I so cherish this truth. The words in blue were written by Matthew Henry a Puritan Preacher many years ago.

“John 10:1 that “he who entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber?” In the 9th verse, Christ tells us that He is the Door, and that if any man enters in by Him, he shall be saved by Him, i.e., by faith in Him, says (Matthew) Henry. Hence we read of a “door of faith” being opened to the Gentiles (Acts 14:22).

Man can not climb up by any other means as there is ONLY ONE WAY and ONE DOOR my friends.

False shepherds are misapplying the Word through ignorance or anger. They often strengthen the hands of the wicked by promising him life. They comfort people before they convince them, sow before they plow, and are busy in raising a fabric before they lay a foundation. These foolish builders do but strengthen men’s carnal security by their soft, selfish, cowardly discourses. They do not have the courage or honesty to thrust the nail of terror into sleeping souls.

The false promise of life for “all” regardless if you are saved by Christ or not is a lie and goes completely against the HOLY WORD of GOD.

It takes a BOLD man to preach TRUTH vs. just pure comfort messages. REPENT was a word spoken out of the very mouth of Jesus’ while HE was walking on earth in ministry.

Jesus didn’t just come to perform miracles and heal the sick (physically.)
Jesus came to preach the GOSPEL message of SALVATION and heal the sick “SPIRITUALLY” through HIS DEATH on the cross as that is something ETERNAL, not just temporary!

I am so thankful for my true salvation and my Eternal Savior!


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