Because You Invited Jesus into Your Life…

Congratulations on having made the most important decision you will ever make. Receiving Jesus Christ as your personal Savior and Lord brings immediate benefits and changes. The Bible promises,

“This means that anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person. The old life is gone; a new life has begun!” (2 Corinthians 5:17, NLT)

So what does this mean for you?

New Life in Christ

The very instant you received Christ, you became a child of God for all eternity. As His child, you are given an inheritance that includes the following wonderful promises:

  • Jesus enters your life, never to leave.
  • Jesus forgives all your sins.
  • Jesus gives you eternal life with Him.
  • Jesus hears and answers your prayers.
  • Jesus gives you power to obey Him.

Once you begin your new journey with Christ, He begins to change you into the person He planned you to be. But you need spiritual nourishment to grow. . .

Next Steps for Spiritual Gowth:

1. Discover your new life in Christ.

Now that you are a Christian, you need a basic understanding about your new life in Christ. Sign up for our free Bible study about how to access the spiritual resources God offers you. Receive assurance that you will go to Heaven, and also discover how faith, prayer, the Bible and the Holy Spirit will help you live an adventurous Christian life. (Read more)

2. Spend time in God’s Word.

It is important you discover what the Bible says about God, life and eternity.

Find the answers you seek. Be confident that the decisions you are making daily are based on truth. In fact, Jesus promised that the Truth found in the Bible will set us free from whatever has us in bondage. Begin by reading the Gospel of John. (Read more)

Perhaps you don’t have a Bible. Now you can study the Bible online or download it in many different languages. (Click here)

3. Worship God with others.

At the very moment you received Christ, you became part of God’s eternal family. Your spiritual vitality depends on you connecting regularly with your new brothers and sisters in God’s family. This “family time” provides mutual encouragement, practical insights about living the Christian life, and direction for fulfilling God’s purpose for your life. Look for a Bible believing church or group of believers in your locality. (Read more)



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