Repent Before It's Too Late
June 26, 2018
Greetings in Jesus’ name.
I am writing you a few lines to let you know that you can discontinue sending us the Amish Voice.
To Joe Keim:
I’ve known your Dad, John Keim, since I was a young boy (probably late 50’s).
So, remember das erst gebot das verheisung hat ist ehre Vater und Mutter, (the first commandment with promise is honor Father and Mother), and I do not think you are doing that as long as you are driving wie die velt und mit die velt. (Like the world and with the world) Read Romans 8:24-25 and Revelation 2:19-24.
I know of several bishops that left the Amish faith for something they thought was better, and in later years, before they died, they sat and cried and cried. They said they should not have left the Amish but couldn’t come back. Sad, sad.
Another man I went to school with left the Amish, and when death was coming (he had cancer), he did the same thing. He cried and cried and wanted to come back, but his wife didn’t want to, and that’s how he died. Only one of their children is Amish today, and he is a Bishop in the Amish church. Sad, sad.
I don’t know if you have a cell phone or not, but if you do, think of what that is doing to the world. Vas hoch ist in die velt, ist ein greul for Gott, (What is esteemed great in the world is an abomination to God) and as long as you drive mit die velt, irr vorzeig, (with the worlds contraptions) you are a part of the world. Vir sinn in die Samstag abend stund (We are in the Saturday evening hour) . Bekerhet euch ob es zu spoht iss. (Repent before it’s too late)
Gehabt euch vohl, nur mich (Best wishes, only me),
P.S. I do not think it is right for you to call the pages the Amish Voice because it is not the Amish Voice.comments powered by Disqus« Back to News