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  • The Will of God

    BIBLE STUDY MONDAY!


    Last week on Witness Radio, I talked with University of Cincinnati students that had NO idea one of the Campus Professors was kidnapped and murdered, while our NEW correspondent (Jenifer Pepling) at the University of Pittsburgh took people through the Good Person Test! Did you hear anyone you recognized?

    I look for students every week to be on the radio show before the Bible Study. If you want to meet up and walk with me, I set foot on campus around 4:00 PM every Monday. Call or text me (216-482-0941) if you want to help out. I could really use someone to take pictures and get video. (Oh yeah, send your unsaved friends my way and I might put them on a future episode!)

    Also, don't forget that the weekly Bible Study is every Monday at 6:00 PM. Come to the TUC Food Court and look for the big sign! This week's topic is "The Will of God." What is God's will for YOUR life? Why are we here? Is there purpose and meaning for your life? Find out tonight at the meeting!

    Hope to see you all tonight!
     

    - Ryan -
    Campus Leader
    www.ChangeyourCampus.com/UC

  • Does God enjoy sending people to Hell?

    I've had this question asked of me in various ways while witnessing on the street by numerous people. The short answer is no, but I prefer to go back to our ultimate source, the Bible, for answers. In Ezekiel 18:32, we read, "For I have no pleasure in the death of anyone, declares the Lord God; so turn, and live." 

    The Bible also says, "The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance" (2 Peter 3:9).

    God does not enjoy it when people die and go to Hell to suffer eternal torment. He would much rather see people turn away from their sin and place their trust in Jesus Christ to be saved! That's why God sent His Son to earth in the first place, to make a way for sinful people to escape Hell and enter Heaven.

    So, now that you know, will you repent of your sin (turn away) and entrust your life to Jesus Christ? He died on the cross to pay for every lie, every lustful look, and every time you've used His name as a curse word. Then, Jesus rose (literally and bodily) from the grave, defeating death and Hell.