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Wednesday Testimony - Ray Comfort

This testimony is absolutely amazing, ten out of ten die? This might be one of my favorite testimonies I’ve posted about so far. I hope you well all enjoy, friends!

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Repentance in Romans and Corinthians-Pt. 12

by Ronald Shea

See part 11 here

Somehow we see repentance either as a turning from sin, or a remorse, or sorrow regarding sin.  Or even a change of heart.   1,566 more words

GOOD NEWS-GOSPEL

Ray Comfort on Christian Perfection & Sinning Christians (Or Sinless Perfection & Sin In Believers)

QUICK QUESTION:

What do you think about this excerpt from an old Ray Comfort book, “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Righteousness”?

Personally, I think Ray Comfort’s friend makes more sense, that you can go a minute without sin and therefore you can go an hour, a day, a month, a year, and the rest of your life. 341 more words

The First Open Air Outreach Campus Tour | Jesse Morrell Street Preaching

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Cleaning out my office I found one of my first ministry newsletters!

This was from 2005.

This was from the FIRST official Open Air Outreach campus tour: 130 more words

Ray Comfort on Christian Perfection & Sinning Christians (Or Sinless Perfection & Sin In Believers)

QUICK QUESTION:

What do you think about this excerpt from an old Ray Comfort book, “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Righteousness”?

Personally, I think Ray Comfort’s friend makes more sense, that you can go a minute without sin and therefore you can go an hour, a day, a month, a year, and the rest of your life. 341 more words

• Dear Ray Comfort and David Barton: Depression is Not a Culture War Battle by Warren Throckmorton

Dear Ray Comfort and David Barton: Depression is Not a Culture War Battle by Warren Throckmorton

I myself just wrote a Part 1 and Part 2… 742 more words

• For Most, Jesus and the Gospels Are Not the Answer for Depression, Suicide, and Other Mental Health Maladies (Part 2)

For Most, Jesus and the Gospels Are Not the Answer for Depression, Suicide, and Other Mental Health Maladies (Part 2)

(Continued from Part 1) 2,749 more words