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GLMX #48: On "Being Saved" in Black America II

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Daniel Whyte III

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Celebrating the 25th anniversary of this gospel tract that has been read by thousands around the world. 

The Lord gave me the mind to write this tract when I was a young evangelist nearly 25 years ago. From the time the Lord saved me out of religious church tradition, I had a burden for "my kindred according to the flesh" because I felt that many of them were religious and lost just like I was - in church every Sunday, but on my way to hell. See, I came out of a very religious church background, from both the Baptist and Pentecostal/Holiness traditions. My dad was a Baptist preacher and my mother who is still living is a Pentecostal preacher. Eventually, my mother won my father over to the Pentecostal/Holiness side later in his life. So ever since I was truly born again on Dec 19, 1979, I have had a burden to share with the black community and whosoever will what salvation is and what it is not. Even to this day, we have many black people, many white folks, and other races as well, who still believe they must somehow work their way to Heaven. And that is simply not the case, because as the prince of preachers, Spurgeon said, "it is all of grace." Since this is Black History Month, I have decided to share with you what salvation is and what it is not in ON "BEING SAVED" IN BLACK AMERICA II.

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