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Plan Of Salvation

Plan of Salvation

Salvation's Master Plan

"Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if any man hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him, and we will eat together, and he with me," Jesus declared. (Revelation 3:20)

According to John 3:16, "For God so loved the world that he gave his only born Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life" (John 3:16).

According to the Scriptures above, people who take Jesus into their lives/hearts will have a Glorious Everlasting existence with Him in Heaven, whilst those who refuse will perish, which means they will spend an eternity with Satan in Hell, as stated above.

During his time on our planet, Jesus led a spotless life. You could not pay for your sins unless it was paid for by someone who was worthy and holy enough to die on the cross for you.

It is only you who has the ability to decide whether or not to be reborn; no one else can make that decision for you.

But if you do, He will be with you throughout your earthly days to comfort, lead, assist, and counsel you, and after your earthly existence is finished, you will spend eternity with Him in Heaven. How marvelous is God's plan of salvation?

We believe that accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior is a decision you will never regret, and it is a decision that will carry you through eternity with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Simply believing in your heart and professing (stating) out loud that you believe in God and that Jesus is God's Son who came to earth to die for your sins is all that is required.

The Bible says, "If you confess with your lips, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved."

It is with your heart that you believe and are justified, but it is with your lips that you confess your faith that you are saved (Rom 10:9-10).

When you accept the Scriptures above and are able to make the declarations of faith listed above, you can ask Jesus to come into your heart, and He will do so without hesitation. And you have the ability to do so right now.

People can become too preoccupied with using the perfect words in their prayer to be born again, but this is not necessary because Jesus already knows what is in their hearts.

The only thing that matters is that they desire to be born again and filled with His Holy Spirit. That is all that matters to Him. As a result, the precise words you use are not the most crucial consideration.

However, if using the precise words will make you feel more confident, you might use the prayer below to guide you through it. Everything God accomplishes is flawless, which means that your salvation will be guaranteed for all of eternity.

If you have already accepted Christ into your heart and, for whatever reason, believe you have strayed or are unsure about your salvation, you can ask Jesus into your heart once more, and there will be no doubt about your salvation this time.

After praying the salvation prayer, God now sees you as His Child, pure, clean, and as white as snow, and "free from blame and guilt," as the Bible says.

Find a local church and ask to get baptized there. Then begin to connect with other Christians in that community. Inquire about your new life in Christ by posing the questions that you are certain to have.

Purchase a Bible for yourself. There are various excellent versions available; my personal preference is the "King James Version," and the "New King James Version" is simple to comprehend.


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