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Christian Fellowship WELCOME HOUSE

A different way of doing “church”

https://sites.google.com/site/casawelcome2013

We were talking about how it has become the fashion when writing a fictitious book to create alternative endings to the story.  If you as the reader are not happy with the way the author ends the story then you can change it to one of the alternative endings that better pleases you.

How would that work in the real world? Our lives are full of choices and wouldn’t it be wonderful if every time we made a mistake and took the wrong road in life, we could decide to go with an alternative ending. Life’s not like that and there are times when we all need help.

Proverbs 3:5, says “Trust in the Lord and lean not on your own understanding.”

Am I glad that as a Christian I am able to do just that, ‘trust in the Lord’.  The older I get, the more difficult I find it when faced with various alternatives to make a choice. Even deciding on which bag of crisps to buy is a journey in itself it seems. This I am certain of though, at the end of life, for me there is no alternative; it’s either heaven or hell.  Why would anyone choose the latter when one can have eternity with Jesus?

What would have happened if alternative endings had been written into Jesus’ death on the cross? Where would we be today?

When Christ died on the cross, He took all of our sins upon Himself.  In other words, He experienced what hell was like, just so that we could have eternal life being filled with God’s love and forgiveness. We don’t have to do anything except acknowledge what He did for us and accept Him as our Saviour.

What could be more simple?

Why would you want to take the risk of losing such love in exchange for eternity in hell?

If you would like to contact us regarding anything we have publicised or may be planning in the future, or just for a chat, our contact details are:

lynda.spain@hotmail.co.uk

derek.tycymru@talktalk.net

Tel 633 447 937

Welcome House can be found at 3A Campillio y Suertes, Cehegin.

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