I saw this on a church sign

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  1. Salty

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    Currently our church sign reads, "How will you stand before God: made an enemy of God by your sin, or a child of God by Christ's blood?"

    Sometimes I'll put a Bible verse, sometimes I'll put the one above, sometimes I'll put something like:

    "I don't know what kind of sinner you are, but I know what a Savior Christ is. He will forgive you and cleanse your sins if you repent and ask Him to save you." (Brevity is not my strong point.)

    or "Man doesn't need to ask Jesus into his heart. Man needs Jesus to give him a new heart."

    or "If you need somebody to save a ball game, call Brad Lidge. If you need someone to save you, call out to Jesus!"

    or, if it's July, "How can we ask God to bless America if America won't bless God?"
     
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    I once had a sign that read: Local sinner exposed Sunday Night at 7.

    Church was packed that night!

    Cheers,

    Jim
     
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    >THE OPPOSITE OF POOR IS NOT RICH
    IT'S ENOUGH!

    OK, but at one time kerosene lights and outdoor facilities were enough. I suspect in some areas people who first electrified their house were accused of putting on airs.
     
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    No! But they got a lot of company.

    Cheers,

    Jim
     

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