Amen!Wonderful post David, I love it. You really explained the salvation process very well. Praise God!Blessings,<><
OI David! Muito bom o seu comentário.Graça e paz!
Hi David! Thank you for leaving your comment on my blog. I enjoyed your blog as well. I agree totally with everything you said, but I would like to add something if I may. I spend a lot of time on my blog explaining to people that to be saved, yes, we must confess our sins to God and except Jesus as our Saviour, but there is more to it. Anyone can say "I believe in Jesus and I accept Him as my Saviour, but the key is to LIVE for God. That truly shows that we accept Him as our Saviour. If we just say it, words mean nothing. As the old saying goes, "actions speak louder than words" and I'm not necessarily talking about doing good deeds. I'm talking about completely surrendering our lives over to God. Getting into His Word and Studying so that we know what He expects from us. There is even a scripture which says "to whom much is given, much is required." Christ gave His life for us and if we want to join Him in heaven, we MUST live for Him, and obey his commands, which include more than just the "big TEN". If you notice there is NOWHWERE in the Bible where Jesus says, "I suggest you do this, or Would you please do that for me?" He says we must do this, or just do that. Well, I guess I've overstayed my welcome. LOL! Thank you again for checking out my blog and commenting. I usually do a nightly blog post with the exception of Wednesdays because of such a full schedule, but I have been out of the country up until this past Sunday and was trying to catch up on things so I didn't have time until last night to post. I am back on schedule as of now. God bless you and your blog. May you reach many people with His Word. PJ
Hello my blessing ... okay? Another week is upon us. Praise God for the rich opportunity we have to continue our journey and review our life projects. Let the search of the means that will make us better people than we were yesterday and today. My wish is you reach your goals and that they are within a context where the direction of God and the good of those around her is a constant. Along with the peace of Christ I leave also my fraternal embrace. God bless you today and always!Missionary Cleusa Klein