HERE ARE THE DIRECTIONS
ON HOW TO FIND YOUR WAY HOME
You were born into a fallen world that has separated itself from our Living God. Make no mistake about it, there’s only One True God. The other ‘gods’ are fake. The Bible calls our fallen condition, ‘sin’. It’s not a bad word. Sin is simply our fallen state. We all need a Savior… a Redeemer. Jesus is, from the very beginning, the Son of God, who came as a little baby, grew up to preach the Gospel when He was 30 to 33 years of age, and then at 33, He was tortured to death, by crucifixion, for claiming exactly who He was. HOWEVER, HE AROSE FROM THE DEAD – 3 days later, thus making a way for us to get home…despite our sins and human frailty. He took all the weight of all of our sins with Him on that cross. He gave His life willingly so that we would go home to heaven and live in eternity. He made a way for us to return to our Heavenly Father, Abba, once we leave this life. Jesus has prepared a place for you and me. It’s a place of exquisite beauty, peace, health and unconditional love; it’s eternal and perfect. We will always be in health, always be filled with joy. Death will be no more. You will be the eternal person you were designed to be… in the image of God. Do you know that you were created by God to be His child forever and ever without end?
When you feel that chilling emptiness, deep, deep inside your innermost being, that’s God calling you. He wants you back. No one and nothing else can fill that void you feel. It was meant to be filled only by Yahweh God. You may be looking to other things or people to fill that void because no one has told you it’s your heavenly Father calling to you. Maybe you’ve dabbled in astrology, yoga, witchcraft, different religions, and other gods. You may keep switching to different lifestyles, religions, groups, drugs, alcohol, meditation, the occult, etc, to find that which will fill that void but nothing ever does. You always think, if this doesn’t work, I’ll just try something else. Let me tell you, there is nothing else. It’s only Jesus that can fill that emptiness …that craving for peace within. He’s as close as a simple prayer. Although it’s important to fellowship, you don’t need to run to a church building to find Him; most of the ‘buildings’ are empty of His Spirit anyway, these days. He’s right by your side right now… knocking at the door to your heart. All you have to do is ask Jesus to forgive you for your sins and He immediately will. Ask Him to take over your life and to to live His life within you. Tell Him you want to receive His Salvation and begin to live your life His way. Ask Him to fill you with His Holy Spirit from this moment forward. Tell Him you will learn of Him through the Bible and the Bible alone – all 66 Books (man created the division of the Old and New – God never did). Commit all that you have into His Mighty Hands – even your hurts. You are now 100% “born again”, according to the Scripture. Happy Re-Birth! The Bible strongly announces that “Today is the day of Salvation”. Only God, and Him alone, holds our next breath. Please don’t wait. Life is fragile and no one knows if they have tomorrow. Reach for Him now and secure your eternity. If you want someone to pray this prayer with you, just call us at 741.2141 and we will be honored to lead you to Jesus. His nail scarred hands are ready to hold you; and, when the number of your days are done, He will gently take you HOME – for all eternity.
“The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart” (that is, the word of faith that we proclaim); because, if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart one believes and is justified, and with the mouth one confesses and is saved. For the Scripture says, “Everyone who believes in him will not be put to shame.” For there is no distinction between Jew and Gentile; for the same Lord is Lord of all, bestowing His riches on all who call on Him. For “everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” (Romans 10:8-13)