For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.
~ I Corinthians 1:18 ~



This devotional touches my heart more deeply than any other devotional I have ever posted. Hallelujah for the cross...the cross of my Saviour....

The cross is not a popular topic, though it is a popular religious icon. I do not worship the cross. I worship the Son of God, Whose death on Calvary's cross takes away my sin! Hallelujah! but folks don't want to talk about sin, at least, not their own *_*

God's Word tells us that 'all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.' There is none that is righteous, no, not one. So that makes me, you, and every man, woman, and child a sinner by nature. Some are "good" sinners. Some are "bad" sinners. But all have sinned.

The cross is a measure of God's love. 'For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son....' But the cross is a measure of God's hatred...of sin. The sinless blood of the Lamb of God is what takes away the sin of the world...nothing else. Not our own blood...our own sacrifice or physical death. Only in Jesus' blood can our sins be cleansed. But that is not a popular subject, even among suppposed religious sects today. We want to earn our salvation, either through doing good deeds or through religious acts (baptism, joining a church). But if there was any other way to be saved, why did God the Father give His Son? Why did God the Son give His life? There is no other way but 'the way, the truth, and the life', JESUS!

For this devotional, I am sharing a hymn, then a sermon that I include in one of my books (Our Refuge). This is why I love the cross...I love the Lamb for sinners slain!

Again...
For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.
~ I Corinthians 1:18 ~



Glory to His Name!


Words: Elisha A. Hoffman ~*~ Music: John H. Stockton

Down at the cross where my Savior died,
Down where for cleansing from sin I cried,
There to my heart was the blood applied;
Glory to His Name!



I am so wondrously saved from sin,
Jesus so sweetly abides within;
There at the cross where He took me in;
Glory to His Name!



Oh, precious fountain that saves from sin,
I am so glad I have entered in;
There Jesus saves me and keeps me clean;
Glory to His Name!



Come to this fountain so rich and sweet,
Cast thy poor soul at the Savior's feet;
Plunge in today, and be made complete;
Glory to His Name!



Refrain:
Glory to His Name, glory to His Name:
There to my heart was the blood applied;
Glory to His Name!



The Repentant Malefactor


Sermon preached by Pastor Samuel Crosby,
Coastal Baptist Church, Saint Mary's, GA,
Sunday, May 2nd, 2004



       "Tonight, I want to share with you from Scripture a portion of the greatest true love story ever recorded in history. Turn with me in your Bibles to the Gospel of Luke, chapter twenty-three.

       "Let's begin in verse thirty-two."
       32 And there were also two other, malefactors, led with him to be put to death.
       33 And when they were come to the place, which is called Calvary, there they crucified him, and the malefactors, one on the right hand, and the other on the left.
       34 Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. And they parted his raiment, and cast lots.
       35 And the people stood beholding. And the rulers also with them derided him, saying, He saved others; let him save himself, if he be Christ, the chosen of God.
       36 And the soldiers also mocked him, coming to him, and offering him vinegar,
       37 And saying, If thou be the king of the Jews, save thyself.
       38 And a superscription also was written over him in letters of Greek, and Latin, and Hebrew, THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS.
       39 And one of the malefactors which were hanged railed on him, saying, If thou be Christ, save thyself and us.
       40 But the other answering rebuked him, saying, Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation?
       41 And we indeed justly; for we receive the due reward of our deeds: but this man hath done nothing amiss.
       42 And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.
       43 And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with me in paradise.


       "Now let's pray together. Our Father, this evening we thank You for Jesus Christ. We thank You for His precious blood that was shed for our sins. And I pray, Holy Ghost, this evening that You'll do a work here. Help us, LORD. Thou knowest the needs of Thy preacher and Thy people.

       "I pray, LORD, today that You?ll overshadow me. May Christ be seen. I pray, Holy Ghost, You'll take the Word of God home to hearts today, that It might prick the hearts of those who need to hear. And, LORD, may they respond as You deem fit. And, God, we'll praise You and thank You in Jesus' name, amen.


