TITLE: Renter Tract 10/24/2015
By Ken Ebright
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Important information on a worry free lease and rental situation.
As a renter of more than 20 years I had a few things happen to me in that time. At one place I made several calls to my landlord about not having hot water. They did nothing to fix the problem. With another landlord I asked if they could put salt on the steps because they were covered with ice. Then to top it off the new owner that wanted to raise my rent $200.
Would you be interested I signing a lease where there will no problems with your water heater or any other appliance, or problems with the people next door. No paper thin walls, you wont hear you neighbors stereo. The rent will not go up, actually your home will be rent free.
That lease is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ. If you ask him into your heart, someday when you die you’ll have a rent free mansion in heaven.
There are many rooms in my Father’s house; I would not tell you this if it were not true. I am going there to prepare a place for you. John 14;2
If you ask Jesus into your heart you won’t have to worry about getting a credit check, a down payment is not needed, there are no worries about someone else getting your home, there will be plenty of space. If you loose your job and are unable to pay rent, there will be no worries about being evicted.
To get you new home you have to be totally perfect, because god demands perfection. Don’t worry about that requirement, because good news is that God’s son Jesus died on the cross. He took the punishment that you deserved, because he knew you wouldn’t be perfect . All you need to is to admit you are a sinner and have faith in Jesus. This is a free gift to get your lease all you have to do is to ask Jesus into your heart.
“God loved the world so much that he gave his one and only Son so that whoever believes in him may not be lost, but have eternal life. John 3:16
Once you ask Jesus into your heart you’ll have you mansion when you die. Why don’t you sign on the dotted line today.
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