Will Jesus Sling Little Children Into Hell For Celebrating Halloween?


Quite frankly, the answer is, absolutely yes! The Bible teaches us that Jesus Christ is very choosy when it comes to picking people to live with Him for eternity. Why else would He refer to His followers as the chosen people if He wasn’t choosy? The fact that He initially chose the Jews, who, out of all the folks on the planet, were the ones who winded up killing Him, only underscores that the Lord has learned the hard way that it pays to be even more selective in picking folks to be nice to! In fact, the Bible teaches us that Jesus and His daddy (Poppa God) are so darn picky that they are going to send anyone who isn’t a Truly Saved® Christian, straight to Hell. That includes every single Buddhist, Muslim, Murderer, Jew, Fornicator, Mary Worshipper, Child Molester, Hindu, Effeminate Person, Wiccan, and Idolater. To God, it doesn’t matter how much blood you get on you when you reject His Word; if you don’t flatter Him, your flesh is going to burn, my friend. You know, we have an expression we use here in Iowa to describe unsaved and foreign folks. We call them “trash that will not burn.” Well, while I find myself using that colorful expression often, usually in sermons, it is not really accurate. Because those people who reject the Word are trash that WILL burn – burn in Hell! And the lake of fire will probably have more of those buck-toothed Chinese people in it than anyone else, since there are more of them on the planet, and most of them can’t put down their rice bowls long enough to even stop to hear about the Lord Jesus.


Elephants pass mirror test of self-awareness

elephant.jpgElephants have been found to recognise themselves in a mirror, putting them in an exclusive club of self-awareness whose other members are great apes (including humans) and bottlenose dolphins.

“The social complexity of the elephant, its well-known altruistic behaviour and, of course, its huge brain, made the elephant a logical candidate species for testing in front of a mirror,” said Joshua Plotnik, a psychologist at Emory University in Atlanta, who led a team whose study was published yesterday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.