How can you Know Jesus as Your Savior?
Admit that you are a sinner and daily fall short of what God wants for your life. God loves us and wants to have a loving relationship with us (1 John 4:7-12). Yet, through our sin (our selfishness, pride, and stubbornness), we have run away from God (Genesis 2:17, 3:5; Mark 7:21-23). Salvation requires that we accept responsibility for our disobedience, turning from certain death to new life in Him (Ezekiel 18:30-32).
Believe in who Christ is and what He has done for us. Christ is fully God (John 1:1), and He lived a perfect, fully human life (Hebrews 11:6) to die an unfair death on the cross for our sins (John 3:16). Salvation confesses that the Lord—through His longstanding, unwavering kindness—can forgive us for our past and future sins (Romans 2:4).
Commit to follow Christ. Salvation is just the beginning of our change from a life distant from God to a new life in Christ (Romans 3:9-26). For true real-life transformation, this means to daily deny our selfish desires and:
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