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Tracts > Each of us can be a superhero

By Martin Cisneros

The Bible gives us a picture of mankind having fallen into a black hole without God and a picture of a loving Father Who stopped at nothing to triangulate the precise coordinates to bring him out.

The Bible shows us a big bang that happened at the Cross, a full separation between light and darkness that happened over the next three days after that.

The Bible shows us a totally new heavens and new earth that formed around man for mankind to wrap their heads around and to have their feet firmly grounded on through the New Testament.

The Bible says each of us can be a superhero to God with restored powers and abilities beyond the reach of our ancestors through finding things to say and do in the New Testament that bring others out of their black hole existence and into pledging allegiance to Christ Jesus and His Gospel with you and beginning to do the same with others.

When you've thanked God for raising Christ Jesus from the dead and have thanked Christ Jesus for bringing you to God, you need to get your hands on a Bible, find the manifesto of Christ Jesus, and begin seeking Him everyday to show you how to protect and save lives with all you are learning from Him so He can make you the superhero you are supposed to be. 


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For the idols speak delusion; the diviners envision lies, and tell false dreams; they comfort in vain. Therefore the people wend their way like sheep; they are in trouble because there is no shepherd. Zechariah 10:2


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