       "In this passage of Scripture, we see several things. We see the two sinners being crucified with Christ. But the main thing I see here is a request for salvation. This thief over in the book of Luke asked the Lord something. In verse thirty-two he asks, "Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom."

       "Now you've got to get the picture. The Lord Jesus is hanging on the cross with a criminal on a cross on either side of Him. There's one on one side and one on the other. They were both malefactors--they were wicked sinners. And as they hung on crosses at Calvary, the Lord Jesus being in the center, both of these sinners railed on Jesus Christ. They cast accusations in His teeth. They mocked Him. They made fun of Him.

       "But after a while, one of these thieves saw something that the other thief did not see. One of the thieves saw that this man was indeed unjustly judged--that He was not on the cross because of His own guilt. He recognized Jesus Christ for Who He was: the Lord of Heaven. And he cried out to Him and said, "Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom."

       "I want to look at this request a little bit this evening, and I want to look at the Lord's reply to this. In death, Jesus was not alone. There was a sinner, a transgressor on either side of Him. It was prophesied in Isaiah fifty-three, verse twelve. It says there, 'He hath poured out his soul unto death: and he was numbered with the transgressors; and he bare the sin of many, and made intercession for the transgressors.'

       "He made intercession for both of these men. The one spurned the goodness of God, turned Heaven down, and died and went to Hell. Now you've got to remember that the Bible says, 'He bare the sin of many, and made intercession for the transgressors.' Plural. Jesus Christ made intercession for both of these men. But one of them would not have anything to do with God, would not have anything to do with Christ, and turned down the offer of Heaven! He died in his sins and went to Hell. That was his choice.

       "The Bible says that Jesus came into the world to save sinners--Matthew one and verse twenty-one. The angel of the LORD is talking to Joseph about Mary. 'And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins.'

       "Luke chapter nineteen and verse ten, Jesus Himself said, 'For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.'

       "First Timothy one-fifteen, 'This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.' Could there be anything plainer than that, beloved?

       "The Holy Ghost testified in the Gospel according to Matthew. The Holy Ghost did not leave it up to Mary and Joseph to name this new Son. He said, 'I'm going to give you a name for Him. You're going to call Him JESUS, for He shall save His people from their sins.'

       "Jesus again testified of His own self in Luke chapter nineteen and verse ten. He said, 'I have come to seek and to save that which was lost.'

       "And again, Paul said, 'Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.' Let there be no mistake. Jesus Christ came to save sinners! He did not come just because He wanted a break from Heaven for a while. He came to save sinners! Did He heal the sick? Did He raise the dead? Did He cure the blind? the lame? He did all these wonderful things. That is true. But that is not why He came! He came to save sinners!

       "Christ lived a sinless life for one reason, so that He could save sinners! He went to Calvary and died for one purpose and one purpose alone. I know He died to glorify His Father, but He died so that He could save sinners. That's why He came. That's why He lived. That's why He died--to save sinners.

       "Now get that in your head this evening. Christ came to save sinners. We find Him dying on Calvary here in this account. We see our Lord doing His gracious work of saving an individual sinner, even while He is in the very act of dying for the sins of the whole world.

       "In this account there are several things that draw my attention and may draw yours. First of all, it tells of the salvation of a bad man...a man like you and me. That always draws my attention: that He would save a bad man.

       "The Bible says in Romans chapter three and verse twenty-three, 'For all have sinned....' You see, you and I are in that category. Christ came to save a bad man. The Bible says in Isaiah fifty-three, verse six, 'All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned every one to his own way; and the LORD hath laid on him the iniquity of us all.'

       "Isaiah 64:6, Sister Lori's favorite verse, 'But we are all as an unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses are as filthy rags....'

       "So this account tells about God saving a bad sinner like you and me. This man had broken the law. He was condemned. He was dying in punishment for that sin, but God had mercy. Therefore, there is hope for the worst among us.

       "Aren't you glad that God can and will save the worst? There's hope! No matter what people have done, no matter how low down in sin they've sunk, yet there's hope for the worst.

