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GLMX #112: Something You Can be Sure Of

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In this world, there are not many things we can be sure of. We can't be sure that we will live to see tomorrow, much less that we will see next week, next month, or next year. We can't be sure that our home is safe or that we can go to a public place and be safe. We can install alarms and security systems in our homes and offices, but we can't be 100% sure we'll be safe. Airport officials can scan passengers and luggage and check all of the mechanics of airplane, but we still can't be sure that we will arrive at our destination safely. In this economy, with an erratic stock market, multiple bank failures and major billion dollar losses, a severe drought, and high gas and food prices, regular commodities, and for some, even basic necessities are nor certain. For many more people, money to pay next month's bills is not certain.

The world we live in today could be called the land of uncertainty. Uncertainty could be the defining term of our society and culture. But it does not have to define your life or your future. No, you can't be sure of when or where you will die, but you can be sure of where you will live after you die. You can be sure of where you will spend eternity today. John 5:24 says, "Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life." Jesus Christ died for you and in that fact you can be safe. If you trust the Word of God and believe in Jesus Christ today, you will make your future secure.

If you want to be sure of something in this life, allow me to show you how you can be sure of your eternal place in Heaven as well as peace and joy on earth.

+ Plus, listen to Avalon singing "In Christ Alone"

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