Most churches today refuse to do alter calls at every service. The pastor is only interested in collecting money, not souls for Jesus. The focus of every service should be reaching the lost and giving people an opportunity to accept Jesus in front of the church body. If the preacher’s priorities and focus were on winning souls for Christ then the Lord would take care of everything else but people are greedy.

If a person is too ashamed to admit they are a sinner, need Christ, and make a confession of faith in front of others then the Bible says that the Lord will be ashamed of those people and say “Depart from me, I never knew you.” Now that is not to say that people who cannot attend church (which in these end times it is recommended to keep away from those places), or various other reasons that a person may accept Jesus in an isolated setting but this message is about those people who are seated in a church service where the preacher is not doing his duty of making alter calls and so the church accommodates people by keeping it all quiet. This is blatant shame of Jesus. If a person is genuinely feeling God’s conviction on them to accept Him into their life and if the person genuinely wants to accept Jesus then they will want to shout it from the housetops. Anything else is phony. The people doing this will have no one but themselves to blame when judgment day arrives. Preachers will get their punishment, but everyone is responsible for reading the Word of God on their own, and anyone who is reading the Bible will leave these compromising churches.

If all you can do is tell people what a great preacher you have, or talk about phony personal prophecy junk, or tell people they will make money if they come to your church, or about all the dumb activities your church maintains to keep people distracted from the Bible then you are not genuinely saved. Anyone who is genuinely saved is not going to tell you how the Lord made them famous or rich because God is not the one doing that. A genuine Christian is the one going through the fire and still singing praises to the Lord God Almighty and they will be able to tell you about the deep trenches they have tread through and all the many enemies who rose up against them but GOD spared them just like He did Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the furnace.

God made people unique. These wacky, liberal, government churches of today want everyone to be conformed—everyone to be alike. God cannot work in people like that. Anyone who says they do not like this person or that person and they do not want to associate with them is no Christian. When the trumpet calls, such people will be left behind. If you have an issue with someone then you need to work it out with the Lord and with that individual. Do not expect God to place you on separate sides of Heaven. It won’t happen. God will never allow people into His Kingdom who are so stubborn and rebellious that they refuse to fellowship together on this earth. Give some thought to that and pray about it because why would anyone want to be left out of Heaven over something so silly and ridiculous? Eternity is forever. Do not risk leaving this earth while holding resentment and not speaking to someone. Hell will not be worth it, folks. I imagine there will be a lot of people who after the rapture takes place will find themselves left behind regretting they had never made amends with various people who did make it in the rapture. Don’t let yourself be one of them. -Admin-

Whoever confesses Me before men, him I will also confess before My Father who is in heaven. Matthew 10:32

Today, as you shop at the grocery store, work in the office, volunteer at school, or do any other routine activity, you will encounter many different people. Each one is a unique individual with an astounding array of personal needs—love, money, friendship, wisdom, courage, among others.

But every human being has one need in common: a personal relationship with Jesus Christ—Savior, Lord, and Friend of all who believe in Him. The joyous truth is that every believer possesses the Person who can meet that universal need.

You may not be able to help people financially. You may not live in close proximity to establish friendships. You may not have the material resources to supply their practical needs. But you can introduce them to Jesus Christ, the only One who can provide for every need, meet every demand, care for every hurt.

Jesus is the Answer. If you know Him, you can tell others about Him in a variety of ways: over a cup of coffee, through a tract, a suggestion to attend church or listen to a religious broadcast.

Everybody needs the Lord. Share Him as His Spirit leads you, and He will meet their needs as no other can.

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