There Is Time!

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“There are just not enough hours in the day.” “I have so much to do and not enough time to do it in.” “I don’t have time to do it!” We have all said something like this or heard someone else say it. A Bible College professor used to say that people always have time […]

There Is Time“There are just not enough hours in the day.”
“I have so much to do and not enough time to do it in.”
“I don’t have time to do it!”
We have all said something like this or heard someone else say it. A Bible College professor used to say that people always have time to do what they want to do. Some people have a very complex schedule and time is a premium for them, especially for what one would call free time. It does not matter who we are or what our station in life might be, whether we are famous or obscure, wealthy or poor, educated or uneducated, talented or not, liked or disliked; none of this matters, but there is one thing that we all have in common, an event that we will have time for and we will attend. Sooner or later we will all have time to die; the grave, no matter what form it may take, will not be cheated. We may not like to think about this, but it is a fact we cannot escape. So now the question is this; who are you looking for, the undertaker or the upper-taker?
The undertaker will be the one who prepares the body for burial; the body, the vehicle that the real you is housed in, but when it’s time to die, that vehicle is cast aside and the real you goes to an eternal place the Bible calls Heaven or Hell. There is no place in between that some call purgatory; nowhere does the Bible speak of such a place. The real you, the eternal soul that God created will go, immediately upon death, to one of two places, and where that will be is determined while we are still alive, and that choice is ours and ours alone. We are only passing this way one time; “And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:” {Hebrews 9:27} One old-time preacher said, “Do not believe that you are standing still; you are not.  Your pulses each moment beat the funeral marches to the tomb.  You are chained to the chariot of rolling time.  There is no bridling of the steeds or leaping from the chariot.” (Charles Haddon Spurgeon). So the question remains; have you made time for Jesus Christ and repented of sin and trusted His as your personal Saviour? Why should you do this? Well, please allow me to share with you a few reasons with Scripture.

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