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Life Without Jesus Is Hopeless

dear Rohingya brothers and sisters, hope is what every human being has. but the question is: on what is that hope built? and is that hope a living or a dead hope? it will not be argued that everyone has a living hope. if we build our hope things visible, that is no hope at all. that is a hopeless hope. everybody hopes for the unseen future. but if we hope on things or on the persons who do not possess the hope or who do not hold the future, that is also a hopeless hope. so the only living hope and the one who possesses the future is the Lord Jesus Christ because Jesus Christ not only did He die, but he rose again from the dead and ascended up back to heaven from where he came. and he said he will come again to receive unto himself those who will believe in him. so this is very clear that only Jesus holds the future of all human beings. Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life." and I will come back again this earth. dear Rohingya brothers and sisters, these days people fear of Coronavirus called COVID-19 but more dreadful than that is people are dying without knowing Jesus and they are going to face judgment and be tormented in eternal hell fire. that is the most fearful thing--fearful thing than anything in heaven or on earth. the time of the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ is very very near, nearer than ever before. the day of his coming will not be with mercy but with burning fury. therefore before he comes let us all repent of our sins and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ.

dear Rohingya brothers and sisters, hope is what every human being has.

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