A Message From Jack Chick
Dear Ones in Christ,
This morning I was reading in Jeremiah 51:7 how “Babylon hath been a golden cup in the Lord’s hand, that made all the earth drunken: the nations have drunken of her wine; therefore the nations are mad.”
Has anything changed? Where are the leaders? Where is anyone who can solve the incredible wave of insanity coming? The people are consumed with entertainment, sports, politics and are blind to see God’s judgment on the horizon.
Before World War II, people were as complacent as they are now. What are we doing as believers? That is the main question. What did our Lord Jesus command us to do? It was to: Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature! It was not to build gigantic churches, putting millions into concrete.
Have we lost our minds? Africa will go Islamic. Who cares!? The Lord Jesus cares! Our missionaries out there living in dangerous situations are lucky to have some church send them $25 a month. Then they have to shut down their work to come back to the states to beg for more funds because some churches dropped them. This is madness! Our focus must be on the gospel, and try to touch a dying world.
Beloved, the next two wars will take half the world’s population. As sure as day follows night, World War III is coming. Islam is sweeping through the black communities in the United States, working through our prison system.
We at Chick Publications are working as hard as we can to produce gospel tracts to counter this. We must not play church, but be soldiers for Christ. If the Muslims can be fanatical for Allah, what about us? Greater is He that is in you than he that is in the world.
Got the picture? Let’s get out more tracts in 2007 than we have ever done before. God’s judgment on this world is being delayed, waiting for us to win a few more souls into the kingdom.Your brother in Christ,
Jack T. Chick, President
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