An Appeal To The Erring Child of God by Leon Brashear

I want to encourage Christians who are no longer faithful to God to return before it is eternally too late.  Contrary to popular teaching the Word of God plainly states that a child of God can fall from grace. (I Cor. 10:12; Gal. 5:4; Heb. 3:13; 2 Pet. 2:20-22).  Someone has observed that in a given community there may be as many unfaithful Christians as there are faithful.  If you are one of those precious souls who, after having obeyed the gospel have fallen away please consider returning to God while there is still time. By remaining in an unfaithful condition you risk being lost for all eternity.  Also, consider the influence you are having on your family and friends.  While living apart from God you are in no position to encourage anyone to obey the gospel and live a Christian life. Your return to God requires repentance, confession of sin and prayer for forgiveness (Acts 17:30; 8:22). Why not return to God, confess the sin in your life and be restored (I Jn. 1:7-10)?

Leon

http://www.tftw2.org/Tracts/lawsofpardon.htm God’s Two Laws Of Pardon

http://mbriley.preachersfiles.com/2009/12/13/seven-red-flag-signals-of-possible-apostasy/

Times For Prayer by Leon Brashear

Times For Prayer

As New Testament Christians we have the privilege of prayer.  The early church “continued stedfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers” (Acts 2:42 emphasis L.B.). 

In the New Testament we find that Jesus was steadfast in his prayer life and the first century Christians prayed often (Luke 3:21; Mt. 14:23; Mk. 1:35; Acts 2:41-42; Acts 12:5; Rom. 12:12; Eph. 6:18).  Christians today should also be in the habit of regular prayer (1 Th. 5:17-18; Js. 5:16: Heb. 4:16).
We should all have set times for prayer and be ready at any time to pray. Continue reading “Times For Prayer by Leon Brashear”

To Which Church Were They Added? by Leon Brashear

Let’s pretend that we are living in the first century in Jerusalem.  We are watching the events of Acts 2 as they unfold.  This chapter details for us the beginning of the church. This is the church or kingdom that was prophesied (Is. 2:1-4; Dan. 2:44; Joel 2:28; Mt. 3:1-2)  It is the kingdom Christ promised to build (Mt. 16:16ff; Mk. 9:1). As Peter preached the first gospel sermon under the Christian Dispensation, those listening were “pricked in their hearts” by the preaching of Jesus Christ and Him crucified.  They “said unto Peter and the rest of the apostles, Men and brethren, what shall we do?” (Acts 2:37).  Peter answered, “Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.” (Acts 2:38).  Then verse 47 states, “And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved.”  Now, here is the question.  “To which church did the Lord add the saved?” Was it to the Roman Catholic Church or maybe one of the major Protestant Denominations?  Perhaps it was one of the hundreds of smaller groups that exist throughout America today.  Please consider that the Lord could not have added souls to these bodies!   None of these organizations existed in the first century!  These organizations came into existence hundreds of years after the events of Acts 2! There was only one church then and only one church now (Acts 2:47; Eph. 1:22-23; Eph. 4:4; there is one body and that body is the church).