A Message From David W. Daniels
Brothers and Sisters in Christ:
There's a tragedy in the world that we see every day.
We've all got friends, relatives or acquaintances who are hard-working, kind and devout in their religion. They've got a strong moral backbone and are loyal friends. They'd give you the shirt off their back, if it'd help. And yet, they don't know Christ.
What a tragedy. If they continue on their way, doing good works, but never getting their sins forgiven, all of those good works won't count.
We can't be saved by good works.
There are moral Mormons, Buddhists, even atheists. But they can't go to heaven by earning it and "being good." Roman Catholics can't burn it off in a Purgatory. And moral people who believe in karma and reincarnation can't "come back in another life" to take care of their sins.
Sadly, there are entire churches and denominations that welcome "all faiths" and open the doors to precious Roman Catholics. But they don't offer them salvation. They pretend they are "brothers and sisters in Christ." How would Christians feel, if they knew they were making the unsaved believe they were saved "as they are"?
We come to Christ "as we are." But we will not remain "as we were." And Christ has the ultimate answer to life, the universe, and everything. God will forgive the sins of all who admit they're sinners, turn to God's Son in faith and receive His offer of eternal life.
The choices we make will last forever. But we've only got this life to accept His offer. And we have no idea how long this life will last.
With that in mind, look at the new tract, Limited Time Offer. It's written to the average person, who is moral, and kind —but unsaved. I pray it'll encourage you to hand it to the "nice" unsaved people you know. It just might be what they need to lead them to Christ.
In Christ Jesus, and for His service,