If there is anything you NEED to be sure of in this life, it’s that you are going to Heaven when you die!
Biblical salvation is GOD’s way of providing his people deliverance from sin and spiritual death through repentance and faith in JESUS CHRIST. In the Old Testament, the concept of salvation is rooted in Israel’s deliverance from Egypt in the Book of Exodus. The New Testament reveals the source of salvation in JESUS CHRIST. By faith in JESUS CHRIST, believers are saved from GOD’s judgment of sin and its consequence eternal death.
When Adam and Eve rebelled, man was separated from GOD through sin. GOD’s holiness required punishment and payment (atonement) for sin, which was (and still is) eternal death. Our death is not sufficient to cover the payment for sin. Only a perfect, spotless sacrifice, offered in just the right way, can pay for our sin. JESUS, the perfect GOD-man, came to offer the pure, complete and everlasting sacrifice to remove, atone, and make eternal payment for sin. Why? Because GOD loves us and desires an intimate relationship with us.
In spite of the depravity and sinfulness of man, GOD sent HIS son JESUS CHRIST to save mankind from his sin and grant him a home in heaven. This is accomplished by realizing that we have sinned against a holy, loving GOD. Then you must be a willingness to admit verbally before GOD that you are a sinner. Once we’ve acknowledged this, then simply by faith, call out to JESUS CHRIST. Ask Him to save you from your sin.
Tell JESUS that you repent of your sin (turn from your sin) and now, want HIM to come into your heart and forgive you of your sin. Once confession is made, believing that JESUS CHRIST and HIM alone can and will save you, thus salvation is complete and secure. See what the bible has to say by reading the verses below.
1. ALL HAVE SINNED
2. THE PENALTY FOR SIN IS DEATH AND HELL
3. JESUS PAID FOR YOUR SINS ON THE CROSS
4. JESUS INVITES YOU TO BE SAVED TODAY
What Should I Do Now?
If you agree with the verses above you can now pray to CHRIST for salvation. If you have any further questions, please get in touch with us and we will be more than glad to help!