To reject Jesus Christ or not to
reject Jesus Christ: that is the question which mankind
has to acquiesce to (Hebrews 12:25). Virtually, Jesus Christ has talked
a lot about Hell; being The Omniscient (He knows all things), His eternal
Word, the Bible, is the inerrant truth; therefore, Hell is real, my friends.
Consequently, escaping Hell asks for Jesus' intervention as the Redeemer!
Hebrews 2:3 is clear with regard to this fact! In a nutshell, I would not
do much justice to such a short article, mentioning all that Jesus Christ
has expounded to Hell. Read Revelation 21:8.
NOTE: Confession and Repentance are God's imperatives for salvation
(Acts 2:38). It is ad hoc to read the Word (Romans 10:17) to comprehend
God. 'By grace we are saved...(Ephesians 2:8-9).