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The Bible On Trial

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What if you saw a job offer from God, and it went like this?:

"My faithful servant, I want you to come work for me. Here is the job description: The hours are long, and you will be paid nothing. You will be responsible for everything I own, but you will personally own nothing. You will be in constant grave danger, and will suffer much physical and emotional pain, and no one will know, and no one will care. You will travel the world, but you will never be a tourist. You will eat and sleep only when I tell you. And when the time is right, you will die so that My Bride will live. And when you are resurrected, you will be on the job as my Bondservant for all of eternity."

This is what awaits the Faithful and Wise Bondservant and his fellow servants that are described in Matt. 24: 42-51. Sounds great, doesn't it? Who in their right mind would accept such a reduculous and painful job? 

God is looking for a few good men and women, 144,00 in number, to work for Him/Them at the end of time. The job is not easy, and takes great courage to see through to the end. And when it ends on earth, it begins in Heaven, and lasts for eternity. Only a few people out of all the billions on earth will qualify for the job, and only those that recognize that righteousness is not a gift, but a commitment. Do you have what it takes?

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