       "This man was condemned! He was judged and condemned and dying, and yet the Lord Jesus saved him. That fact always gives me hope for all sinners.

       "I was talking the other day to one of our church members. He said he thought his father's conscience was seared, because this father wouldn't spend any time in this Christian man's home. This unsaved father will spend multiplied amounts of time with unsaved family members, however. I told our brother that I didn't believe his father's conscience was seared. If his conscience was seared, he could stay around godly folk and it wouldn't bother him. As long as it bothers him, that's good news! As long as you've got breath and God hasn't turned you over to a reprobate mind, there is hope for you that you can be saved!

       "So this passage of Scripture tells me about a bad man being saved. Then it tells me about a man being saved at the last moment. As long as there's life, there's hope; but don't presume on the Lord! Remember, the other thief died in his sin. Don't presume.

       "You've heard of deathbed professions, people dying slowly and turning to God in that crucial crisis moment? Well some of those are real! I'm sure not all of them are, but some of them are. Some call on God in a moment of crisis, 'matter of fact, I think most decisions for God come when we come to an end of ourselves. We have to see that need before we'll call for help, amen? Thank God for the hard times, because those hard times are God's way of trying to get your attention, that you might turn to Him.

       "So there's a bad man saved at the last moment. And then the third thing here that draws my attention is that salvation came so quickly, so simply, and so definitely. This man first reviled the Lord Jesus Christ; but then he repented and asked for mercy, and God saved him! Quickly, simply.

       "Somebody said, 'Brother, is it hard to be saved?? Well, no. I don't think it is. I think it's easy if you'll just come. The hard part is getting people to come to Christ. If you'll come believing, I guarantee you, He'll save you! Amen!

       "Well, let's break this down. I've just got two points here, so you know when I get to the second one I'm at least about halfway done.

       "First of all, let's look again at the man's prayer. Look over at verse forty-two. 'And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.'

       "I'd like to dissect that prayer and say a couple of things about it. Number one, I believe this man's prayer showed that he believed in life after death. It doesn't speak of 'annihilation' here. That leaves some false religions out. He knew and he believed in life after death.

       "You may say, 'Brother Crosby, I don't believe in life after death.' Well, you're going to really be surprised one day. I mean you're going to get a really shocking surprise, because there is conscious life after this life. Oh, that's one of the most glorious things about Christianity to me; it's that, thank God, this is not all there is!

       "You know, you look around sometimes at the rich and famous. You see them living in their big homes and enjoying their big yachts and fancy parties. Well, folks, listen: the things they value most down here--gold, so pure it's clear--that's what they use for pavement in Heaven!

       "There is life after death. This man believed that there was. Not only that, but this prayer shows that he recognized Jesus as Lord. This can only come by spiritual revelation. Evidently, he saw the glory of God in the face of the crucified Christ.

       "The Bible says in II Corinthians 4:6, 'For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.'

       "That's a lot of fancy terminology there that may confuse rather than clarify. Let me make it really simple for all of us. This man was on the cross and was dying. I don't know if he was on the right hand or on the left hand, but the crosses were so situated that he could look over and see Christ. Somehow during that time of reviling him, the Spirit of God came and spoke to his heart, showing him that Jesus Christ is Lord. He cried out and said, 'Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.' God revealed that to him!

       "May I say this, I believe anybody and everybody could come and be saved if they'd turn from their sin and believe in Jesus Christ. But I also know that the Holy Spirit of God has to reveal Himself to us.

       "Remember what Peter said in Matthew chapter sixteen? Peter said, 'Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God.' and Jesus said, 'Flesh and blood hath not revealed this unto thee, but my Father has revealed it unto you.'

       "So you see, somehow God the Holy Ghost came. Can you imagine hearing the words of the Lord Jesus Christ as He hung on Calvary? He said, 'Father, forgive them....' Can you imagine hearing Him say that next to you? Those words must have sunk down in that thief's heart, and he must have thought, 'What kind of man is this, that can pray, "Father, forgive them" when they're crucifying Him?' And God the Holy Ghost started working on that boy's heart.

