Everyone have a safe and blessed weekend. I won’t be on the computer again until Monday afternoon because I have to use a public computer and the lab is closed on the weekends. I’m so poor that I can’t afford a computer of my own. I am trying to save up $100 on Amazon so that I can buy a tablet. Maybe by Christmas. I need one so I can start on my writing career.
I live next to the area of Las Vegas where there are many homeless people. My heart goes out to them and I believe that God has called me to minister unto them. I have many years being homeless myself and can relate to their problems.
It is very hot here in Las Vegas. Not near as hot as it will be in hell for those people who decide to reject Jesus though. It seems that most people don’t even give the slightest consideration to their eternal destiny. All they think about is their temporary pleasures in this life, which may be 100 years. But, what is that compared to eternity? It is very sad to see how there is so much immorality in this world. I’m somewhat of a news junkie and have been keeping up with the current events in our Government and around the world. It is so sad to see how many people condone such immoral beliefs as homosexuality and abortion. Of course they don’t believe that these acts and lifestyles are sinful.
Of course there are those who say that they don’t believe in God, Heaven or Hell, etc. I would like to ask those people what they are going to do if they are wrong? Are they willing to take that chance? It doesn’t matter what a person may choose to believe, it still doesn’t change the Truth. If by some unimaginable chance that Christians are wrong about Jesus and eternal life, what have they lost? Nothing! They still have lived a good and moral life. But, if a person chooses to believe the lies of Satan, then what have they lost? Everything! As Jesus said: “What shall it profit a person if he shall gain the whole world, but lose their soul?”
I have much more to say on these as well as other topics, but my time is limited on this public computer. I do want my voice to be heard as I endeavor to become a motivational writer and speaker, and an apologist and evangelist for my Lord. I wish to help those who are living in darkness to see the light, esp. the poor and homeless. For more information about me, since I don’t have anything that I need to hide or lie about, see my website with my Social Networking links at http://mikeosborn.tripod.com.