Oh! Please listen to this sermon! It is so very informative!! Impressive, indeed!
How blessed it is we are, those who have no doubt our Lord is Resurrected and ALIVE today! I never cease to thank Him for giving me this assurance!
To think a day will come when the Roman Catholics will be taught a new dogma, in which they will be made to believe that Christ did not Resurrect, and that neither will we, for this is what Pope Benedict's writings in the past have stated!
My Dear Roman Catholic who is reading this:
Are you ready to have your descendants NOT believe in the Resurrection of Christ? For it will be done very craftily, as it is that the Roman Catholic Church surreptitiously has been changing the word of God! Just today in the news it was heard that the new Catholic bible swaps "the virgin" for "the young woman.”."
You tell me, does this "swap" convey the same message when it is you hear the song, "Behold, a virgin shall conceive and, bear a Son, and shall call his name EMMANUEL, God with us." I guess that will mean taps for Handel's Messiah!
1In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchre.
Matthew 28 (King James Bible)
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Jessie Delewski Bible Believers Fellowship SUN 01/23/2011
In this sermon we will look at the Resurrection. We will study the accounts of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and we will see how these events compare to the Resurrection which Christians will one day experience.
by The Louvin Brothers
Uploaded by toyzonzo on May 26, 2008
Bear Family Records
“Almost persuaded” now to believe;
“Almost persuaded” Christ to receive;
Seems now some soul to say,
“Go, Spirit, go Thy way,
Some more convenient day
On Thee I’ll call.”
“Almost persuaded,” come, come today;
“Almost persuaded,” turn not away;
Jesus invites you here,
Angels are lingering near
Prayers rise from hearts so dear;
O wanderer, come!
“Almost persuaded,” harvest is past!
“Almost persuaded,” doom comes at last!
“Almost” cannot avail;
“Almost” is but to fail!
Sad, sad, that bitter wail—
“Almost,” but lost!