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It's not a Religion.
It's a
Personal Relationship
with God.

  Salvation is God's free gift for
anyone who asks, and you
can have it now.

You can not have salvation by doing
good deeds, going to church,
or by being a good person.

Salvation is based upon the love
and promises of God, not upon
human effort or merit.

God asks nothing in return.
Salvation is receiving; not giving.

'For God so loved the world that He
gave His only begotten Son,
that whoever believes in Him
should not perish but have
everlasting life.'
John 3:16

A sinner repents of unbelief, which
compels them to believe the
That's all that repentance means,
that is, a change of mind.

Repentance in Mark 1:15 is the
Greek word metanoeo, which means,
“to think differently.”
It never means anything else
concerning salvation.

When you Believe the Gospel,
you receive God's gift of forgiveness.

“The Gospel” is that Jesus Died
on the cross for our sins, and
He was Buried, and He bodily
Resurrected three days later.

For I delivered to you first of all
that which I also received:
that Christ died for our sins
according to the Scriptures, and
that He was buried, and that He rose
again the third day according
to the Scriptures.'
1 Corinthians 15:3-4

The only requirement to be saved
is to receive Jesus' sacrifice upon
the cross as payment for your sins,
believing that He raised up from
the dead three days later.
Eternal life is a gift.

That is how you get born-again
by the Holy Spirit of God into
God's family.

We can freely come to God,
just as we are.
No matter what we have done
or said wrong.

"For all have sinned and come
short of the glory of God."
Romans 3:23


Forgiveness of sins and eternal life
are free gifts that need only be
received without obligation.

My friend, you don't have to figure
everything out to be saved, you
just need to Believe the Gospel.

The only object of repentance is
to believe the Gospel.
Mark 1:15, “repent ye, and
believe the gospel”).

'Everyone who calls on the name
of the Lord will be saved.'
Romans. 10:13
'For the wages of sin is death;
but the Gift of God is eternal
 life through Jesus Christ our Lord.'
Romans 6:23

Receive the gift of eternal life for
free, simply by believing on
Jesus Christ as your personal

'There is none righteous, no, not one.
There is none who does
good, no, not one.'
Romans 3:10

'For by grace you have been saved
through faith, and that not of
yourselves; it is the gift of God,
not of works, lest anyone
should boast.'
Ephesians 2

Jesus said: " I am the way, the truth,
and the life. No one comes
to the Father except through Me."
John 14:6

Whosoever is born-again, by
believing upon the Gospel of the
Lord Jesus Christ, is saved.
Once we get saved, God's Holy Spirit
(which is the Spirit of Christ)
comes to indwell us, and we
can never die again spiritually.

'That if you confess with your mouth the
Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that
God has raised Him from the dead,
you will be saved.'
Romans 10:9

You see friend, there is no
religion involved here, only Jesus.

Will you pray the following prayer
and mean it sincerely in your heart?

  The exact words don't matter,
God only requires that it be heart-felt.

'Dear Lord Jesus,
I know that I am a sinner,
and I ask for Your forgiveness.

I believe that You died for
my sins and rose from the dead.

I ask You to come into my heart
and in my life.

I want to trust and follow You
as my Lord and Savior.
I ask these things in your precious
Name of Jesus. I thank you very
much, Amen.'

God bless you.

If you
sincerely prayed this prayer,
you have received God's Salvation
and now have Eternal Life.


When we receive Jesus as Lord,
all that He is becomes ours.
He brings His righteousness,
His redemption, His health,
His wisdom, His holiness, and
His life.

Jesus Christ is our Lord
and Savior!

Jesus paid for everyone's sins on
the cross with His precious blood.
The price for our sin has been paid.

"ALL your sins are paid for in full.
  Jesus died to settle your sin
debt once and for all."

Revelation 1:5; 1 Peter 3:18;
Hebrews 7:27