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യഥാർത്ഥ ദ്വിജൻ

രക്ഷയും സർട്ടിഫിക്കറ്റും

അദ്‌ഭുത പ്രകാശത്തിലേക്ക്

മഹാഭാഗ്യം I

മഹാഭാഗ്യം II

ഭൂരിപക്ഷവും ന്യുനപക്ഷവും

പത്രോസിന്റെ സിംഹാസനം




പരിശുദ്ധാത്മ സ്നാനവും കൃപാവരങ്ങളും

ചന്ദ്രനിലെ 'മുയൽ'

അസത്യ സംമാർജിനി

യുക്തിവാദം ഒരു പരിശോധന

മൂന്ന് അത്യാപത്തുകൾ

സുരക്ഷിത ഡ്രൈവിങ്‌സ്



When one takes the telephone and dial certain numbers, sometimes the words that greet one�s ears are, � You are in the queue, please wait.� This makes one think that there are two kinds of queues, one visible and the other invisible. When one stands in a queue at the Railway Station, one has his place in a clearly visible queue; but when one stands in the telephone�s queue, one cannot see who stands in front of him or who stands behind him; but it is a queue as real as the one at the Railway Station. The reality of the invisible queue before the telephone makes us think of another invisible queue in which all who have lived in this world have stood; it is the queue before death; every man born in this world has had his place in this queue, no matter whether he is great or small, rich or poor. Mighty emperors like Nebuchadnezzar and Augustus Caesar and great conquerors like Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar�all have had their rightful places in this great march of humanity; they all were born in this world, given their respective positions in this grand procession and they moved forward, doing their deeds of valour, perhaps unaware all the while that they were proceeding along with millions of others, in this great queue before Death. This is the only queue in which one�s wait usually ends rather with dismay than joy. But it is to be noted that there have been quite a few who on finding the end of their wait in this queue felt great relief and joy. It is in the Bible and in the world of Christianity that we come across this unique class of people.

It is a historical fact that it was the courage and calmness displayed by Christians who suffered great persecutions in the Roman Empire in the first three centuries that made Emperor Constantine feel a great attraction toward Christianity and was thus led to accept the Christian faith. The great hope and assurance about what happens after death to a person who has accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour is summed up in the verses: �There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus� [Rom: 8: 1], �Truly, truly, I say to you, he who hears My word, and believes Him who sent Me, has eternal life, and does not come into judgment, but has passed out of death into life� [John 5: 24]. The Word of God declares that those who put their trust in Jesus Christ have eternal life. It is with the assurance of having already received eternal life that these people stand in the large, invisible queue leading to the threshold of death. Now, my dear friend, you and I have our respective positions in this great invisible queue stretching across continents, countries, provinces, towns and villages and extending over the whole world. Being one who have trusted Jesus Christ and having been saved from the eternal punishment for my sins, let me put this question to you: Have you personally accepted Jesus Christ Who came into this world, died on the cross for your sins and rose from the dead on the third day, as your Lord and Saviour and received forgiveness of sins and eternal life? If you have not, please examine this question further by reading the booklet �Salvation the Gift of God� in the website: and let yourself be blessed by your Heavenly Father Who loves you and cares for you. I hope you have welcomed this message and you will be glad to forward this to others.

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