IF SOMEONE HAD A
GUN HELD IN FRONT OF YOUR FACE AND ASKED YOU IF YOU BELIEVED IN GOD,WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
AND FEEL ASHAMED THE REST OF YOUR LIFE, OR SAY YES, I DO, AND DIE
STANDING UP FOR GOD?
Note: This is a true
article that was printed in a southern newspaper less then a year ago TAKE A DEEP BREATH BEFORE
READING THIS. There was an atheist couple
who had a child.
The couple never told their daughter anything about the Lord.
One night when the little girl was 5 years old, the parents fought with each
other and the dad shot the Mom, right in front of the child.
Then, the dad shot
The little girl watched it all.
She then was sent to a foster home.
The foster mother was a Christian and took the child to church.
On the first
day of Sunday School, the foster mother told the teacher that the girl had never heard of Jesus, and
to have patience with her.
The teacher held up a picture of Jesus and said, 'Does anyone
know who this is?'
The little girl said, 'I do, that's the man who was holding
me the night my parents died.'
If you believe this little
girl is telling the truth that even though she had never heard of Jesus, he
still held her the night her parents died, then you will forward this to as
many people as you can. Isn't it ironic today that it is easy for people to trash God and then wonder why the world is going to hell. Isn't it ironic how many people today believe in what
the newspapers say, but question what the Bible says. Isn't it ironic how everyone today wants to
go to heaven provided they do not have to believe in God, His Son, Jesus, or His Bible.
Isn't it ironic how someone can say
today they believe in God but they still follow after Satan (who, by the way, also 'believes' in
Isn't ironic how you can send a
thousand 'jokes' through e-mails and they will spread like wildfire, but when you
start sending messages regarding the Lord God and His Son, people think twice about sharing these messages with others.
Isn't it ironic how lewd, crude,
vulgar, and obscene language now pass freely through cyberspace, but a public discussion
of God or His Son, Jesus, is suppressed in most schools and places of business today.
Isn't it ironic how Christians will go to church on Sundays, but the rest of the week they are invisible Christians.
Isn't it ironic how many people worry about what other people are thinking and saying about them, but they do not worry about what God thinks and says about them.