This is only for people who believe the Bible to be God's word.
A warning is a message given in order for people to hear and take action because the message is grave (Ezekiel 3:16–21; Eze. 33:1–9; Acts 20:31; Matthew 2:12, 22). However, people have the habit of hearing warnings but taking no action, so consider this:
"You've got to get out of this town because a storm is coming and it is a big storm!"
"No, I'm not leaving. I will sit the storm out on my boat or in my house!"
"You've got to leave from here because this place isn't fit to live in—it is unsanitary.
"No, I will not leave from here—this is my house and I'll stay right here.
"You need to repent of your sins because you will burn in hell if you don't!"
"No, I love my sins and I will live my life as I want to live it!"
"The Bible has proven that your church is wrong—you've got to get out of that church!"
"No, I will never leave my church!"
Man needs to give more honest heed to the warnings he hears (Hebrews 2:1–4).
Hope to hear from you or see you at the services.