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11/04/2012 / Test All Things

“Come, Let Us Reason Together”

“Come let us reason together, saith the Lord”
(Isaiah 1:18)

Most men and women want a religion that does not require them to think or reason!

I have observed that the great mass of mankind would rather not deal with great issues of faith and life, such as, “How can God be just and justify the ungodly?” Or, “What think ye of Christ, whose Son is He?” Or, “Who maketh thee to differ?”

They want to be left alone to play church on Sunday. It is much easier to pay someone to study for them, pray for them and even tell them what to believe – but remember, we must give account of ourselves to the Lord God.

It is unreasonable to risk your immortal soul to tradition, however ancient; to preachers, however sincere; to doctrine, however orthodox; or to experience, however unusual.

Salvation is a living union with a living Lord.

“And be found in him, not having mine own righteousness, which is of the law, but that which is through the faith of Christ, the righteousness which is of God by faith.”
(Philippians 3:9)

By Henry Mahan

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  1. Debbie / Apr 17 2012 3:55 pm

    I have been a so called christian much of my 48 years here on earth and have failed miserably in raising my children with the true knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. However God has bless me with a hungry in recent years to come to know who the Real Jesu is, He is my everything! I just wanted to tahnk you for your wisdom and ask that you pray for me and my family as my husband is catholic and has not accepted that God’s simple plan for salvation is all that he needs, not his church and their false teachings. I study my bible dilligently each day but I need human interaction with someone who has the same understanding as I do of God’s holy word. Thank you for your website and it’s instruction unto righteousness. May God bless you and your ministry.
    Sincerely, Debbie P.

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