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A Life-and-Death Plea

All life and death starts and ends at the foot of the cross, as we are crucified with Jesus Christ and brought to new life in Him.

It is all your choice to live eternally in Peace and Love in the place that God has prepared for you


to spend eternity in eternal death and torment.

Today is the time to choose.  You have your destiny of afterlife in your hands.  Choose Life with Christ Jesus in Heaven! Don’t throw your life away in hell and torment!


Written by Jack Reed Palmer, Copyright © 2-10-15. All Rights Reserved.
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My Heart

God holds my heart in His hand.  He then asks me what I want Him to do.  He gives me two choices – eternal life or eternal death.  He gives me the choice, but I must choose!

One I can choose will let me live my life as I choose, doing the same things I have always done – I take care of me.

The other choice is “I give up self” and turn my life over to Him, He will guide my life, and take me through life as He wishes me to go.  It will not always be smooth; there are hard times and, at times, trials that will test me to my limit.

But He promises to be by me through it all.  One way leads to eternal death, the other way to eternal life.


The choice is yours. Choose Jesus and the cross, and be with Him forever.

Written by Jack Palmer, Copyright © 2-5-14. All Rights Reserved.
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A Sack of Coal

(Mother’s Day)

As you go through life and give of your time, money, or labor for good and worthy causes, you add a lump of coal to your sack of life.

The poor widow you gave a sack of food to, the visiting Missionary you send money to, or the kindness you give to a dying friend.  Each was another lump.  So at the end of life, some people have a full sack and some have only a few lumps in their sack.

You carry your sack up to Heaven to stand before God in all His Glory.

On earth you have accepted the Lord as your Savior and have been cleansed by His Blood, or maybe you have gone through life thinking that all you had to do was be a good, charitable person to make it into Heaven.

God in His wisdom will place your sack of coal in a high-pressure furnace to be pressed and heated in the fire. He will then open up the fiery furnace and take out your sack of coal and look at what you have done for Him in your lifetime on earth.

Because all that heat and pressure has burned all the slag and dross from the coal and what is left is a pure diamond, some will have many and some just a few.  These will be put into your crown in Glory.

What you have given here on earth, you have sent on to Heaven; and if you are washed in His blood, you will enter into a Heaven you cannot imagine here on earth.

On the other hand, if you are not washed in His Precious blood, your sack of coal, no matter how good, will all be totally consumed by the flames of God’s furnace.  You will then be cast into outer darkness for eternity.

If you are saved and washed in the Blood of Jesus, you can take riches with you but only if you give them away.

Every good thing done in the Name of Jesus can be a jewel in your crown – a soul led to Jesus or money sent to a Missionary or anything that leads a soul to being saved.  No matter how large or small, the gift – whether it be of time, labor, or money – can be a diamond in your crown.

So, what does your sack contain?  Just a lump of coal or a diamond in the rough?

Written by Jack Palmer, Copyright © 5-12-2002. All Rights Reserved.
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