A NEW ARTICLE ADDED
A new article has been added: "The Truth and Religion". It asks a simple, but very important, question of any who have an honest desire to honor and serve God through the Lord Jesus Christ. “Can I believe what I believe and practice what I practice in religion and still be found walking in the Truth?” Your answer will determine that honor and serve to God, and will be a determining factor in where you will be in eternity. Answer carefully and thoughfully.
Some Thoughts About "Organized Religion"
There seems to be a lot of people who say they believe in God, Jesus Christ and the Word of God. But they do not want anything to do with "organized religion". So they live their lives "believing" and "reading", and maybe "applying", but they will not set foot in a meeting place where "organized religion" takes place. Interesting. The new article to look at if this describes you and your interests is "Some Thoughts About "Organized Religion" under the ARTICLE tab above. The writer has some important thoughts that you just might need to consider. Let us know if it helped your thinking about "organized religion". You can contact us via email through the CONTACT tab above. Thanks for looking in on our web site.
The Gospel Plan of Salvation
There are still people who are concerned to know how to be saved from their sins, and how that is accomplished. Of course, God is concerned for your soul salvation, and He showed it by sending His Son Jesus Christ as "the Lamb of God that takes away sins". Just how is one saved from their sins?
Hear the Gospel - Matthew 7:24-27
Believe in Jesus Christ - John 8:24
Repent of sins - Luke 13:5
Confess Christ - Matthew 10:32-33
Be Baptized - John 3:5, Mark 16:16
These are what Jesus said is necessary to do to gain God's forgiveness. The first time the Gospel of Christ was preached is recorded in Acts 2. Peter's sermon about Jesus Christ and who He is and what He has done for us is recorded in Acts 2:16-36. The response of some who heard that teaching is recorded in Acts 2:37-47. In this passage you will find that what Jesus taught as being necessary for salvation is the exact response of "about 3000" people on that day of Pentecost. The result for them was the forgiveness of their sins ("for the remission of sins" - v38), and being "added by the Lord to the church" (v47). If a person interested in their own salvation from their sins today does the same as those folks in Jerusalem in Acts 2, they will receive the same forgiveness, salvation and placement in His church by the Lord Jesus Christ. If not, why not? Think about it.