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  1. Practice What You Preach, You're Not Fooling Anyone ;) says:

    It’s so interesting that I just read a comment remarking on the politeness and manners of students at one college as opposed to the rudeness of the other, yet in every single encounter with someone promoting this site I have been met with nothing but irrefutable hatred.

    • preach@luke24vs47.com says:

      Greetings. Thanks for taking the time to comment. Honestly, I don’t understand. I would like to approve it, but I am hoping you might clarify. Apparently you read a comment describing polite students at a campus and impolite students at another. And there is another issue with the promoting of the site.
      I am a Christian, saved by Jesus Christ through saving faith that He gave me by His grace. He is named Jesus because He saves His people from their sins. He sends believers out to tell others whom it is; that can save them from their sins, how they can receive remission for their sins, and how they can be set free from the power of sin. This is called the great commission. And the mission is to take this message to non-Christians in love and prayer and have faith that since the Gospel is the power of God unto salvation, that those whom Jesus died for would be drawn to Him by the Holy Spirit, and that by the mercy of God; their heart would be opened to the truth. Whether the hearers are polite or rude does not change the message or the demeanor with which it is conveyed. I would appreciate it if you could take a few minutes and help me understand your position. Is it the message or the manner in which the message is conveyed that you are concerned about. The message is perfect. The preachers are not perfect, but we pray before we start and afterwards we pray and hopefully learn each day.
      Thanks again for commenting,

  2. Claire says:

    Hello from a JMU student. I still haven’t forgotten about your visit to my campus in previous years. This message is an encouragement to keep on ministering to the college population; they need the Lord! Both for salvation and to rescue their lives from the path if destruction.

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