There are many people who believe they will go to heaven one day. And they can if Jesus is Savior and Lord of their lives.

There are many people who believe they will go to heaven one day. And they can if Jesus is Savior and Lord of their lives.
But Jesus is only coming for those who have truly repented of sin and not just giving Him some form of lip service or religious traditions or works. One must be born again to go with Jesus, to leave this earth. The fight is for the souls of mankind to make them believe that just be a good person and you’ll be ok.
Today some of our public schools remove any resemblance of the true Christmas season, changing its name to winter solstice. Did you know Adolf Hitler was the first to do that when he reorganized Germany? Some won’t say “Merry Christmas”. But they will sure sell you presents for under the holiday tree, of course.
Some, for the sake of space, take out the first six letters of Christmas and replace it with an X. Merry Xmas (Xmess) makes a lot of sense for the season doesn’t it? There are some who have no desire to go to a Christmas service or would not put a dollar to help others at Christmas. But they will expect those days off from work, paid of course.
There are schools that are told “don’t sing any Christmas carols that mention religion or Jesus”, only make believe characters life Rudolph and Frosty or rocking around the Christmas tree. But Jesus isn’t make-believe. Jesus is real. He did come in a manger. But He didn’t stay there. He became King of Kings.
We in ourselves cannot win against those battles. But when you put yourself in the hands of God, through Christ Jesus, as our Lord you will see this evil defeated.
The Christian has power over those attacks. The birth, the death, the blood of Jesus Christ destroys all works of the devil. Jesus has grown past a babe and every demon in hell knows it and understands what is really going on and what is going to happen. Make sure that you understand this truth as well.

Mark Taylor is president of KNEO Radio — 91.7 FM. He is available to speak at churches and events. Contact him at mtaylor@ kneo.org. Follow him on Twitter @kneo91.