THE Free Gift

When someone brings you a birthday present, it only becomes yours, when you accept it. You must make the choice to receive it.

A gift only becomes yours when you accept it.

Have you received THE gift? The one that will exceed all others?

This gift, if received or rejected, has eternal consequences..

God knew we were incapable of living a sinless life..

So he chose to send His Son Jesus Christ, providing for us with the greatest gift.

What is THE gift?

 

The gift is salvation through Jesus Christ. Salvation is free. .

Jesus Christ paid for this gift. He paid the ultimate price. He willingly laid down His life and died to pay for our sins, so that we might be given the opportunity to receive salvation.

We have the choice to receive or reject the gift of salvation.

How do I obtain this gift?

 

To possess the gift of salvation, you must confess…

1. That you believe in Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

2. That you believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead. (Romans 10:9-10)

3. That you know you’re a sinner, and incapable of saving yourself. (Romans 3:23)

 What do I obtain in possessing THE gift?

 

Upon believing in Christ, by confessing with your mouth and believing in your heart that He died and rose again.

You will receive eternal life in Heaven. (John 6:47 & 5:24;1 Cor. 2:9, John 14:2-3) )

What will happen should I reject THE gift?

 

Salvation through Christ saves you from an eternity separated from God, in a place called Hell.

There will be no second chances, only eternal life in Heaven or an eternity in Hell will be awaiting all when their lives on this earth have ended.

 

This gift is offered to you. If you have not received it, will you accept it today?

Accepting this gift requires only a believing heart, a verbal confession of belief and need for salvation.

If you have any questions regarding this gift of God, please email me today @ simplyhelpinghim (at) gmail (dot) com

Should you accept this gift, I would love to welcome you to the family of God. Would you email me today (at the above email address) so I can do so.

 

2 comments

  1. Peggy L

    Don’t you have to believe that you have sinned, and that you can’t save yourself?

    Blessings,

    Peggy

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      Absolutely! Blessings!

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