It is insanity and foolishness of the worst kind to live without Jesus Christ, the Savior
of sinners, because it is only through him that any of us can ever hope to be saved. Many who reject the gospel
message look on their rejection of Gods grace as an act of courage. They feel they neednt be afraid of death. They
feel they can face what happens at death, and thereafter, bravely.
Listen such courage
is not a virtue it is madness!
Christ rose from the grave! He was seen of many after his resurrection! He did miracles
through the Holy Spirit that should confirm the truth of his message to every rational soul. He spoke as no other man
ever did. He said all those who would believe on him would be saved, while all those who reject the gospel message
would be lost. It is not courage that flies in the face of all this, and rejects his message. It is madness and the
height of foolishness!
Before you fall from the height of this foolishness into the abyss of hell, stop, and get
out of the current that is pulling you over the brink. Stop, and take Christ as your Savior. Bend the heart and knee
to him in this life. He is supremely worthy of your trust as well as the trust of every other human being. He even now
waits to see what you will do with his invitation to be saved. He will save you the moment you trust in him and take
you out of all danger. The blood that was shed at Calvarys cross has the power to wash the vilest sinner clean and
make that person fit for heaven.
Only Kirk Jones survived the plunge over the falls. No one who ever has passed out of this world without the Savior
has ever escaped hell.
It is not courage to live without a saving faith in Jesus Christ but irrational. End such
rashness at once and come to the Savior. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved. (Acts 16.31)
Trust the Savior and that horrible burden of sin that would have eventually sunk you to hell will be washed away. How
glad you will be to get rid of it. And your gladness will increase a thousand-fold when in a future moment you get to
heaven and see the Lord Jesus Christ, not as a Judge on the Great White Throne from whom heaven and earth would flee
away, but as the one who in love for your soul gave himself to die at Calvarys cross so that he could forgive you of
your sins. Yea, trust him!