Hear the message of the Cross from Billy Graham by clicking on the picture above!
Is Jesus important to you?
Do you understand His claims to be Savior and Lord?
His desire is for you to understand who He is and the role He longs to play in your life. His desire is to glorify Himself in you.He will do this and become a constant companion, counselor, and guide in your life if you will give Him opportunity.
Do you need a friend? Does your life need guidance?
Do you need help? Do you need forgiveness?
You need Jesus.
He longs to have a relationship with you.
He wants to give you forgiveness and His salvation.
Salvation is a gift from God.
It is not something you earn or buy.
Eternal life is not the end result of a good life.
You can not receive it by being baptized or going to church.
Here are some things the Holy Spirit will help you understand. Please look up and refer to the included Scripture references
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1. God loves you very much and pursues a relationship with you.
(John 3:16,17 and 6:44)
2. You are a sinner and are separated from God because of your sin.
In and of himself, man is utterly helpless to save himself. You need a Savior.
(Romans 3:10-12 & 23, 5:8, and 6:23)
Pray this in your heart to receive Jesus and make him Lord of your life!
Lord Jesus, I confess that I am a sinner, and I need your forgiveness. I repent of my sin and desire to give all that I am for all that You are. Help me to live for You. Help me to worship You and give You glory through my thoughts, motives, words, and actions. May I be a faithful witness to the life-changing grace that You offer in Christ Jesus. I commit my life to you from here on! I ask this in the name of Jesus, amen.
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