Category: Ray Comfort

However, He more than just

  |  0 Comments

However, He more than just forgave me. He removed my sins (as you have so kindly pointed out) "as far as the East is from the West." What does that mean? How far is the east from the west? Picture the earth. If you were located at any point on the globe and began to travel in a northerly direction, eventually you would round the north pole and then be traveling south. Likewise, if you were located at any point on the globe and then began to travel in a southerly direction, eventually you would round the south pole and then be traveling north. However, the distance from the East to the West can’t be calculated. It is impossible to measure. You can travel in an easterly direction for a million miles and you will never find a point at which East and West touch. Mathematicians refer to the distance between East and West as "infinity." The two can never meet. "Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet, till earth and sky stand presently at God’s great Judgment Seat . . ." says poet Rudyard Kipling (italics added).

Ray Comfort

Click to Tweet

Website: raycomfortfood.blogspot.com/2008/09/whats-big-deal.html

Think of the ancient Aztecs.

  |  0 Comments

Think of the ancient Aztecs. They could see that they had angered their dozens of god (the evident suffering, disease, and death), so they would try and appease them with a "payment." They would take the most precious thing they had–a handsome youth, or a beautiful virgin, and they would sacrifice them on a bloody altar to try and make atonement. However, the Bible says that any sacrifice we make is an abomination to God (especially human sacrifice–God Himself stopped Abraham from sacrificing his son). Besides being a murderous act, human sacrifice offers a tainted sinful blood. It would be like me offering a judge drug money to pay your fine.

Ray Comfort

Click to Tweet

Website: raycomfortfood.blogspot.com/2008/09/absurdity-of-christianity.html

You could try and trivialize

  |  0 Comments

You could try and trivialize your sin, but before you do, think of this. If I lied to my dog, it wouldn’t be a big deal. If I was caught in a lie to my wife, I may have to spend the night on the couch. If I lied to my boss, I may lose my job. If I lied to a Supreme Court Judge, I will spend a long time in prison. Even though it’s the same crime, the penalty increases according to the importance of the one to whom I am lying.

Ray Comfort

Click to Tweet

Website: raycomfortfood.blogspot.com/2008/09/absurdity-of-christianity.html