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No! I am NOT a preacher!

But do I love God and Jesus?

That is a question only they can answer truthfully. "The heart is treacherous (deceitful), who can know it?" (Jeremiah 17:9) I am always taken aback by anyone with a "gooey" love for our Creator and his Only Son (Hebrews 11:1), i.e., those who throw Jesus at people like a spitball. They appear naive, uninformed, uneducated, or just plain ignorant of reality.

Jesus is NOT a baby in a manger, not a hippie with long hair and tats, but the King of God's Kingdom. Although gentle and generous toward humanity, Jesus Christ is the mighty warrior that will overthrow Satan and wickedness; the ONLY mediator between men and God, His Father.

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Being introduced to life in a godless manner, immoral behavior and sexual deviance permeate my earliest memories. As I progressed toward finding my spiritual self, I realized that my deviance made me anything but a friend of God or a follower of his Son, Jesus Christ. My only real introduction to religion was the plethora of churches around and near my home. The synagogue across the street, the Baptist church a block beyond, and the Greek Orthodox and Methodist churches further down. These were where, as a pre-teen youth, my search for God began. After enlisting in the U.S. Navy at age seventeen, my search for God led me to be baptized into the Church of Christ. From that time on, every Sunday was a new experience of guilt and self-flagellation.  Then, in 1974, suffering from PTSD, the Navy discharged me. Desperation for God's help led me to Jehovah's Witnesses, by whom, on November 16, 1975, I again was baptized. It took fifty years of listening to and observing all of these "good Christians" to understand that I was ultimately duped by what the world refers to as Christianity.  


James Eichenlaub

"God did this so that they would seek him and perhaps reach out for him and find him, though he is not far from any one of us."  (Acts 17:27

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