If there is the slightest possibility of God existing and that He has sent His only begotten Son Jesus to be your savior from your transgressions, wouldn’t it be wise to investigate it for yourself?
If you had evidence beyond doubt that God exists as described in the Holy Bible and that He loves you and wants you to be in Heaven with Him forever, would you want to be in Heaven with Him too?
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So what? I’m not interested in God. Why should I be?

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Many people today have a lack of interest in and concern of God. Be it that this lack of interest comes through someone wanting to be politically correct so that they can supposedly get along with everyone around them or through their own selfish desire so that they can supposedly do what they want to do without any consequences, many people in the world today have great apathy towards God.

Many people today hold that God is imaginary because He does not do what they request when they request it. These people hold that God does not exist and that only in people who are crazy are prayers answered.

Many people today poke fun at and try their best to insult those who believe in the one true God. These people say that those who have placed their faith in Jesus Christ are uneducated and believe in a book which was written by men who wanted to rule over people.

Something for you to think about now and for as long as you live… no matter how long or short of a life you live on earth think of this from time to time before you die while you still have time to think about it.

Through my faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of God is my Savior, I receive God’s mercy and forgiveness of my sins by no means of my own. (John 3:16-21)

Through my faith in God’s promises, teaches me to live my life – commanded to love others even those who hate me and name me as an enemy. (Matthew 5:43-48)

My faith in God’s promises command me to forgo my selfish ways and to help those who are in need and to not be materialistic. (James 3:14-18)

My faith in Jesus as my Savior, allows me to cross over the chasm between mankind and God made by mankind’s sins against God. (Ephesians 2:11-13)

My faith in God thus allows me to be with God forever and ever having a loving personal relationship with God forever and ever. (1 John 2:17)

Your faith in God as imaginary leaves you without mercy and forgiveness of your sins with no way to ever fully pay for your offenses. (Romans 3:19-31)

Your imaginary god teaches you nothing of love, compassion nor even tolerance of someone who has a belief different than yours. (1 John 4:8)

Your faith in imaginary God teaches you to be selfish and to obtain as much as you can because whoever has the most at death wins! (Matthew 6:24)

Your faith in an imaginary God never lets you fully understand nor feel true deep loving relationships; only material ones on earth. (1 John 4:16)

Your faith in an imaginary God has no crossing over the chasm between the one true God and you; leaving you alone forever and ever. (Isaiah 59:2)

If I am wrong upon my death and you were right, I am comfortable knowing that I lived a good life helping and loving others. (1 Peter 4:8)

If I am wrong and you were right at my death, I regret nothing other than not taking seriously sooner the Holy Word of God because it has so enriched my life.

Let’s say however that you are wrong and I am right? God is not imaginary and He truly exists as the Holy Bible says He does. (Isaiah 42:5-6)

What will you say to God at your death? What reasons will you give for God to let you into His loving presence? (Proverbs 18:1)

Will you remember what Jesus said as told in the New Testament book of John 14:6?

Are you comfortable in not even doing any research for yourself to find out on your own if the Holy Bible is true or not? (Proverbs 23:9)

Are you comfortable thinking that you are right even though you have not opened your mind to researching the truth? You should not be. (Proverbs 24:14)

I pray for you to open your mind and seek so that you will find the truth. I pray for your salvation. In Jesus’ name, Amen. (Jeremiah 29:11-13)

Jesus is knocking at your door. Accept Jesus Christ as your savior, confess your sins and ask Him to forgive you and place your faith in Him. (Revelation 3:20)

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