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Cornerstone Baptist Church
How Can I Be Saved?
Each one of us has an appointment with death (Hebrews 9:27). When death comes, your eternity is just beginning! The Bible is clear that every person will spend a real, conscious, forever in either Heaven (Revelation 21-22) or Hell (Luke 16:19-31). There is no other alternative given in scripture. God loves you so much that He has made a way for you to go to Heaven, and He left the decision up to you. Here are the things you need to know concerning salvation:
I. Every person is a sinner by birth (Romans 5:12) and by choice (Romans 3:23). Sin is violating the expectations of God, and also failing to live up to His perfection. Because of our sin, we have earned eternal separation from God.
II. Our good works cannot help us be saved (Ephesians 2:8-9, Titus 3:5). Isaiah 64:6 declares that even when we try our very best to do good, that "our righteousnesses are as filthy rags!"
III. Jesus is the ONLY way of salvation (John 14:6, Acts 4:10-12). No one else, not Muhammad, not Buddha, NO-ONE but Jesus can remove your sins!
IV. You must repent (Luke 13:3-5; Romans 2:4). To repent means to turn from one thing to another. To be saved, you must willingly turn away from your old life of sin, and turn to a new life in Christ. You must turn from you being the lord of your life to Christ being in charge (Romans 10:9).
V. You must believe that He died on the cross to pay for your sins, and is now risen from the dead (Romans 10:9). The resurrection of Christ is the most well documented fact in human history, and it is the proof that he is the Son of God (Romans 1:4).
VI. You must ask him to save you (Romans 10:13)
If you would like to be saved, please pray this prayer from your heart to God, and mean every word of it:
"Dear God, I know I am a sinner by birth and by choice. I ask you to please forgive me. I know that you died on the cross to save me from my sins, and I thank you. I know that you rose from the dead, and that you are even now calling me to yourself. I willingly turn from my old life of sin to a new life in you. I give you complete authority over my life. Please save me now from my sin. Thank you Lord, amen."
If you have just prayed that prayer and meant it, on the authority of God's Word (John 6:37) you are saved. We would love to hear from you if you have done this today, and will do everything we can to help you in your new walk with Christ.
Pastor Bo Wagner
The Hope on the Hill