God loves you and has a plan for your life. If you feel far from Him, we’d like to share with you how you can find your way back to Him.
God created us, and He is the only one who can satisfy our hearts. Our problem is that instead of looking to God, we’ve turned to other things to make us happy.
We have all sinned by turning away from God and replacing Him with things we believed would satisfy our hearts.
The penalty for sin is spiritual death. Everyone dies physically. But after our body dies, we don’t cease to exist. Our soul will spend eternity with God in heaven or without God in hell. The cost for rejecting God in this life is to be judged by Him in the next. However, God loves us and offers to forgive all of our sin.
God loves us, so He sent His Son, Jesus, to die in our place. When Jesus was crucified, God placed all of our sin on His Son. Jesus died to pay the penalty for our sin, so we could be forgiven and receive eternal life. We know this because three days after He died, He was resurrected!
We must choose to receive God’s forgiveness and His gift of eternal life. We can do nothing to earn it. We receive it by faith.
Accept God’s gift of salvation.
Are you ready to accept God’s gift of salvation? Do you realize that only God is glorious enough to satisfy your heart? Are you ready to turn from your sin, accept God’s forgiveness and receive His free gift of eternal life? If so, you can receive God’s gift right now with the following prayer…
“Father, I acknowledge that You created me and that only You can satisfy my heart. It’s in You, my Creator, that I find my purpose. But I have sinned against You by turning my back on You and trying to replace You with other things. This has left my heart hard and empty and deserving of eternal death. But I have come to learn that You love me and I now believe that You sent Your Son, Jesus to die on the Cross for my sin and that He rose from the dead. I receive Your forgiveness and gift of eternal life. I place my life in Your hands and choose to be a follower of Jesus. Amen.”
The moment you finished saying this prayer, this is what just took place in your heart…
And you did not receive the “spirit of religious duty,” leading you back into the fear of never being good enough. But you have received the “Spirit of full acceptance,” enfolding you into the family of God. And you will never feel orphaned, for as he rises up within us, our spirits join him in saying the words of tender affection, “Beloved Father!” For the Holy Spirit makes God’s fatherhood real to us as he whispers into our innermost being, “You are God’s beloved child!” (Romans 8:15-16 TPT)