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Salvation is Free (Isaiah 24:6)

Therefore a curse devours the earth,
    and its inhabitants suffer for their guilt;
therefore the inhabitants of the earth are scorched,
    and few men are left.

heaven-hell

Many had been called but only few are chosen. Salvation is open to all and is within the hands of humans if they will accept or reject Jesus as their Lord and Savior. We were given free will and freedom to choose, it is up to us to decide what option is best for us. Our future after life depends on which way and whose path we will follow.

Centuries ago, men were given the chance to be saved from the great flood. It took many years before Noah’s Ark was built. During the course of ark making, the people had mocked Noah. They had thought he is crazy for building up such a huge ferry. Until the great flood came, these people who had laughed out loud asked to enter the ark but its door was already closed. Those who rejected to be saved were drowned.

God’s existence is not a fallacy. His promise of salvation is never a joke. Hell and Heaven are real. We shouldn’t be like those who rejected Noah’s invitation of salvation from the great flood. Let’s learn a lesson from that story. Accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior before it is too late. Regret will always be in the end.

If you think it’s hard to surrender your old self, habits and beliefs, think about what will be your life after succumbing to the desire of the flesh. It is better to follow Jesus than to rot in hell, be burned for life and suffer in eternity.

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