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  1. One of my favorite recent Em verses. How he keeps the same cadence and rhyme scheme throughout the verse while talking about his faith. Beat is insane too, honestly like it more than the original.

  2. 2 best rappers on best subject. I love that Eminem is on this path too fighting off that deadly darkness and walking with JESUS. Eminem was close to death before.. he should know about demons and JESUS.

  3. I have prayed for this moment. I have always had faith in Eminem to walk and preach for The Lord and the day has come. 🙌🏾Praise The Lord🙌🏾Praise Jesus Our Saviour🙌🏾Praise The Holy Spirit🙌🏾THANK YOU MARSHAL MATHERS FOR ALLOWING GOD TO SPEAK THROUGH YOU and Thank You DJ Khaled for showing Marshal the way to The Lord and empowering him to do God’s work for all of humanity…all of God’s children🥰Sending Prayers of Peace, Light and Love your way 💖🐬🌟🙏🏽🌟🐬💖

  4. Damnnnnnn the rhymes, the lyrics, the choreography everything about this song is so fucking amesomeeee but i think it is no need of any site like authentic views to go viral. Thumbs up if u agree.

  5. Many of us think we are good but we are not…To be good is to be morally perfect and only God is perfect. God is Holy and Just and He hates sin. When God judges us…He will not compare us to others but He will compare you with Himself based on the 10 commandments (see Exodus 20). The ten commandments reflect God’s holy character.

    Have you ever used God’s name in vain? Maybe as a cuss word or to express disappointment? That is called blasphemy. What do you call this person? a blasphemer

    Have you ever lied or stolen anything regardless of its value?. What do you call this person? a liar or a thief.

    How many times do you have to kill someone to be called a murderer? Jesus says if you hate someone..it is murder in your heart. God sees the heart of all men.

    Jesus says if you look at someone with lust, you are an adulterer at heart- a person that you are not married to.

    Examine yourself and see if you have broken any of the other commandments…
    What about honoring your parents and loving your neighbors?

    Time does not forgive sin nor does forgetfulness on your part.

    If you were to be judged by the ten commandments, would you be innocent or guilty?

    Does any of this concern you?

    The penalty of breaking any of God’s law is death…eternal death in hell….

    We can't earn salvation nor do we deserve it..if we were to be able to earn salvation then Christ’s death would be in vain.

    God has to punish sin, otherwise He would not be a just God. There is a fine to be paid like in a court of law,

    If a judge dismisses a case because a murderer or a rapist tells the judge that he has changed …that he now gives to the poor and does good for others…what should this judge do? Should he let him go? If he does, he would not be a just judge…

    So God being infinite in Wisdom and He is Just and Holy..He will not let sin go unpunished

    And remember you can not enter the gates of heaven with your sins…sin separates us from God but He wants ust to be reconciled to Him.

    All sins committed are crimes against God…He knows your every thought and deed.

    But, here is the good news that God through His abundant grace, mercy and love sent His only begotten, the Lord Jesus Christ to bear the wrath of His Father on behalf of His people. The Lord Jesus Christ laid down His own life..no one took it-There is no forgiveness of sin without the shedding of blood.

    Jesus Christ was born of a virgin.
    Jesus lived a perfect life and was fully obedient to His Father…even to death. Jesus Christ was sinless.

    Jesus rose again on the third day defeating death…His resurrection proved that He was who He said He was…God in human flesh… He is God the Son.

    What must you do to be saved?
    This simple, yet profound, question is the most important question that can be asked. "How can I be saved?" deals with where we will spend eternity after our lives in this world are over. There is no more important issue than our eternal destiny. Thankfully, the Bible is abundantly clear on how a person can be saved. The Philippian jailer asked Paul and Silas, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” (Acts 16:30). Paul and Silas responded, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31).

    How can I be saved? Why do I need to be saved?
    We are all infected with sin (Romans 3:23). We are born with sin (Psalm 51:5), and we all personally choose to sin (Ecclesiastes 7:20; 1 John 1:8). Sin is what makes us unsaved. Sin is what separates us from God. Sin is what has us on the path to eternal destruction.

    How can I be saved? Saved from what?
    Because of our sin, we all deserve death (Romans 6:23). While the physical consequence of sin is physical death, that is not the only kind of death that results from sin. All sin is ultimately committed against an eternal and infinite God (Psalm 51:4). Because of that, the just penalty for our sin is also eternal and infinite. What we need to be saved from is eternal destruction (Matthew 25:46; Revelation 20:15).

