The favourite catch phrase of the street evangelist is the phrase, “If you died tonight, do you know where you would go?”, often followed up by its partner, “Are you secure in your eternal fate?”
And actually, this ‘evangelist’s mantra’ is hollow. And the reason is this: the evangelists themselves don’t really believe it.
According to most of the people who spout this tripe, you cannot actually be sure of your eternal destination because you might make a right pig’s ear of it in the moment before you die.
‘Once saved, always saved‘ is the only way you can ‘know’ where you will go; every other belief apart from ‘once saved, always saved’ is an insecure salvation because you can lose it at the drop of a single ‘sin’. These people aren’t as ‘assured’ as they like to think.
And so, the correct answer to the question, “If you died tonight, do you know where you would go?” (in addition to ‘mind your own business’, of course!) is this:
Yes. Do you?
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Yes…up in smoke…air pollution, unless some air-head decides to ban cremation.
Catch up with me in the wind that lifts your Cessna off the ground when you go flyingwiththespirits.net
Meanwhile I would like to thank you for reviewing and commenting on my website several years ago. You said my speed chart of the Latitudes was of interest, although you had not as yet checked out the figures. This made me double check them myself and make a discovery that explains the greatest mystery of all time.
The Powers that Be did not want to let the genie out of the bottle so my websites were taken down.
My great grandaughter has now re-built it for me (in Australia), for educational purposes only, she has Aspergers which enables her to understand and teach children with special needs. Together we can make the world a better place to live on, and sometimes a single word or deed can make the greatest contribution.
It is not about what will happen, that’s anybody’s guess, it is about what is happening and how best to deal with it when you are flying the plane, I hope my website will prevent the loss of many ships and planes, pilots and passengers, now there is this ever increasing demand to travel far and wide at great speed.
Hi Joyce and it’s lovely to hear from you again 🙂 I’m so glad that you managed to get your website up again. For all that some people may not agree with its content, your freedom of speech is important and it is your right. Well done!