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Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve

So every good tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, you will know them by their fruits. Matt. 7:17-20


People have got to stop worshiping Satan, because Jesus will judge everyone according to their deeds when they stand before the throne of God. Rev. 20:12. A local church put on a play that I saw called "Eternity." It's about making choices, and how those choices in life determine where they're going when they die. But the tricky part is to be careful where we are going to spend eternity, because this world is going to end soon, but not quite yet. No one knows the day or the hours but the signs are all around for Jesus' return.

Jesus revealed to his last apostle John what was going to happen during the end of times. People believe that Satan is a good person but in reality he's not; he's the destroyer of faith. When a person believes his lies – when we allow Satan in our lives – it becomes a real problem. But the interesting part of our story is when we learn to say "no" to Satan, like Jesus did when he was tempted by lucifer with bread , fame and worship in the wilderness after being baptised by John the Baptist and filled with the Holy Spirit. Jesus stares at the devil and says "No , You will worship God and God only" as it is written! Jesus proved to the devil that our adversary was wrong 2,000 years ago. And when the devil lost the fight against Jesus he was cast down and will be in the pit of doom and suffering for all eternity.

Our plea is that people will turn to God through Jesus and escape the devils clutches, and stop being deluded into doing his will. Jesus has a much better life for you, and an excellent eternal life with Him in glory.
 

By Daniel Stewart, author.

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Put on the Full Armor of God

So every good tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, you will know them by their fruits. Matt. 7:17-20


Positive and negative actions and emotions.

The basic principles of Christianity teach us how we can control our actions and emotions. All of these emotions, both positive and negative, are taught about in the bible. We have to learn not to let bad things – the things that come our way – overcome us. Satan is a liar, and he comes to steal, kill and destroy. Don’t give in to the bad things, as it happened to me in the past. I was without a savior and I didn’t know how to control myself back then, either actions or emotions.  


But now, with the power to speak God’s Word, putting it into our hearts, we can learn to put on the full armor of God to stand up to the devil’s wicked plans. Jesus has a plan for all of us. He wants us to love each other, stand firm in the faith and obey His will. If we do these things God will bless us beyond measure.


By Daniel Stewart, author.

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Introduction

Hi, for any of you who don’t know me yet, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Daniel Patrick Stewart.

For those of you who may not know me from Nassau Boces CCA, Powered by Christ Church and Life’s WORCS Day Habilitation program, I am the author of the My God, My Shield novel series, teaching everyone about the message of Jesus Christ, who had been crucified and ascended into heaven for us, so that we can be saved.

Take some time to take a look at the scriptures. You can learn about many good things, in many different categories.

Here are examples:

James 5:16 - Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.

Matthew 6:14-15 -If you forgive others for their sins, Jesus will also forgive you of your sins.

 

 

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