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My advice to all who read this letter:



If you are lost without Jesus as your Savior, I ask that you give your life to Jesus Christ so that you will not have to go through the Tribulation Period.  For those who find yourselves in the Tribulation Period, give your life to Jesus Christ and be faithful to Him unto the end of your life.  Then your soul will enter heaven and live eternally with Him.


You can accept Jesus Christ as your Savior by praying this simple prayer of repentance and devotion to Christ:


A Prayer of Salvation and Becoming a Christian:


Lord, Jesus, I believe You are the Son of God.  I am a sinner and repent of my sins.  I ask You to come into my heart and live with me.  Be the Lord of my life, which means I will serve you with all of my heart the rest of my life and will obey what You tell me to do.  Amen.


If you prayed this prayer in faith, believing Jesus saved you, you are saved and are a Christian.


Letters To The Martyrs



Letter #9 - We are going to meet the Lord today.



To the Christian Martyrs of the Tribulation:



Many 1st to 3rd century saints who were martyred were happy with the thought that they were going to meet the Lord today, on the day they died as martyrs for Christ.


Be encouraged on the day of your death that it is a blessed day that you will see Jesus face to face.  He will give you the crown of life and will welcome you joyfully into His kingdom in heaven.


There is nothing more joyous than meeting your Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, the Creator of heaven and earth!  You will overcome Satan and his band of evil workers of darkness by standing faithful until the end of your life as a martyr for Jesus Christ.


Here is a description of Jesus Christ from the Book of Revelation chapter 1.


Revelation 1:12-15:


12.  Then I turned to see the voice that spoke with me. And having turned I saw seven golden lampstands,

13.  and in the midst of the seven lampstands One like the Son of Man, clothed with a garment down to the feet and girded about the chest with a golden band.

14.  His head and His hair were white like wool, as white as snow, and His eyes like a flame of fire;

15.  His feet were like fine brass, as if refined in a furnace, and His voice as the sound of many waters;


John saw this vision of Jesus as he received the vision of the contents of the Book of Revelation.


How wonderful Jesus is!  And you will meet him on the day of your martyrdom.  Be joyous, singing songs of joy because this day you will meet the Lord Jesus Christ!  Jesus stands with His arms outstretched towards you, to take you to heaven to be with Him.


May the joy of Christ shine on your face as you face your tormentors, persecutors and those who will eventually take your life.  You are the redeemed of the Lord and are called to be faithful witnesses for Jesus Christ on the earth at this time.  Go before your persecutors with the joy of knowing you will meet Jesus this day.


Many martyrs have walked where you have walked.  They have been shining examples for you to follow through the years since the first century until now.  Be encouraged that if they could face their tortures and torments with the joy of Christ, so can you!


As you walk to your final end, walk with your head held high with the thought that this is the day that you will see Jesus.  You are going to meet the Lord today!


Martyr Letter 8