Archive | June 21, 2017

The Consequences of a Belief in Cheap Forgiveness

The statement made by a murderer after he shot eight people dead:

Godbolt also told a reporter that ‘death’ is next, saying: ‘My intentions was to have God kill me. I ran out of bullets.

‘Suicide by cop was my intention. I ain’t fit to live not after what I’ve done, not in your eyes, not in nobody else’s eyes.

‘But God, you know, he forgives you for everything.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4549852/Eight-people-killed-Mississippi-shooting.html

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Nabeel Qureshi’s Conversion

I enjoyed reading how the Lord brought Nabeel Qureshi unto Himself:

Dear Seeker,

Nabeel qureshi bio (1)I thank God Almighty for your devotion to the truth and your desire to lay aside personal comfort for His sake, for He is Truth. Your struggle to get closer to the truth—and thereby closer to God—will be rewarded due to your sincerity and purity of heart. It is for you that I write my testimony.

I myself have always been dedicated to finding the truth, and many extraordinary events have transpired which led me there. I am certain that the miraculous occurrences in my life have all been due to that pure dedication which is readily available to all of us, and not in any way due to skill or accomplishment of my own. Praise be to God, for I asked, and He gave. I sought, and He helped me find. I knocked on the door of truth, and He opened it for me.

My name is Nabeel. Born as a U.S. Citizen in California, I was raised by devout Muslim parents. My mother and father are immigrants from Pakistan and among the most dedicated Muslims I have ever known. My father was an officer in the U.S. Navy, and because of his career I have lived up and down the Atlantic Coast in the United States, as well as in the U.K…

Read more: https://christianheritagenews.blogspot.ca/2017/02/crossing-over-intellectual-and.html