Hello Dahling! Are you afraid to die?
I’ll be 56 years old next month, and since I was 38 years old I’ve been ready to die. I don’t want to die. I’m not going to commit suicide, I’m not suicidal, I’m not any of those things. But I read those things on the internet in the morning and they go, “Thank God you have another day,” and I’m like, “Really?” The alternative of what the Bible tells us heaven is, why are we thanking God for another day here? Take me home. Right? My job here on earth is to bring you home to Jesus. That’s my job.
God said, “I will be bringing the masses home to Jesus. My light will shine to bring people home by the masses.” I don’t know what that means, but here we are.
So, again, are you afraid to die? I’m not afraid to die. Take me, Lord. Take me. What are you scared of? That’s a real question. It’s not rhetorical. If you’re scared, yeah, maybe we don’t want to leave our grandkids, maybe you don’t want to leave our children, our dog, whatever. But at the end of the day, your heart should be right that you know you’re going to go to heaven. And if you don’t know how to get to heaven, you say, “Jesus, I believe in you. Please forgive me of my sins. Take my sins.” Jesus then washes you clean. And now you get to go to heaven. And you have to declare that Jesus is the only way in.
That’s my job is to get you there. I’m so excited.
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Have a good day.