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LETTER: Where will you spend eternity?

To the editor:Jami Gaither has written again about climate change and the concerns that she and others have about the use of fossil fuels and its effect on our climate and the earth.God flooded the earth as recorded in the book of Genesis. It was...

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To the editor:
Jami Gaither has written again about climate change and the concerns that she and others have about the use of fossil fuels and its effect on our climate and the earth.
God flooded the earth as recorded in the book of Genesis. It was judgment on sinful people who refused to believe in and obey God. Noah’s family of eight was the only ones saved because they believed what God said.
In Chapter 9, God promised Noah and all his descendants that He would never again destroy the earth with a flood. God never breaks a promise.
God also revealed His coming judgment on the earth because of sin. The book of Revelation gives many details of the judgments on people who refuse to believe in God and accept His son Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
We are living in terrible times and there is more to come. “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” (Romans 6:23)
Where will you spend eternity?
Jackie Wilken
Miltona, MN

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