Salvation

HOW TO COME TO CHRIST:

 

God’s Plan for Salvation

Our Problem:

While God is perfect, man has chosen to be imperfect (sinful) causing a separation that ends in eternal death.

“For the wages of sin is death…” Romans 6:23a

God’s Plan:

God intends for man to live a more rewarding life on earth with an assurance of living eternally with Him in heaven.

“…but the gift of God is eternal life…” Romans 6:23b

God’s Solution:

Jesus Christ, God in the flesh, modeled the perfect life and offered Himself as a sacrifice for man’s imperfections when He died on the cross.

“…in Christ Jesus our Lord” Romans 6:23c

 

Our Response:

Man can experience forgiveness and receive the gift of eternal life by placing his entire trust and confidence in the Lord Jesus Christ alone.

“Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved..." Acts 16:31

 

Invitation to believe:

 

“Would you like to put your ‘saving belief’ in the Lord Jesus Christ and receive eternal life?”

If you would like to receive eternal life by placing your faith in Jesus Christ, then pray this prayer right now and believe it in your heart:

“Dear Jesus, I believe you are the Son of God and that you died on the cross for my sins. Please forgive my sins and come into my life. I believe that you rose from the dead and have given me eternal life. I turn from my old ways and promise to serve you the rest of my life with your help. I believe that when I die, I will go to be with you in heaven forever. Thank you for saving me. Amen.”

 

If you just prayed this prayer we believe that you are born again.

 

We'd love to hear about this amazing decision you have made.

Please call our church office or email us at info@ifcog.org

 

 

International Fellowship Church of God

91 Madison Ave. South
Kitchener, N2G3M4    

Ontario, Canada

Email: info@ifcog.org

 
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