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Opinion / Religion - July 26, 2021
Mike's World Views by Mike Henry
I said on Coffee with Mike the other day that I hoped
the Surfside condo victims went quickly in the collapse and didn’t
suffer for hours under the rubble. It appears that was the case;
however, on second thought, I hope that those who were unsaved had time
to call on the name of the Lord for salvation before they died, like the
dying thief on the cross did. Jesus said to him in Luke 23:43, “today
you will be with Me in Paradise.” Romans 10:13 says, “For whoever calls
upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.”
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