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God created everything including man; therefore, whatever God commands is law.Man rebelled against the law of God and has been in rebellion against the law of God from the time of the first man and woman and has continued in rebellion to this very day.The penalty for sin is death but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.God is gracious; therefore, he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life.Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, fully God and fully man except in sin.Jesus lived a righteous life, as a man fully obedient to the will of God the Father.Jesus promised eternal life to all who would ever come to believe in him, then he died in our place for our sins. On the third day Jesus defeated death and bodily rose from the dead.After this Jesus ascended to the right hand of the Father God and will return at a time of the Father’s choosing to judge the earth.When he does, all the dead will rise to face him in judgment. Jesus will put those who received him on his right and those who rejected him on his left. Those who rejected him will go away to eternal punishment, the lake which burns with fire and brimstone which is the second death. Those who received him will go into eternal life in the new heaven and new earth living eternally with God.No man knows the day or hour of Christ return.10 Nor does anyone know the day or hour of their own death. Christ may return during this life and you will face him in judgment. Like most people throughout history you may first die then after this the judgment. Either way you are going to face the Son of Man in judgement.11 When Christ returns will you be on his right or on his left? Repent and believe in the gospel. “Whoever will call on the name of the Lord will be saved.”12 Jesus will listen to you and will help you repent and believe. Call on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ today before it is too late. Now is the acceptable time to call on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Now is the day of salvation.13

Cf. Gn 1-2.
Cf. Gn 3; Rom 3:10-18; 5:12-14.
Rom 6:23.
Jn 3:16-17.
1 Pt 2:22.
Mt 17:5.
Lk 24:44-49.
Acts 1:9-11.
Cr. Mt 25:31-46; Rv 20-22
10 Mk 13:32.
11 Heb 9:27.
12 Rom 10:13, NASB.
13 1 Cor 6:2.

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