A Serious Challenge To Your Faith
It is written in Hebrews 11:6...

".........But WITHOUT Faith it is IMPOSSIBLE to PLEASE Him; for he that cometh to God MUST believe that He IS, and that He IS a rewarder of them that DILIGENTLY seek Him."

If we profess to have Faith, then God tries that Faith. The Bible teaches in 1st. Peter 1:7 "...That the trial of your faith, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honor and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ."

God puts every profession of Christian Faith to the test - NOT by the church creed, not by works of righteousness which we have done, but BY HIS WORD. The Bible teaches that "Faith comes by HEARING the Word of God" (Romans 10:17). Therefore, it must be tested by the WORD. We are further warned in Matthew 4:4 that "Man shall not live by bread alone but by every Word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God"

It's our prayer that you will STOP, LOOK and LISTEN! Seriously consider the things presented in this Web Site. Your attitude toward The Revelation of Jesus Christ contained in these pages could very well determine your Eternal destination. First allow us to present The Messenger and then allow the Messenger to present to you the Revelation of Jesus Christ for this Age as John the Baptist did in his day.

To allow us to Seriously Challenge your Personal Faith in God and His Word, you MUST Seriously Consider the Challenge we lay before you. Don't take my word for these things - search it for yourself. Jesus instructed the Pharisees to "search the Scriptures" (John 5:39). CHECK everything with the Word of God - NOT your Clergy, NOT your Church, NOT your favorite Television Bible Teacher, Preacher or Evangelist, BUT WITH THE WORD OF GOD. The clergy, the church and Hollywood-type Television Evangelism will pass away BUT the WORD of God abides forever.

In the Book of Hebrews we find the "history" of Faith. There, the Apostle Paul records "The Faith" which each individual generation has stood for down through the Old Testament Ages. Each 'stood and bore reproach' for The WORD Revealed to them in THEIR DAY. Abel bore reproach for offering a 'lamb bathed in it's own blood' upon the Altar of God - But remember, God accepted his offering and REJECTED Cain's. IS GOD REALLY ACCEPTING YOUR OFFERING TODAY? ARE "YOU" really "growing in Grace and the Correct and Vital Knowledge of Jesus Christ" for YOUR DAY?

We also find in Hebrews Chapter Eleven that Noah 'stood and bore reproach' for the WORD Revealed to him in that Age. To the people of that day, the idea of 'rain' from the skies was ridiculous, and even more ridiculous to think that it would pour down for forty days and nights, causing a flood that would washed the whole earth over. The people really thought he was crazy when he started to act on what God had revealed to him - He built a boat on dry land for the saving of his family.

Abraham 'stood and bore reproach' for the Revelation that God gave him. Based on what was revealed to him, he left his homeland and went looking for a City whose builder and maker was God. The Bible says, "...He went out, not knowing where he went." He acted on what was revealed to him and one day in the wilderness he met the Priest-King of 'that city' - Melchizedek. When he was 100 years old and Sarah was 90, he still believed that God was still able to give him a son through Sarah.

In his day, John the Baptist 'stood and bore reproach' for the Message God had given him, for the people in that day. Martin Luther, John Wesley, and the Early Pentecostals, all bore reproach for the WORD Revealed to them in THEIR DAY. BUT what about YOUR DAY? What day are you trying to live in? ARE YOU trying to stand for something that was given to a previous Age OR are you taking your stand for what God has done in this Age?

Considering the strong religious tide sweeping this modern age, it is indeed a challenge to believe what God has done in THIS Age. But HIS Grace is surely sufficient to help the willing heart.

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