GOD’S POSITION: What is God like?
God is both loving and perfect.

OUR CONDITION: What are we like?
We are sinful and separated from God.

GOD’S PROVISION: What did God do about the problem?
He gave His son Jesus Christ to die on the cross as a satisfactory payment for our sins.

All have sinned and fallen short of the Glory of God. 
(Romans 3:23) 

I would like to close by leading you in a prayer. You may want to pray this prayer with me if you are ready to trust Christ as your Savior. Some readers may still be on their journeys to learn more about Jesus Christ. But some of you know that God has done something in your heart, and though you may not understand completely, you know what I have shared is true. 

This is a prayer that would allow you to become a member of God’s family and be given total forgiveness and the gift of eternal life. Read it slowly. 

God, I admit that l am a sinner and understand that my sin separates me from you. I believe that Jesus, being God, paid the penalty for all my sins when He died on the cross and rose from the dead. Lord Jesus, thank you for dying for me. I ask you to forgive me of my sins. I repent of my ways and want to change the direction of my life. And now Lord Jesus, I open the door of my life and ask You to come into my life as Savior and Lord. I trust You alone for the forgiveness of my sins and the free gift of eternal life. Amen. 

The words of this prayer are not what saves you and makes you a child of God. It is your trust in Christ that saves. This prayer helps you to express that trust. 


If you have now prayed this prayer, I urge you to read in the Bible the third chapter of the Gospel of John and then read the rest of John’s Gospel.

I encourage you to share your thoughts as you read this information and prayed the prayer of salvation. You may also have questions. We have additional information that will help you grow in your relationship with Christ. The following information is to clarify for you what has just happened in your life if you have prayed that prayer to receive Christ.

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