Friday, September 19, 2014

Words of Comfort: What's the point in serving God?


What's the point in serving God? If you know your Bible you will know that John the Baptist was killed at 33, James died young, so did Stephen, and all the disciples died early in life except for John. They were murdered for their faith. Plus thousands of God-loving Christians die in car accidents and from terrible diseases. A young pastor I knew was confined to a wheelchair and tragically died in a horrible fire.  On the flip side there are atheists who have lived happy lives to a ripe old age. Then there's the question as to why God allowed Hitler to live as long as he did. There were many attempts on his life, and he miraculously survived them all.  

The answer is that we trust in Jesus to escape the wrath that is coming on Judgment Day, not the problems and pains of this life. Check out the details of how to be saved from the long arm of the Law, see www.needGod.com

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Words of Comfort: Experts at UCLA and USC.

"Ray, if I may ask, what training/school/ qualifications do you possess that make you a valid authority on any subject matter relating to the process of evolution? I read your biography that is posted on multiple sites, and I could not identify any formal training in evolutionary biology. Just want to know why I should trust your word, over the word of someone like Richard Dawkins. I am just curious as to what your college degree is in, and what formal training you accomplished. Thanks." Joe Smith 

I'm not an expert in evolutionary biology, and have never claimed to be. That's why I took a camera to the experts at UCLA and USC and asked them for evidence of Darwinian evolution. They couldn't give any. Not a peep. Watch them flounder:www.evolutionVsGod.com (over 1.7 million views). 




Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Words of Comfort: Faked it.


Jeff Klein said, "I was a believer too, until about 10 years ago. I thought I had a relationship with God too, but I realized that it was just a placebo." 

It's good that you admit such a truth. You faked it. It was just a placebo. You (and many others on this site) had a false conversion. You never knew the Lord. Read Mark 4 to see what happened, and then www.needGod.com for what you can do about it.


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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Words of Comfort: Back to Adam.


"I'd rather thank my parents [than God], the ones that actually brought me into this world..." Craig Boettcher

And where did your parents parents come from? And their parents? And theirs? Right back to Adam.

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Monday, September 15, 2014

Words of Comfort: 20% discount.

"I thought salvation was a free gift from Jesus. Obviously not. Still though 20% off salvation through Ray Comfort seems like a good deal." Leonie Trent 

When I threatened to ban her for such talk, Leonie replied, “I'm sorry Ray. I don't understand where the problem lies with my comment. Could you explain why this seems like a careless remark to you? Thanks Ray. I just want to follow YOUR rules as best I can.” 

I replied: I will do my best to explain. I (and every other Christian) have eternal life because of one reason--God's amazing grace (His mercy). My Savior poured His life's blood out and received the wrath that was justly due to me for my many sins.  A day doesn't go by when I am not overwhelmed to a point of tears that God didn't treat me justly. If someone you love took a bullet for you (literally gave his life for you) wouldn't you think highly of that person?  I'm sure you would (unless you were an extremely cold-hearted and selfish person). 

God (in Christ) died for sinners, while we were His enemies--hating Him, denying His existence, unthankful for life, and blaspheming His name. Such love can’t be expressed in words. The Apostle Paul called it "the unspeakable gift," and it’s because it is "unspeakable" that I'm having trouble explaining it. 

So when you say that people can "buy" salvation through me at 20% discount, you are both mocking and denigrating something that is very, very (unspeakably) precious to us as Christians. 

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Words of Comfort: Nothing else.


"The Christian notion that death is 'nothing serious' is both telling and deeply unsettling." Alan Byers 

In a world of continual violence, terrible wars, terrorism, child rape, disease and death, there are more important things to be deeply unsettled about than a Christian's assurance that he has everlasting life.  Islam is the religion that kills those who don't believe, and thinks that God will reward them with sex, for murder. Christians are the ones that love you, and we are concerned about your eternal salvation. That's it. Nothing else.

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Words of Comfort: Nazi cruelty.


"Ray, what proof and evidence do you have that Hell is good and just?" William Hartnell

I watched a sickening documentary recently about the cruelty of the Nazis. I also thought about another program I saw on TV years ago. It was about a man who kidnapped a small family and took them to his home in a remote location. He then murdered the young father and his little boy, buried them in his backyard, and chained the young woman to his bed where he kept her as a sex slave until he also murdered her. He video-taped her pleading for her life and asking why he would do such a thing to her precious family. He coldly answered, "Because I don't like you!" 

Multiply Nazi Germany and other vicious evils like this one  a million times over, and you have to ask the question, "If God is good, how can Hell NOT exist?" 

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Words of Comfort: Guilt.


"If you want to be happy, stop being a Christian. Nobody in the real world is going to blame you for someone else eating an apple. Endless guilt and submission do not make you happy." Pete Ramberg

Someone ate an apple (it's evident that you don't know your Bible)?  What makes sinners happy is sin. Men love darkness rather than light. But their joy is temporary. Ours will be eternal.  

One other thing you have wrong. Guilt ENDS at the cross. Submission to God means that our sins are completely forgiven, because of what Jesus did on the cross. For a clear understanding of this, watch www.evolutionVsGod.com (over a million views).

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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Words of Comfort: Lunacy at its best.


Meagain Nudderacont said: “Actually Ray, atheism is the default position one acquires through logic and reason. There is however a strong argument that belief systems of theists in the supernatural are insane, and frankly quite stupid. You may want to pray a little harder for that 'wisdom' you were speaking about.”

Ray Answers: Your only default position with atheism is to believe that nothing created everything, or to redefine "nothing" as "something" (which is what Dawkins does). Such a belief-system is scientific lunacy at its best. Atheism is as far from "logic and reason" as the East is from the West. No one needs to pray for wisdom to see this. A child can figure it out by looking around him at the order and beauty of Nature. Our precedent for atheism is not only based on Psalm 14:1 but upon common sense. 

Although it may be hard for you to see, my words are motivated only by love and from a deep concern for where you spend eternity. The greatest favor anyone can ever do for an atheist is to pop his little bubble of delusion and bring him or her back to reality. see -> www.evolutionVsGod.com

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Monday, September 8, 2014

Words of Comfort: NeedGod.com

"We believe that the belief in gods and the various religions that subscribe to gods are dangerous to the survival of our species and ecosystem. We also see that we have a unique position to talk to believers and help them see the truth, since the vast majority of atheists used to be believers." Jason Christopher Morris

Let me straighten out your doctrine just a little. They used to "pretend" to be believers. They were fakes, or what the Bible calls false converts (see "True and False Conversion" on www.Livingwaters.com).  They were hypocrites who fell away when temptation came and exposed the hypocrisy. Many don't fall away. They will stay as goats among the sheep, and they will stay there until the Day of Judgment when the Good Shepherd sorts them out.  If you are interested in not ending up in Hell, see www.needGod.com   

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