       "Finally, he turned to that other thief and said, 'Listen, we don't need to revile this man again! You and I deserve what we're getting, but this man's done nothing amiss. And he turned to Jesus and said, 'Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.'

       "Thank God, he saw the Lord! He opened his heart to Him. And then thirdly his prayer showed that he believed Christ had the power to save, and he asked Him to do it.

       "Now look here. I've heard folks say, 'Brother Crosby, I don't know how to pray.' Look at the prayer of this thief. 'Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.' Now it wasn't a real hard prayer, was it? 'Lord, remember me....' Couldn't you pray that? Couldn't you pray, 'Lord, remember me? Lord, I'm a sinner. Lord, I'm dying in my sin! Lord...remember me. Lord, forgive me. Have mercy, Lord.' How hard is that?

       "Romans 10:13 says, 'For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.' I've heard people say, 'Well, Preacher, I'm afraid if I call He wouldn't save me.' Would you dare to call God a liar? Did God not say if you call, He'd save you? Surely He'll do what He said! He said, 'Call on Me.'

       "The old songwriter wrote these words, 'The dying thief rejoiced to see that fountain in his day; and there may I, though vile as he, wash all my sins away!' 'There is a fountain filled with blood drawn from Immanuel's veins, and sinners plunged beneath that flood lose all their guilty stains!'

       "Thank God, he was hanging on a cross, he'd been judged, he was condemned, he was dying! Yet he cried out, 'Lord, remember me,' and showed that he had faith to believe that Jesus Christ would save him when he called to Him.

       "Oh, my friend.... Someone said, 'How much faith does it take to be saved?' It takes enough to call. It takes enough to call on Him. Will you call? Will you ask Jesus to remember you?

       "The dying thief's prayer revealed that he didn't believe that this life was all there was to it. He believed in life after death. He believed that Jesus Christ was Lord, and he called on Him. That's what it takes to be saved. Are you listening to me? To believe that Christ is Lord and to call on Him.

       "You may say, 'Well, I believe,' but you won't call. That won't get you to Heaven. You've got to call. You must call out to Him.

       "And then let's look at the second part. We've looked at the thief's prayer. Now let's look at the Lord's answer. There are three things here.

       "First of all, Jesus said, 'Thou shalt be...in paradise.' Why do I say it like that, emphasizing those first three words? There's no room for doubt here.

       "Friend, when you leave this world, you lift up your eyes in one of two places. You're either in Heaven or Hell. There is no in between, where we can be 'purged' of our sins after death through our own punishment or through someone else praying or sacrificing or buying our way out. That isn't taught in the Bible. The only place the word 'purged' is used in the Bible is in the book of Hebrews, chapter one and verse three. It's talking about the Lord Jesus Christ. 'Who being the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person, and upholding all things by the word of his power, when he had by himself purged,' there's the only time it's used in the Bible, 'purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high:'.

       "Friend, when you leave this world, you are either in Heaven or Hell. There is no intermediate stage. The Bible says the rich man lifted up his eyes in Hell, being in torment. When you leave this life, you either go to Heaven or to Hell.

       "'Well, Preacher, is it that straightforward?' Yes, sir, it's that straightforward. When you close your eyes in death here, you'll open your eyes in eternity. You'll either be in Heaven or Hell. There's no second chance after death.

       "Now you listen to me. You may be thinking, 'But if I go to purgatory and my sins are purged?' You cannot purge your sins. If you stayed in Hell for all eternity, you could never pay for your own sins.

       "You can sit and philosophize and rationalize, but when you leave this life, you lift up your eyes in either Heaven or Hell. Jesus was saying, 'Today thou shalt be with Me in Paradise! You're not going to some halfway house, you're going to be with Me in Paradise!'

       "The second part of Christ's answer is, 'thou shalt be with me'! Hallelujah, there's Heaven! Brother, I'm going to tell you, he met the Lord Jesus Christ, and that day he was with Him!