    How can I be saved? How did God provide salvation?
    Because the just penalty for sin is infinite and eternal, only God could pay the penalty, because only He is infinite and eternal. But God, in His divine nature, could not die. So God became a human being in the person of Jesus Christ. God took on human flesh, lived among us, and taught us. When the people rejected Him and His message, and sought to kill Him, He willingly sacrificed Himself for us, allowing Himself to be crucified (John 10:15). Because Jesus Christ was human, He could die; and because Jesus Christ was God, His death had an eternal and infinite value. Jesus’ death on the cross was the perfect and complete payment for our sin (1 John 2:2). He took the consequences we deserved. Jesus’ resurrection from the dead demonstrated that His death was indeed the perfectly sufficient sacrifice for sin.

    How can I be saved? What do I need to do?
    “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31). God has already done all of the work. All you must do is receive, in faith, the salvation God offers (Ephesians 2:8-9). Fully trust in Jesus alone as the payment for your sins. Believe in Him, and you will not perish (John 3:16). God is offering you salvation as a gift. All you have to do is accept it. Jesus is the way of salvation (John 14:6).

    Do you have a worldly Sorrow?or a Godly Sorrow?
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    Godly sorrow is a kind of wretchedness that can bring the repentant sinner to tears of grief. A good example of this is Peter at the time of Jesus’ arrest and trials. When accused as being one of Jesus’ followers, Peter disowned Jesus by cursing and swearing to his accusers that he did not know the Man. Upon hearing the rooster crow three times, he remembered the words of Jesus, who had prophesied Peter’s very actions, and he went out and wept bitterly (Matthew 26:74–75).

    James wrote, “Wash your hands, you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded. Grieve, mourn and wail. Change your laughter to mourning and your joy to gloom” (James 4:8–9). James is referencing this kind of deep sorrow with his command to “grieve, mourn, and wail.” Such words are reminiscent of the Old Testament prophets’ call for the people to repent, to grieve over their sins, and to sit in sackcloth and ashes.

    Another illustration of godly sorrow was shown by David, “a man after God’s own heart” (Acts 13:22). David revealed his own godly sorrow for his sins in many of his psalms. In one, he pleads for God’s mercy and cries out: “I am worn out from groaning; all night long I flood my bed with weeping and drench my couch with tears” (Psalm 6:6). The apostle Paul described his own battles with sin: “What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body of death?” Then he gives the answer: “Thanks be to God—through Jesus Christ our Lord!” (Romans 7:24–25).

    Godly sorrow results from a heart-felt conviction that we have offended God by our sin. Such a burning conviction produces in our hearts a godly sorrow. As we look upon Him who was pierced for our sins, we are deeply grieved in spirit. And we resolve within our hearts that we will, with the help of God, “cease to do evil, and learn to do good” (Isaiah 1:16).

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    Father, God, it is only by Your grace and mercy that we are here today..please open the hearts of those who do not know You, so they can see Your holiness and glory. Deliver them from the snare of the wicked one. Deliver them from the slavery of sin. Grant them true repentance, Oh God. Bring them to a SAVING knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ. There is no forgiveness of sin without the shedding of blood…the blood of Christ. Thank You Lord for all that You have done and what You will do…
    In the name of Jesus, Amen🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  6. I love the lord jesus christ my he wash me clean of my sins in front of our heavenly father. I pray that any one with questions about this life we have been given seek the lord christ. From an old criminal to a born again believer in christ. No ones too cool for God we all will bow before him. You become a real man in jesus amen

  7. When I began my career as a cosmologist some twenty years ago, I was a convinced atheist. I never in my wildest dreams imagined that one day I would be writing a book purporting to show that the central claims of Judeo-Christian theology are in fact true, that these claims are straightforward deductions of the laws of physics as we now understand them. I have been forced into these conclusions by the inexorable logic of physics.” — Frank Tipler, The Physics of Immortality.

  8. Jesus of Nazareth, without money and arms, conquered more millions than Alexander the Great, Caesar, Mohammed, and Napoleon; without science and learning, he shed more light on things human and divine than all philosophers and scholars combined; without the eloquence of school, he spoke such words of life as were never spoken before or since, and produced effects which lie beyond the reach of orator or poet; without writing a single line, he set more pens in motion, and furnished themes for more sermons, orations, discussions, learned volumes, works of art, and songs of praise than the whole army of great men of ancient and modern times

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