Tomorrow May Be Too Late
by John Beadle (9780595323111)

Tomorrow May Be Too Late
 
John Beadle
Release Date: 01 July 2004
Format: Paperback
Pages: 104
Category: Christian Life
ISBN: 9780595323111
ISBN-10: 0595323111



Our society today has grown so accustom to violence and evil that Christians have difficulty identifying the presence of Satan. We have drifted away from the one thing that God uses to measure a Christian, and that is love. God's Word tells us that we show our love for him through our love of fellow man.

God's love has no bounds. It is not limited by nationality, language, color, financial status, title or position. Revelations two tells us the importance of love in a Christian life and without it our candle will be removed. There is no doubt that we have entered into the end times and today our world is heading toward a catastrophe that will usher in the Rapture. The Churches are full of people who know of God, believe in Jesus Christ, but are banking on God's love of mankind to have a "Blue-lite" special and allow "Good People" into the Kingdom of Heaven.

Christians need to evaluate the Word of God and know that God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. His judgment is by the written Word of God and will not change.

""Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep these things which are written therein: for the hour is at hand.""--Rev. 1: 3

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