(By: Hugh Hackney)

Hugh Hackney began drinking at the age of 12. He disliked school and joined the Marines at age 17. While in the Marines, he got into fight after fight, having over 40 of them in boot camp alone. His violent temper exploded at the least little thing. When marriage came along and children, he constantly drank, and often times he would lose his temper and lash out at his family in anger.

Once out of the military, his routine was work, the bar, hunting and fishing. He had little interest in spiritual things, and was not even convinced there was a God.

Through the death of a close friend and being torn up about it, he began to question the reality of God unlike ever before.

However, his alcoholism grew worse and his anger grew more intense. Finally, his wife could not take it any longer, and she left him.

A time came when the hole inside him could no longer be filled with work, drinking, womanizing, hunting and fishing, and that was when a series of things happened that motivated him to think more and more about spiritual truth and eternity.

It is amazing that a person can spend years living life and refuse to think about eternity. Refuse to pick up a Bible and read through the New Testament, purposely remaining uninformed about the warnings spoken of in it and what awaits them in eternity.

Hugh Hackney is typical of so many people in that he spent years going through life, never having heard that God died on the cross for his sins, nor really even cared for that matter.

A time is coming where every person WILL care about their sinful acts of the past. The Bible is very clear that we ALL will one day give an account to God for our past actions, and Judgment Day is coming. When it comes YOUR time to give an account to God, what will be YOUR answer when He asks you about the death of His Son Jesus Christ on the cross? Will you just shrug your shoulders and answer, 'Huhh, I don't know.'

Or will a smile come upon your face and you can't wait to say, 'I am so thankful that Jesus died on the cross for my sins! He took my full punishment so I do not have to be punished for my sins!'

If this is the first time you've ever heard that Jesus Christ willingly died on the cross some 2,000 years ago for all your sins, what are you NOW going to do about that? Begin to try to obey His commands in the New Testament Bible, or keep on doing the same old things you've always done? I must warn you: A time is coming when you will give an account to God for how you have responded to the shed blood of God on the cross for your sins.

To View Hugh's Godtube video testimony please click here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Dear Reader - are you at peace with God? If not, you can be. Do you know what awaits you when you die? You can have the assurance from God that heaven will be your home, if you would like to be certain. You can even have that assurance RIGHT NOW! Either Jesus Christ died for your sins, or He didn't (He did!). Are you prepared to stand before God on the Judgment Day and tell Him that you didn't need the shed blood of Jesus Christ on the Cross to have your sins forgiven and get in right-standing with God? We plead with you...please don't make such a tragic mistake.

To get to know God, to be at peace with God, to have your sins forgiven, to make certain heaven will be your home for eternity, to make certain that you are in right-standing with God right now ... please click here to help you understand the importance of being reconciled to God. What you do about being reconciled to God will determine where you will spend eternity, precious one. Your decision to be reconciled to God is the most important decision you'll ever make in this life, because in Christ, it is impossible to put a value on the worth of your soul in light of eternity.


JESUS DID IT! and...


Remember: All that we do in this life comes back to our God-given purpose which is to serve and glorify God. The money and assets we accumulate, the fame and power we've attained or seek to attain - all of the things of this nature will one day pass away, but those lives of others we impact for Jesus Christ will last for eternity, and we will be rewarded for the part we helped play by impacting those lives ... for eternity. (Matthew 6:19-20 is our assurance)