Out of his deep love for us, God sent His only Son Jesus Christ into the world to rescue us from our dilemma by dying on the cross (John 3:16)By sacrificing His life on behalf of sinners He took the punishment we deserve in order to provide salvation. Then God raised Jesus from the dead, confirming the work of Jesus on the cross and establishing His power over death.
It’s About Your Response
Jesus has sufficiently paid the debt for all our wrong doing, and we are called in turn from our sin, rebellion, and isolation and trust what Jesus has done on our behalf.
God makes it very clear the condition by which the salvation Jesus offers can be ours. In Mark 1:15 Jesus said “Repent and believe in the gospel”
First God says we must repent. The word repents means a change in direction,this means when we turn to God, we are turning away from sin and giving up on the attempt to make ourselves right before God.
Second, God says we must believe. The word “believe” as it is used in the Bible means trust. The object of our trust is the One who paid the price for our wrong doing. We must trust Jesus to remove our guilt and the penalty of all the wrongs we have done. The Bible says when we put our faith in Jesus,God takes our sins away and gives us the gift of eternal life.
How Will You Respond
The Bible says that “whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved” (Romans 10:13). If you've not trusted in Christ as Lord and Saviour why not stop right now turn from your sin, and believe in Him who alone can save you and give you new and eternal life.
This website is to give you the knowledge you need to find Salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ and to enter into a new covenant with God. Remember to love Jesus you do not need to be part of an established church. All you need to do is to repent your sins in a prayer to Jesus Christ which you will find on this site. Then you will find a new beginning for your life.
Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."