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Revelation for Our times

Revelation, yes, is a book in the New Testament of the Holy Bible. The word revelation also means an unveiling. Or perhaps a discovery. It can also mean, according to Oxford English Dictionary, "the divine or supernatural disclosure to humans of something relating to human existence or the world". 

All of these will be used to teach what God expects of us in order to get to heaven - and to help others along the way. This message isn't for only one. It's for all. God loves everyone. Jesus died for all sins. The Holy Spirit wants you to come, just as you are, and join the side of the Good, those whose motives to do good are unselfish, their good deeds are done with a pure heart that only our Heavenly Father creates. Good deeds don't get us to heaven, but God works in us to perform these good deeds for his work so that others may know and respect him as Sovereign Lord.

Revelation of our times
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Eventually, we all will die. Eventually, Jesus Christ will return whether you believe this right now or not. So, if you aren't a believer, I want to make you a believer, to trust Jesus as your Savior, to love the one true God, to understand that there is a Holy Spirit who will live in you and help you make better decisions based on the Word of God. I want this, of course, for all believers also who are listening to the world instead of the Word. 

A day will come when the Holy Spirit will stop asking you to accept the Holy Trinity and/or to live as the Holy Trinity requests. Free yourself from eternal damnation. Join the winning side before Death removes you from this world, before Jesus returns to conquer heaven and earth and to send the unrepented and the nonbelievers to hell with Satan and his demons.

Won't you come? Just as you are? Come and let God help you be the person he made you to be - free, loving, his beloved. When you're ready, say the prayer below and give God control of your life.

Sample of a Salvation/Sinners Prayer: Heavenly Father, I have sinned. I pray that you will please forgive me for my sins. In this moment, I accept your son, Jesus Christ as my Savior. Please help me to understand how I can serve you and become Christlike in order to please you and to bring others to you. Thank you for calling me to be your child. I pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit from this day forward so that all I do is for you, Dear Lord. In Jesus' holy name, amen.

May God keep you in his care,



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