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The Holy Bible Does Not Speak in Cliche's

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Jan 20, 2009 at 11:10

The Holy Bible speaks the Truth. Cliches are for religion-speak. Cliches will not get anyone to the Heaven Jesus Christ speaks of, nor does anything less than the faith in Him as spoken of in the Holy Bible.

Anyone who does not read the Holy Bible to understand the need for salvation in Jesus Christ actually does more spiritual harm to themselves than if never having read it, for having read it and not accepting its Truth, that of the necessity of accepting Jesus Christ as LORD and Savior, places that reader in the saddest place of all. Rejecting the love that is given freely at the expense of the redeeming blood of Jesus Christ is something that is truly heartbreaking.

Read the Holy Bible to understand the need for salvation in Jesus Christ and pray; ask for and accept His forgiveness for your sins and, while reading the Holy Bible, open your heart to let Him in. Otherwise, it is a further waste to spend time in the Holy Bible if you are not willing to see His love for you.

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