The Good News
Well, the truth is, it’s not actually what you do, but what God has done to accomplish salvation for anyone.
There are a few things you must know to be saved
We are sinners, and are all held accountable to God.
The bible says that God is holy and we are not. The bible says that all of us have fallen short of the glory of God and that the wages of our sin is death.
How can I be saved?
The Bible provides a clear answer. Here is the answer from God’s Word, the Bible, that tells us how God saves us.
Acknowledge your sin
First, see yourself for what you are… A Sinner!
Repentance is a change of mind, a change of heart, and it results in a change of actions. You must change your mind about sin and want God to end its mastery over you. After all, sin is so bad it took Christ’s death to make forgiveness possible for you.
Believe in Christ Jesus
Believe in the completed work Christ accomplished on the cross. You must believe that Christ substituted Himself for you, that He died for your sins (though He never sinned), and that He was resurrected from death. “The punishment that brought us peace was upon Him”. Our sins nailed Him to the cross, and “by His wounds we are healed. “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved.”
Set your whole life upon that truth
You must believe in Christ and receive Him personally into your life by faith if you are to be saved from the power of sin and its consequences. “To all who receive Him, to those who believe in His name, He gave the right to become children of God”. Will you pray to God something like this?
“God, I am convinced I am a sinner, and that Christ alone can save me. I repent of my sinful life and believe Jesus Christ died for me. Please forgive me for my rebellion against You and help me to live with Jesus as Lord of my life.”
If that is now true of you and Christ is your Saviour and Lord, the next step is to get connected with God’s people and grow in your life with Christ. We would love to help you do that. You can contact us to speak with someone more about becoming a Christian and getting connected to our church.