The Bible tells us that God so oved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believe in him shall be saved (John 3:16). The Bible also tells. Us that if we confess with our mouth and believe in our hearts that Christ was raised from the dead, we shall be saved.
There is no other way to be saved, only through the blood of Jesus Christ. There is no other way to get to heaven. Jesus paid the price for you. He gave his life that we might have eternal life.
You must believe that Christ died for you. You must want to have a different life, one with peace and joy. It’s the best life you could ever wish for.
I’m glad my old account was settled long ago at an old-fashioned alter. He made a change in my life. He has anointed me to preach the gospel. It’s a privilege to be chosen by God to preach his word.
You must want a change in your life, because everybody isn’t going to heaven. Only the blood washed in Christ Jesus. The Bible tells us today is the day of salvation. Tomorrow may never come. You know you don’t have the promise of tomorrow.
What is hiding you from being saved? This world is not my home. I’m just passing through. Nothing in this world is worth losing your soul.
The Bible tells us to lay up our treasures in heaven, not on earth. I don’t know how you make it without Christ. I can’t even walk without Jesus. The Bible tells all have sinned and came short of the glory of God. Jesus is your only hope.
Jesus is coming back soon. His bride (the church) must be ready for his coming. Come to Jesus today. Behold he stands at the door and knocks. Open the door of your heart and let him come in today.
You don’t know how long you have in this life, but we know eternity is a sure thing. It’s either heaven or hell, there is no in-between. Being a good person won’t get you in, only the precious blood of Jesus. He washed my sins away, and he will do the same for you.
Open your heart. Jesus says whosoever will, may come. Please make things right in your heart today. That is my prayer.
Yours in Christ Jesus,
Rev. Teresa Reid