What is God's Plan for You?

God loves you and He desires to have a personal relationship with you. Over 2,000 years ago, Jesus Christ demonstrated God's love for each and every person by dying for us (Romans 5:8). His death was necessary because of our sin which separates us from God (Romans 3:23). Although we all deserve the death sentence for our sin, God chose to offer us forgiveness, freedom, and life instead
(Romans 6:23)! All that is required to accept that gift is to agree with God that Jesus Christ is Lord and believe that God raised Him from the dead (Romans 10:9). Everyone that accepts Christ is forgiven and made new through faith in Him. God considers Christians to be righteous and at peace with Him through his grace (Romans 5:1, Ephesians 2:8).

Have you accepted Him as your Savior? Have you settled the issue of eternal salvation by believing that Jesus Christ is Lord and that God raised Him from the dead?

If your answer is "no", then you can receive Jesus Christ as your Savior today! Now is the time to come to Him. Do not put it off another day.

Receiving Jesus Christ

  1. Repent. Admit your sin to God and agree with Him that you need His forgiveness (Acts 3:19).
  2. Place your faith in Jesus to forgive your sins and give you new life. Faith is believing that only Jesus' death on the cross is sufficient to save us from God's judgment (Ephesians 2:8).
  3. Don't wait to begin a relationship with Jesus. Pray and ask Jesus Christ to be your Savior (Romans 10:9)

    Pray something like this:

    Dear God,

    Thank You for loving me. I know I have failed You in many ways and I know that my sin keeps me apart
    from You. I am truly sorry for the sins in my life. But I believe that You sent Your Son, Jesus, to die on the cross to pay for my sins. I choose to trust in what Jesus did for me on the cross to save me from my sin. Thank You for forgiving me. Help me to follow You for the rest of my life.
    Amen

What Next?

If you have just prayed that prayer, please contact us and let us know, so that we can celebrate with you. We would consider it a privilege to help you as you grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ!