There are so many today who sadly, don't read the Bible and have no idea of the beauty it contains.
Faith is not a physical thing that you see on people at first glance but you can see the evidence of it in them by their actions. And faith is a given trait that should never be hidden so don't be afraid to show it. By your actions someone else may benefit.
So many are just drifting in this world on a windswept ocean without a thought of the rocks ahead that are so close. And with so little time to alter course and steer a safe passage - now is high time to think about salvation.
For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
The Spirit is a gentle thing and he will come to all who earnestly seek him.
If you lived in the Sydney area in the 50's & 60's there's a very good chance you saw this word in yellow chalk on street corners. It was also seen in Newcastle and Wollongong.
AND SO THE END BEGINS . . . .
Sin is a subject not many are willing to address, thinking I've still got time to fix but no-one knows the hour of their departure from this world. The past is where you learnt the lesson, the future is where you apply the lesson, don't give up in the present.
So many have differing views on this subject and I think the reason they believe something is because they first heard it from someone else and most people believe the first thing they hear if it seems to be true. But you should examine it yourself first from a reliable source before believing it.
So many put their faith in the church system, tying it to salvation but are blind to the perfect way that Jesus made available for all who would earnestly seek it. Nothing that is of man is the strait and narrow way.
Was there a world in existence before the flood of Noah? Look a bit closer, scripture will reveal it.
It is so sad that so many are completely unaware of the days we are living in and of what is coming in just a few short years. And even worse, much less care. Was it Jesus who coined the term 'If they only knew?'