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TITLE: There is a God,
By SAMUEL TUCKER
12/18/05
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“There is a God, he is alive, in him we live and we survive.”
What are you going to do? Die guilty and perish, lost forever with the many? Or live in obedience with the few who seek and find the salvation that is not for sale? The one who loves us extends pardon and safety, to those who are willing to work in his vineyard. Blessings overflow in the hearts of his children as they obey.
A way has been provided. Become a member of the kingdom, built on the perfect cornerstone that was rejected by man. You will be hated and despised by those who love the temporal rewards and praise this world offers.
Offer yourself to him (body and spirit) to expedite his cause. You are one of God’s most valuable creations to become part of the most precious bride of the living God. Die to what is not right. Obey and become a part of the one church that was not established by mans design. It is intended to be holy in accordance with the pattern established and recorded through the spirit at the time of Pentecost in the 1rst century. Worship him and behave to please the creator of heaven and earth. Your perfect father wants what is best for you. Prepare yourself for the morrow, in obedience to him and act in accordance to his will; declared by his word that carries all authority in perfect love. Remain faithful to him who laid the foundations of earth and Heaven. As you surrender yourself to him, your precious soul is safe in his almighty arms. The arms that reached out to you before you were formed. The one who loves you, wants you to be victorious and live in peace. Follow him with faith and your spirit will be lifted to walk in the light of His glory for his names sake. Know the joy of forgiveness. Seek him first and keep him foremost in your mind. He will be your guide. The wisdom he supplies is given freely to you, to be written in your heart and shared as priceless gems.
Your faithfulness will be rewarded. In your old age his comfort will be with you and those around you. Pillow your head in sleep knowing, When you have finished the race, you will dwell with him as his faithful servant. You will be rewarded, forever sharing in the joy that comes from the author of life. “From dust our God created man.” He is as he says, “the great I am” please visit http://www.oabs.org/
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