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Come by Randy Davis

Randy Davis was a faithful servant of the LORD. This is his final paper and calling to the lost. "Come" and find Jesus Christ, the invitation is open.  Randy is struggled with a breathing condition from his job. He never complained, he only looked for the coming of the LORD. Randy carried an oxygen tank wherever he went, but he never let it stop him from going to Church, Bible Study or Men's Fellowship at Grace Church In Middleburg Hts., Ohio. God Bless you Brother

 

Randy Davis
12/30/2016

The unbeliever's dilemma is with sin; next the unbeliever is faced with the task of finding a
solution for sin; third, Jesus' precious blood is the only solution that God the Father will ac­
cept for sin - just the facts.

"Come!"

There are two poems that I like: one by Gwendolyn Brooks - "We real cool" about drop­
ping out of school, and the second one by Langston Hughes - "Harlem," better known by the first
stanza: "A Dream Deferred" about unrealized dreams. In "A Dream Deferred," it asks the question:

"What happens to a dream deferred?" But there is a better question: What happens to the unbe­
liever who does not trust in Lord Jesus as his Savior (1 Pet 4:17-18, NKJV)? Simply put, the

unbeliever is eternally separated (Isa 59:2; 2 Thes 1:8-9) from his Creator (Deut 10:14; Ps 33:6-9;
135:6; ColI: 14-18) forever (Mt 25:41, for unbelievers also; Dan 12:2). The unbeliever (Prv 2:13-
14) will experience death for a second time (Rev 20:14; 21:8). Yes, the unbeliever who does not
trust in Jesus as his Savior dies a second time. Also this second death is not about going out of
existence, for after death is the judgment (Heb 9:27) but not the final judgment that comes later.
To be clear on this, there is no purgatory; one will not be in sheol (Hades) for a time then allowed
to enter into Heaven later. Jesus is the propitiation (Rom 3:25-26; Heb 2:16-18; 1 John 4:9-10) for
sin, meaning that God is satisfied with His Soi~ayment for sin.~ Jesus' blood is enough to pay the full price for sin. God the Father will not say later that one has sins not covered by the Cross

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The Power of Spiritual Habit

 Power of HabitThe Power of a Spiritual Habit

Habits are a powerful thing, they can set a person up for greatness or for failure.  What exactly is a habit? A habit is a personal activity you don't really have to think about, it’s an action you do automatically. According to Marrion-Webster it is a usual way of behaving : something that a person does often in a regular and repeated way. Everybody has habits or routines, such as waking up, going to Starbucks at 7 AM before work, smoking a cigarette when pressure builds, etc. Habits are created and become part of our life until something changes. 

Now many might think habits are easy to make and break, that is hardly the case.  Habits are not only actions we choose to do, habits become part of our brain physiology.  In his groundbreaking book, The Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg clearly shows this physiological aspect.

“This process within our brains is a three-step loop. First, there is a cue, a trigger that tells your brain to go into automatic mode and which habit to use. Then there is the routine, which can be physical or mental or emotional. Finally, there is a reward, which helps your brain figure out if this particular loop is worth remembering for the future: THE HABIT LOOP”― Charles Duhigg,

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The Bridge to God (How to Find Christ)

The Bridge to God

How do you get to Heaven? Can you be good enough? What do you have to do to make it into the presence of God? This powerful presentation shows the clear choice. Please spend the 25 minutes of your life to consider this amazing offer.

When Apple was founded, three people were involved with the start, but most people only hear of the the two Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, there was a third. What was his name? Why is he never mentioned?

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Psalm 83 and the coming invasion of Islam

A Study of Psalm 83

If you want to understand what is going to happen in the Middle East, all you have to do is turn to Psalm 83.  This Psalm was written by Asaph, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, to reveal an event which is now being fulfilled.  Asaph was Levite and prophet who composed 11 Psalms (Psalms 72-83) in the time of David (I Chronicles 6:39).  Asaph wrote about a day in which all the surrounding nations would conspire with one mind to eliminate Israel from being a nation.

 

 

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Why there needs to be a Third Temple?.. Matthew 24

Why there needs to be a Third Temple[1]?

Dome-of-the-Rock-Temple-MountThis was the question asked recently:

“What is your support for the rebuilding of the Jewish temple in the tribulation I don't think there is one going to rebuild that temple.?”

 First point to understand here is that the Scripture clearly teaches, before the “Second Coming” when Jesus returns in “Glory and Power” there will be a Third Temple on the Temple Mount site. 

 

Let’s look at the scriptural and prophetic evidence for a Third Temple.   In Matthew 24, Jesus talks about both the 2nd and 3rd Temples, he makes a distinction between both. The Second Temple existed in the time Jesus

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