If you died tonight, would you go to Heaven or Hell?
Have you actually read and studied the Bible to find out?
Do you knowfor sure what it
says about salvation? Please
don't gamble with your soul. Find out while
there's still time!
You Good Enough to go to Heaven?
You think you're a good person. We all do. Take this short,
simple quiz to see if you make the grade according to
God's standard of goodness: The Ten Commandments.
Problem of a Good God Paul Washer, HeartCry Missionary
Society IF YOU ONLY DO ONE THING
MAKE SURE YOU LISTEN TO THIS 12-MINUTE MESSAGE.
We all know that God is good and many of us are counting
on His goodness to get into Heaven, so how can the goodness
of God be a problem? Listen to this enlightening 12-minute
message by Paul Washer and discover how God's goodness
is a huge problem for sinful humanity.
You took the "Good Person Test" above and learned
a humbling truth about yourself, a truth we all share.
Now learn about the cure for this condition and how God
showed His great mercy and love for us.
Best Kept Secret Ray Comfort & Kirk Cameron,
Way of the Master
Many people believe that they are going to heaven but
most are in grave error. The bible teaches that only
a few will find the gate which leads
to life. Hell has hidden what you need to know to find
salvation. Do you know what it is? Revealing this to you
is why you were given the 'Good Person Test".
& False Conversions Ray Comfort, Way of the Master
If you only watch one video here,
please watch this one.
Have you truly given yourself to Christ or are you one
of many false converts. Please listen to this compelling
sermon by Ray Comfort and discover if you are a stony
ground hearer or a recipient of the Holy Spirit and a
genuine follower of Christ. This study helps all professing
Christians who are willing...to "examine themselves
to see if they are in the faith".
You Really a Christian? Todd
Friel, Wretched Radio
You might believe you are good Christian but how does
your walk measure up when compared against scripture?
Listen to this enlightening sermon by Todd Friel to see
if you are truly walking with the Lord.
Who Knew Not Sin, Became Sin" Joe
Focht, Calvary Chapel of Philadelphia
Learn what our sin required
our Savior to endure on the cross. This is an example
of a verse-by-verse bible study at Calvary Chapel. The
study is Matthew 27:32-66 where Jesus' crucifixion and
death is examined in great detail. The discussion concerning
the two thieves crucified with Jesus is especially insightful.
is Your Moment of Truth Ray
Comfort, Way of the Master
If you had the courage to view and listen to the preceding
studies then maybe you have the will to watch these last
2 videos. This is your moment of truth. On judgement day
everything you have ever thought,
said and done will be revealed, just like this woman.
What will be your fate on your day of judgement?
Remember, this isn't make-believe.
This is reality.....this is forever.
I pray that you will take the time to carefully and prayerfully
consider what these lessons teach. Always remember that
Jesus suffered and died for you so God
could be justified to forgive you. He paid the penalty
for your sin so that you could be with
Him in heaven after you die. You need only repent daily
from sin and put your trust in Him and Him alone for your
Please don't reject His most preciously bought gift of
eternal life. Jesus won't force Himself on you. He leaves
the decision to receive Him to you.
If some of this caused you to fear ... rejoice! Without
fear man cannot and will not flee to the Savior, Jesus
Christ. The bible says,
"The fear of the LORD is the beginning
of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction."
[Proverbs 1:7 NKJV]
"Like a father pitieth his children, so the Lord
pitieth them that fear Him." [Psalm 103:13 KJV]
Don't shrink from this fear. Allow it to send you running
to the cross...and salvation!
Charlton Heston: 10 Commandments
Once you have thrown yourself upon the Lord's mercy, confessed
your sins & asked for His forgiveness you must repent
& trust in Jesus for the payment of your sin debt.
If you do that, the Lord has promised to forgive you and
give you a new heart that seeks to please Him.
Once forgiven, you need to get spiritually fed. As a new-born
Christian it is vitally important that you begin to read
your bible regularly. Begin with the Gospel of John followed
by the Book of Romans.
Always remember that the bible is more than a mere book.
It is the very Word of God and possesses great supernatural
power! Please don't neglect reading it. It is critical
to your growth as a Christian.
A great idea is to read the bible while listening to a
word-for-word dramatized reading of the text. Here is
one example that you might want to review.
Listen to sample: [2:09]
Matthew 27:45-55 NKJV
Next, find yourself a good bible-teaching church where
you can fellowship with other believers and grow together
in faith. I attend Calvary
Chapel of Philadelphia but there are other good churches
Pastor Joe of Calvary Chapel present a teaching on
Luke 15:11-31, The Prodigal Son.
Here is a good guide on how a new Christian can begin
to grow in their faith. Its called "Save
Yourself Some Pain". Its purpose to to help you
understand how to grow spiritually strong so you can prevail
in the spiritual battle against the temptations of this