       "Someone says, 'What's Heaven look like?' I can read in the book of Revelation about all the glories of that New Jerusalem, but, my friend, let me tell you where Heaven is: Heaven is wherever the Lord Jesus Christ is! Hallelujah, not just Heaven, but Heaven with the Lord! That's what makes it 'Heaven'.

       "If you've been saved, you know what I'm talking about tonight. I wouldn't want to go if He wasn't there. He's what makes Heaven Heaven! He's the One Who died for our sins.

       "He said, 'You're going to be with Me,' and then the third part of this prayer is, He said, 'today'. Thank God. Today...this day thou shalt be with Me in Paradise. Immediate salvation. No 'praying through', no bargaining with God, no trying to do the best you can, no saying, 'When I get this taken care of, I'll come to Jesus.' No, you come just as you are.

       "Now listen. Jesus saves by grace. People that say, 'Well I just believe I've got to do something to merit salvation.' What could that thief do? He was hanging on a cross dying. What could he do for Jesus to merit salvation? Nothing! Absolutely nothing! He couldn't go join a church, he couldn't get baptized, he couldn't give money. The only thing he could do was pray, 'Lord, remember me.' That's all he could do!

       "God doesn't want you to do anything. You couldn't do anything to merit salvation. So many people are saying in their hearts, 'I just feel like I need to do such-and-such to earn His salvation.' No, Friend. You'll take it just like the thief on the cross did, or you won't take it at all. You'll either be saved just like this thief, or you won't be saved.

       "The Bible says in Hebrews 3:7, 'the Holy Ghost saith, To day if ye will hear his voice....'

       "Second Corinthians 6:2 says, '(For he saith, I have heard thee in a time accepted, and in the day of salvation have I succoured thee: behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.)'

       "Listen. Upon the authority of God's Word, I can tell you that if you are here tonight lost--without Jesus Christ--today is the day of salvation. The day that you hear that you're a sinner and place your faith in Jesus Christ, God will save you. How can you do that? You can come to Christ by faith, confessing that you're a sinner and calling on Him for mercy; and He will save you!

       "Have you done that? 'Well, Preacher, I've joined a church.' I'm not talking about that. 'I've been baptized.' I'm not talking about that. 'I'm doing the very best I can.' I'm not talking about that either. I want to know, has there been a time in your life when you stopped in your busy schedule, realized you were a sinner, and came to Jesus Christ just as you are, asking Him to forgive you and save you? Have you done that?

       "'Preacher, I've never done that.' Then you're not a Christian. 'But, Preacher, I'm a member of a church!' I don't care, nor does God care. 'I try to treat my neighbor good.' So what. That won't get you to Heaven.

       "I ask you a question, and I want you to be honest with me and with yourself. Have you stopped in your life somewhere and said, 'God, forgive me. I know I'm a sinner, and I need You to forgive me and save me.' Have you done that?

       "I see a number of you nodding your head, and I appreciate that. Let me ask you this now, if you've done that, since then has your life changed? Are there fruits coming out of your life telling the world around you that you're a Christian? And if not, why not? I'm still in the Bible. It says in II Corinthians 5:17, 'Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.' That's still Bible. Jesus said you can tell a tree by the fruit that it bears.

       "I was raised on a farm in Georgia. We planted vegetables, had different crops. When I grew up, we had pecan trees. They were not pe-CAHN trees. We raised 'em. We ought to know what they're called! They're called PE-can trees. Y'all good folks from this northern climate give it a try. Thank you. Now, I never one time saw watermelons growing on a pecan tree. I never saw cantaloupe or corn growing on a pecan tree. Do you know what we had on pecan trees? Pecans! Amen. We'd go out and plant corn, we expected corn to grow on the cornstalk. Never had a pig grow on a cornstalk. Not one time.

       "'Preacher, what are you talking about?' I'm talking about this: you say you're a Christian, but there's no Christian fruit in your life. You better check up. Salvation is simple. Salvation is easy. Salvation has been paid for through the Lord Jesus Christ. Have you experienced it? That's the question. Today could be the day of your salvation. Let's pray together.

