Statistics tell us that the majority of the people of America are unchurched—that about seven persons out of ten, or two out of every three, make no profession of Christ, or affiliate in church fellowship of any kind.
Never can it be said that a Bible instructor's work is a dull one. On the contrary, I have found it to be vitally interesting and challenging. My experiences have not been spectacular or out of the ordinary. Through them, however, I have arrived at certain conclusions that may be beneficial to a new member in our ranks.
"Now, Elder Isaac, tell me, is my son, who died ten months ago, being tormented in hell? He was a good man, although not a member of a church. I want to know whether the torches of hell are turned upon him and whether he will burn forever?"