God loves you so much and has an amazing plan for your life.
A Big Question: If today was your last day on earth, do you believe that you would go to heaven?
Your answer might be one of the following:
- Yes, as I am a good person.
- I’m not sure.
- I don’t think so, as I am a bad person.
What does the Bible say?
“All have sinned and come short of the glory of God.” Romans 3:23
“The wages of sin is death [separation from God], but the Free Gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ.” Romans 6:23
“Anyone who calls upon the name of the Lord [accepts Jesus] will be saved.” Romans 10:13
“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son [Jesus], that whoever believes in him [Jesus] shall not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16
Heaven is an eternal place where God dwells forever with the righteous (forgiven). Revelation 21:1-5
Jesus came to save sinners and sacrificially suffered and died to pay the price of all our sins on the cross. Matthew 1:21
What shall I do to be free from all my sins and to receive this Free Gift?
Step 1: Honestly from your heart acknowledge and confess before God that you have sinned against Him and others and ask Him for forgiveness.
Step 2: Open your heart and welcome Jesus into your heart and life as your Saviour and Lord, and you will receive a new life (forgiven and eternal) with peace and joy.
Step 3: Start a new journey with Jesus and keep following Him on your journey. He will unfold His great plan for your life and you will be amazed to experience His love, faithfulness and goodness. Keep enjoying your fellowship with Him through reading His Word [Bible], talking with Him [praying] and also by joining a loving and supportive Christian fellowship [Church].
The Free Gift is ready for you!
If you want to receive the Free Gift, please pray as follows:
‘Jesus, with your blood, take all my sins away and put the Holy Spirit in me. I believe that you paid the price of all my sins through your death on the cross and rose from the dead. I welcome you into my heart and life as my Saviour and Lord. I pray in Jesus’ name. Amen.’