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Denise February 11, 2019 at 6:22 pm

How do i help my husband 66 yrs old i am 62 we’ve been married 2 yrs this aug 2019 he says he left God God didnt leave him he smokes crack and cigaretts and says he has asked God many times to take the taste from his mouth i did not know his habuts. I met him and he talked about God all the time we courted a very short time 2 months and he asked me to marry him i was a pastor of a small family church but resigned after marrying him i live in a very small town everyone knew his history but me no one told me about his habit he lived in the same town we live in when he grew up i truly love and believe in God but can’t understand why he still has this habit even after going to rehab. 16 years ago in fla should i devorse him and move on or stay he says God brought us together and i am the best thing that has ever happened to him. Any words

Jack Wellman February 12, 2019 at 9:38 am

Hello Denise. All you can do is love him and pray for your husband as only God can change the heart (Prov 21:1). We cannot change anyone but only God can and let’s pray for that! I would stay with but if he is using drugs in your home, you may have to separate or move to another location for a time and not allow himn to bring drugs into your home. Cigarettes are not a huge sin but drugs are troublesome. Pray for your husband and then leave the rest up to God. I wished I could offer you more hope.

Simon March 5, 2019 at 8:49 pm

Hi Pastor Wellman,
I have just read your personal testimony and it brought me to tears. I would like you know that I am your brother in Jesus and that I love you.
May God bless you and your family.

Jack Wellman March 5, 2019 at 8:54 pm

Hello Simon. Thank you for your kind words sir. God bless you for the encouragement my brother.

The Jew October 24, 2019 at 1:48 am

I read your take on the death of John in the New Testament. Please consider the following…

1. Everyone that ever lived on this earth must die including Christ.
2. 2 Prophets will be slayed in the last days (Revelation 11) in the streets of Israel
3. There are only 2 Men (Prophets) who never tasted death so far on this earth…
ENOCH and JOHN the Revelator
4. These will be the 2 Prophets sent back to Israel to fulfill the sacred scriptures that “every man will die before the 2nd coming, even Christ himself”
5. Enoch and John will be slayed in the streets for 3 days and then Resurrected. Revelation 11 proves this.
6. You should not use any ENGLISH version of the Bible except for the King James as they have been ADDED or SUBTRACTED to by more translations.
Thank you my Good Brother.

Jack Wellman October 24, 2019 at 9:15 am

Hello friend. If you depend only on the KJV, you are in great error my friend. The KJV has hundreds of errors and mistranslations so please use another BIble along with the ESV or NASB (which is the best). There are dozens of mistranslations in the KJV like the world servant is not in the original in most of the New Testament but should actually be slave, so you are incorrect that the KJV is the only one or the best in English.

Cliff Niebergall February 20, 2020 at 12:56 pm

Hey, brother, I have read your testimony and it mine is similar except that I was not abused as a child. I had a large family and I was very impoverished going to school with Ragged clothes holes in my shoes , little to eat, sometimes no electricity living in the Inner City. I have been in prison and I have a heart for prisoners. I want to start a prison ministry to where I can reach out to those incarcerated.

Jack Wellman February 20, 2020 at 2:50 pm

Hello Mr. Niebergall. I praise God you got saved and want to enter the prisons to share Christ. Here is an article on how you can do that: https://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/how-to-start-a-prison-ministry/

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