Do You Know God?

Jesus Christ fulfilled our greatest need

The Son of God came to earth to meet humanity’s most crucial need—forgiveness and reconciliation. There’s nothing we can do to be good enough, but Jesus lived a perfect life and died in our place (2 Cor. 5:21). If you’ll trust Him as your Savior, you will live with Him forever in heaven. You can use the following prayer or your own words:

Lord Jesus, I believe You are truly the Son of God. I confess that I have sinned against You in thought, word, and deed. Please forgive all my wrongdoing, and let me live in relationship with You from now on. I receive You as my Savior and recognize that the work You accomplished once and for all on the cross was done on my behalf. Thank You for saving me. Help me to live a life that is pleasing to You. Amen.

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9 thoughts on “Do You Know God?

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  2. Hi there, and thank you for sharing encouragement to unite together as ekklesia.

    While I agree with your plea, there’s something that I want to present to you as well.

    I was called to salvation by God by heavy guilt, and was saved one night in the cab of my truck. And I have been to innumerable churches, and have been a member of a few, and none of them offered what I needed to fix my guilt.
    (I’m not saying good churches don’t exist, I’m stating that most that I’ve encountered are more harmful than helpful to the lost sinner’s condition).

    I have relatives who’ve been immersed in church for decades, and when I try to get them to celebrate with me that we saints have been made the righteousness of God…I just get a blank look like I’m speaking Portuguese to them. All they can relate to is what it is to be a baptist Christian.

    And I myself go to church, but I find no life there. There just isn’t any meaningful embracing what it is to rest in the finished work of Christ and His righteousness.

    I should not have stated that there is no life at my existing church.
    What I’m really trying to communicate is how religion has suppressed people’s embracing a major portion of the good news.

    Please understand, I want church to work, but if I were back in my seeking spiritual life season, I would be in a world of hurt if the institutional church was my guide to find peace in Christ’s finished work.

    God bless you my brother


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