Albert E. Farley

According to a recent news report by the Associated Press, Randal McCloy, the sole survivor of the Sago mine explosion on January 2, was able to write a two-page letter to the families who lost their loved ones in that fatal event, revealing that four of the miners' air packs did not work. The air packs are called "rescuers." What would have been the outcome if these air packs had worked?

Today there are millions of men and women carrying religions that offer eternal life but cannot provide it. These false religions are broken cisterns, bags with holes, clouds and wells without water; they are air packs that cannot provide air. They are false hopes.

Jesus said, "But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men." Matthew 15:9. We earnestly desire to provide true hope to all of our readers through the pure gospel of Jesus Christ. John 8:31,32; Romans 1:16,17. Please continue to subscribe to the paper for yourselves and for others. Pray for us. Our circulation last month was 2,671. Thank you! -Albert.


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