Life’s Cross Road

crossroadsIf a traveler were to go on a long trip, he would watch for the highway signs that marked the route and direction. Every now and then he may come to a town, and the place where a decision is required. The town has a road that goes through it, and a by-pass that goes around it. As the driver approaches the town, he must decide what he wants to do. He must decide whether or not he wants to go through the town and bear all the grief that goes along with being in a strange town, or he may by-pass the town and continue happily on his way. But he must decide. The decision is his.

THE life that we are now living is somewhat the same. You might say that we are just passing through, . . .

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Have You Been Born Again?

born againThe question is not, “Are you a member of a church?” or “Have you been baptized?”. The question is, Have You Been Born Again? There’s a vast difference between being born again and having membership in a church, or having been baptized. Church membership does not make one a Christian any more than working in a garage makes one a vehicle, and baptism has no saving merit whatsoever. Just as a physical birth was necessary for you to come into this world, so, too, a spiritual birth is required for you to go to Heaven. That’s what being “born-again” means – to have experienced a spiritual birth. According to God’s Word, the Bible, before anyone can go to Heaven he or she must be born-again, “…Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” (Jn. 3:3). Those who are not born-again do not go to Heaven when they die . . .

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God’s Plan For Salvation

Gods plan for salvationThe word “salvation” means deliverance or preservation and may be applied to material objects and physical or spiritual life. A person who is drowning needs to be rescued (saved), and that requires help from someone else since he (the person who is drowning) is powerless to save himself. Without that help he would drown and his physical life would forever be lost. The same is true of the eternal soul of mankind, for God created man with an eternal soul (Ecclesiastes 12:7). The physical body will die but the soul goes on forever in one of two places—Heaven or Hell. Please allow me to share with you God’s Plan For Salvation.

1. The Need For Salvation.

2. The Remedy For Salvation.

3. The Way To Salvation.

4. The Assurance Of Salvation.

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Blood – Just How Valuable Is It?

gospel tract about the blood“For the life of the flesh is in the blood, …” (Lev. 17:11)

BLOOD, it’s so valuable! Never a day goes by that someone, somewhere has need of it. Some blood types are common, some rare, and others very rare. Those who have a rare blood type will go to any expense or length to locate someone with the same type, for they know that their very life depends on it. The American Red Cross continually requests donations of blood, especially around holiday weekends. Blood is that liquid substance in the veins without which mankind could not survive. The very life of our flesh is in the blood. Without blood, man will die.

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Almost Saved, but…Totally Lost

almost saved gospel tractSomeone has said that “almost” only counts in horseshoes, meaning that they scored by “almost” hitting the mark. However, in reality they missed! The word “almost” means “very nearly”, “not quite.” In light of this we may conclude that to come close to the target, or “almost” hit it, means to completely miss the mark. Almost, but not quite.

There is a true story about a man who was “almost” saved; he was close, but not quite. The man to whom I refer was a king by the name of Herod Agrippa. Standing before Herod Agrippa was the world’s greatest missionary, the Apostle Paul. As the Apostle Paul stood before this great king and told of how he had been saved from a life of sin to serve the living God, the heart of Herod Agrippa was stirred deeply. The king had been moved by what he heard and apparently came close to becoming a Christian, for we read in Acts 26:28, “Then Agrippa said unto Paul, Almost thou persuadest me to be a Christian.” Almost — but not quite. King Agrippa came so close to being saved, and yet was so far away. Almost saved, but totally lost!

Many people who “plan” to receive Christ as their personal Saviour at 10 o’clock die at 9 o’clock. They were “almost” saved, but not quite. You see, my friend, there is no “almost” in salvation. Until a sinner has definitely accepted Jesus Christ as Saviour, he has definitely rejected Him. I heard of a man who said that he was just about ready to be saved; he was about seventy-five percent of the way there. “Almost” saved, but not quite.

Some of you who read this gospel tract will undoubtedly say, “I’ll get saved someday”, or “I’ll have to think about it first.” You may have the best intentions, but until you have definitely accepted Jesus Christ as Saviour, you have definitely rejected Him. “Almost” saved, but not quite. In II Corinthians 6:2 we read that, “Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.” My friend, you have no guarantee of tomorrow; it may not come.

Dear friend, if you have never received Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour, I urge you to do so today, this very moment! Why do you need to be saved? Please allow me to briefly explain. Of all the people born on this earth, none are within themselves righteous or good (Romans 3:10-12). “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23).

As a result, our just reward is death (spiritual, eternal separation from God in hell). Those who have not received Christ as Saviour are this very moment under God’s wrath (John 3:36) and already condemned(John 3:18). They are just as good as in hell as if they were there already!

What must you do to be saved? Right now, wherever you are, you can be saved. All you have to do is bow your head and pray a prayer similar to this: “Dear Lord, be merciful to me a sinner. I acknowledge before you, Jesus, that I have sinned, and I do now repent and ask for your forgiveness. I invite Jesus Christ to come into my heart as my Saviour, for it’s in His name I pray. Amen!” If you will do this, meaning it from your heart, then according to God’s Word you will be saved for all eternity (I John 5:11-13).

Salvation is possible because God loves us (Romans 5:8) and does not want any person to go to hell (II Peter 3:9). That is why Jesus Christ died on the cross of Calvary. He secured our salvation by shedding His blood which washed away our sins (Hebrews 9:11-14).

My friend, will you be like Herod Agrippa and be “almost” saved, but totally lost? Or will you this moment receive Jesus Christ as personal Saviour. I urge you! I plead with you! Accept Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour and be “completely” saved for all eternity.

– Richard A. Ciarrocca

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Romans Road Bookmark

romans road bookmarkROMANS 3:10

The Natural State Of Man

ROMANS 3:23

The Reason

ROMANS 5:12

The Cause

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