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Life Begins With Salvation

 

Jesus came to earth, died on a cross, and was raised to life to rescue you from sin, make you alive, and bring you into an eternal relationship with God. Salvation is not only a matter of life after death but also the way to live an abundant life on earth with Jesus, here and now.

 

Simply put, Jesus is salvation, and salvation is life (1John 5:12). When you are saved, the same power that raised Jesus from the dead is in you!

 

Perhaps you’ve felt unworthy of salvation because of your past. Perhaps you’ve thought good works and keeping rules saved you.

 

Maybe you thought you were saved because you were baptized or prayed a prayer, without experiencing a change of heart.

 

The good news is that Jesus is calling you to trust and believe that he has done all the work. Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection means we are forgiven and set free to live an abundant life with God here on earth and in eternity.

 

If you are ready to believe and receive God's gift of salvation, simply talk to God and commit your life Him:

"Dear Lord Jesus, I admit that I’ve fallen short. I’ve sinned and need your forgiveness. I believe that You lived, died and rose again so that I could be connected to God. I confess you as my Lord and commit my life to You. I give you my past, present, and future. Take my life and use it. I give it to You. Amen."

 

If you prayed to meet Jesus, please let us know!

What is My Next Step?

Now that you have prayed to meet Jesus, you are probably wondering how your new life will look. Along with reading your Bible and being baptized, the best way to continue your journey is to get connected with your church.