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FIRST – To clearly share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, how our sins are forgiven and the gift of eternal life is given and receivedTo accomplish this  I have written scriptural works and provided articles and addresses from Christian Ministries that I have found helpful in my walk with Christ.

SECOND – As a former Catholic, is to clearly present The Roman Catholic Gospel from their own teachings on how forgiveness of sin and eternal life is achieved.

My Hope then is that a Clear Accurate Comparison between the two Gospels can and will be made so that an informed decision may be freely chosen. Please choose Jesus.

THIRDI hope that my fellow Christians will see and understand the need to reach Catholics with the True Gospel. How they and all mankind may receive Jesus’ by faith. Applying His once for all sacrifice (cross) and His victory over sin and death (resurrection) as the full payment and full victory over sin and death for each repentant sinner.

The Website’s Purpose is to share the Gospel daily as:

A “Message For All Seasons” as shared in Our Daily Bread Devotional by Joanie Yoder:

When compared with flowers “… Eugene Harrison describes the Evangelistic efforts of New Testament believers as ‘perennial’ in nature. They didn’t pour all their energies into once-a-year evangelistic efforts. Instead… sharing the good news of Christ was ‘the supreme concern of every believer, every day in the year, in every place.’ In Acts 5:24 and 8:4, the scope of their witness is clear: They shared Christ and the gospel in the temple, in their homes, and in the marketplace, using the Spirit-given methods of preaching, teaching, and personal testimony. Jesus taught that the season for spiritual harvest is always today (John 4:35). And the apostle Paul said that ‘now is the day of salvation’ (2 Corinthians 6:2) … The fields are white today.”

Jesus:  John. 4:35  “… lift up your eyes …they are white for harvest.”

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"For His compassions never fail, They are new every morning."

(Lamentations 3:22,23)

"For His anger lasts only a moment, but His favor lasts a lifetime; weeping may remain for a night, but rejoicing comes in the morning"

(Psalm 30:5)