I had a dream where there was music and dancing and then we were on our way to heaven. Then suddenly I found myself following a large crowd that was running up a mountain at top speed. As we climbed, it got warmer and warmer and I asked one person where we were headed. He answered by saying that we were going to hell. And I said “Oh what do you mean?” so I saw a turn on the left and when I walked for about 5 to 10 meters I saw a wall so high for anyone to climb it. I decided to go back to where all the other people were and then I woke up.
While I was praying about it, God told me to tell everybody on this earth that there is hell and there is heaven; only 2 places. Do not allow anyone to deceive you by saying that there is no life after death. So if you miss heaven, you will never miss hell.
You may be a leader in the church doing what is expected of you but you must safeguard your salvation here on earth. People are hiding behind the church and they are doing a lot of things which are unrighteous. I pray that the Lord helps us to mend our ways.
When a believer engages in unrighteous acts, we need to bear that person up in prayer so that he or she will have a renewal of mind.
If you miss heaven, you will never miss hell.
The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.
Let us live right for God because He does not want anyone to perish.
Extracted from the sermon, “Bearing Fruit“, preached at Ramseyer Congregation, Taifa District Presby
God Bless You
Be Saved Today
If you are reading this except and you have not received Jesus as your savior, kindly say this short prayer:
Dear Lord Jesus,
I am a sinner and cannot save myself.
I believe that you died for my sins and rose again.
Cleanse me with your blood and become the Lord over my life.
Thank you for your forgiveness, Amen
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