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If you saw a blind man walking towards a cliff, what would you do?

 

You would warn him! Statistics tell us that 10 out of 10 people die at an average rate of 150,000 per day...and most don't know which day will be their last. Nobody likes to think about it, but an eternal cliff lies in all of our paths...a mortal precipice. So, the real question we should be asking ourselves is, "What can I do?" Have you considered eternity? What happens when you die? Perhaps you were taught what to believe or maybe you've come up with something of your own to believe in...something that makes you more comfortable with the thought of death...but does what you believe correspond with what is actually true? How can you know for sure? Watch the short video, "10 out of 10" below...

 

The Bible says that it's appointed for a person to die once, and then the judgment (Hebrews 9:27), and that it is a terrible thing to fall into the hands of the living God (Hebrews 10:31). No second chances. No do overs. No coming back as something else. Will being a good person be good enough on judgment day? If so, are you a good person? By what standard? Compared to whom? This next video will help you answer that question...

So, are you a good person?

Nothing, absolutely nothing, is more important than where you will spend eternity. Would you sell your eyes for a million dollars? Two million? Five million? Of course not. Your eyes are precious but they are only windows to your soul. How much more valuable is the person that looks out of them? Find out, click START to take the test...