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Bring It On-Line: - April 26, 2017

IF YOU BELIEVE THAT JESUS IS THE SON OF GOD AND HAVE ACCEPTED HIM BUT TURNED AWAY, WILL HE TAKE YOU BACK? IS IT BIBLICALLY SOUND TO BE AN ORGAN DONOR? Read Transcript


Question real fast.

We're running out of time.

All right.

Here we go.

Felicia says, I came to the Lord at the age of five.

I did not cultivate my spiritual life as I should

and now I've had several failed marriages and relationships.

I struggle with past divorces and accepting God's grace

and mercy.

I hear of all these people finding Jesus

after they have lived a life of sin

but I lived my life after finding Him-- in sin.

If you believe that Jesus is the Son of God

and have accepted Him but turned away, will He take you back?

The Bible says if somebody commits apostasy--

condemns and counts the blood of Christ an unholy thing,

that it's hard to renew them to repentance.

But you've got a problem in your life.

It isn't just being forgiven.

All those divorces and all those marriages--

there's something about you that says you can't get along

with people.

You must be self-willed and you want to have your own way

and you want to do it your way.

You know that song, "I Did It My Way?"

Well, that's what you want.

You want everything your way and you've

busted up some marriages.

Will God forgive you?

Of course he will.

Can you come back?

Of course you can.

It's time you asked God to open your heart and show you

what's going on.

You've got a problem and you need to get it fixed

but you ask the question-- the answer is yes, God

will take you back.

And one more quick question.

One more.

Jesse writes in-- is it Biblically

sound to be an organ donor?

I think that is a very loving act.

I mean, these bodies of ours are going to turn to dust

and who needs them?

Once our spirit leaves, I mean, they're

just an old, empty shell.

So if you got an extra kidney that is still usable --

somebody else can get some use out of it or your lungs

or whatever, by all means, do it.

I think that's an act of love.

I don't think there's anything sinful about it.

But nevertheless, there's going to be a Resurrection

and God will give us new bodies and it'll be all right.

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