When it comes to Salvation our forefathers taught a very simple Bible based message and that was, that there was but two steps to Salvation:
Step out of yourself……. Let go of everything that you think merits you favour with God, because it doesn’t. There is nothing that we can do of ourselves that can earn us Salvation. We must come to God as we are, sinners. We must repent, for repentance is absolutely necessary for Salvation, no one can be saved without it.
Step into Christ……. We must come to God as sinners and ask for His mercy. We must believe and accept that Salvation is a free gift from God and that, the Lord Jesus Christ, God’s only Begotten Son, has achieved our Salvation for us on the Cross when he died for our sins. Step into Christ, accept Him as your Saviour and you will be saved. Don’t and you won’t
THERE IS NO OTHER WAY!
If you are not saved and would like to be saved. Then you may find the following prayer helpful
GOD BE MERCIFUL TO ME A SINNER.
I REPENT OF MY SINS AND PLACE MY TRUST IN THE LORD JESUS CHRIST, FOR MY SALVATION.
MAKE ME A NEW CREATURE IN HIM AND GIVE ME THE POWER TO LIVE MY LIFE FOR YOU FROM THIS MOMENT FORWARD AND SERVE YOU.
IN JESUS NAME, AMEN.
If you have prayed this prayer and accepted The Lord Jesus as your saviour. Then you need to tell someone, another Christian, what you have done. So they can help and encourage you in the faith. If you don’t know anyone you can talk to about this, then contact us, we would love to hear from you.
We can be contacted online firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively write to The Chaplin,
Pastor Graham Lawther 16 Ballybay Avenue, Portadown, BT62 4BA
If anyone who is in any doubt as to whether they have made their peace with God, we would ask you to consider reading:-
Seven Steps to Knowing God
This clearly sets out the Biblical view of the sinful state of man before a Holy God, and the only means of reconciliation, through the all sufficient sacrifice the Lord Jesus Christ made by shedding His Blood at Calvary.
The Bible says it, we believe it, that settles it!