       "'Our Father, this evening I do trust that You'll bless the simple, easy to understand Word of God that's been shared today. Such a simple account of a man saved at his worst, dying, going out into eternity. A wicked man, yet saved by Your grace because he called on the name of Your precious Son. I pray that You'll bless this evening. May Your Word find a lodging place in hearts today, and may some sinner turn from their wicked way and simply, humbly come to Christ tonight.

       "Before I end my prayer, I wonder if you're here tonight and you'd say, 'Brother Crosby...Preacher, I'm that sinner. I've never been saved. I don't know Christ as Saviour, but I want you to pray for me.' Would you slip your hand up so I can pray for you?'

       "'Father, I do trust that You'll bless these who've raised their hands. LORD, may they see it's so simple. All they need do is bow to Christ, saying, 'Lord, I'm a sinner. Save me.' I pray You'll help them to come to You tonight. In Jesus' name.

       "Christians are still praying. Friend, if you're here today without Jesus, and you'd like to be saved, I want to invite you to come. Come. You say, 'Preacher, I don't know what to do.' Just come. I'll meet you and help you. You can know Christ tonight as your Saviour. You don't have to live in doubt anymore. You don't have to live in fear of dying in your sin, dying without Jesus. Would you come today? Won't you please come?

       "Let's sing song number two-hundred-fifty-seven in your hymnals. If you need to come forward, come on while we sing."

Just As I Am

Just as I am, without one plea,
But that Thy blood was shed for me,
And that Thou bidst me come to Thee,
O Lamb of God, I come, I come!

Just as I am, and waiting not
To rid my soul of one dark blot,
To Thee Whose blood can cleanse each spot,
O Lamb of God, I come, I come!

Just as I am, though tossed about
With many a conflict, many a doubt,
Fightings and fears within, without,
O Lamb of God, I come, I come!

Just as I am, poor, wretched, blind;
Sight, riches, healing of the mind,
Yea, all I need in Thee to find,
O Lamb of God, I come, I come!

Just as I am, Thou wilt receive,
Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve;
Because Thy promise I believe,
O Lamb of God, I come, I come!

Just as I am, Thy love unknown
Hath broken every barrier down;
Now, to be Thine, yea, Thine alone,
O Lamb of God, I come, I come!

My friends, Jesus says in the book of Luke that 'except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.' Won't you accept God's Way today? Won't you ask the Lord Jesus Christ to save you from your sin? It's your choice. Choose wisely....

'...Choose you this day whom ye will serve...as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.'





Hymn Devotionals on Cross- and Calvary-themed songs...
According to Thy Gracious Word
Am I a Soldier of the Cross?
At Calvary
Beneath the Cross of Jesus
Blessèd Redeemer
I Gave My Life for Thee
In the Cross of Christ I Glory
Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken
Jesus Paid it All
Lead Me to Calvary
Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?
Near the Cross
Nothing But the Blood
O Sacred Head, Now Wounded
The Old, Rugged Cross
One Day
Room at the Cross for You
There is a Fountain
When I See the Blood
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
Why Should He Love Me So?
Wounded for Me



I received an e-mail that informed me "The A.C.L.U. doesn't want crosses on Federal property."

Well, for that matter, the A.C.L.U. would probably like to have anything to do with Jehovah God permanently removed from our country altogether. "One nation, UNDER GOD...", "In God We Trust", The 10 Commandments, Nativity Scenes at CHRISTmas, Court Justices who judge righteously instead of creating laws that legalize ________ (fill in the blank!)

Guess what? These crosses will be here--on federal property in Washington D.C. and in National Cemeteries around the Nation--'til these military men and women are resurrected....

Crosses, row on row on row on row....

But there is news, A.C.L.U.-ites! If you do not turn from your God-less ways, where you're going, there are no crosses...no light...no love...no hope. Nothing to do with Jehovah God, just the way you want it. But remember as you spend your first portion of eternity future wholly separated from God:

It was your choice.

"But as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD."

While there is still time, won't you look to the cross instead of shunning it? I wish you would....





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