God loves you and
wants to have a personal relationship with you.  
He wants to help you on your journey
through life and into eternity.  
The Bible says in Jeremiah 31:3,
“I have loved you with an everlasting love;
I have drawn you with unfailing kindness.”
There is a problem, however.  
You along with everyone else
have chosen to go your own way.  
Your sins have caused a separation
between God and you.  
The Bible says in Isaiah 59:2,
“…it is your sins that separate you from God.”
You must realize you can’t do enough
good works to get to heaven..  
Titus 3:5 says, “{God} saved us.  
It was not because of any good deeds
that we ourselves had done,
but because of his own mercy that he saved us.”
You must realize that you fall short
of what God expects.  
You are a sinner.  
The Bible says the penalty
for your sins is death
(spiritual separation from God forever).  
these words – alone, pain, lost, separated, forever – describe that kind of experience.  
But God does not want that to happen to anyone.
The Bible says in Romans 3:23,
“The wages of sin is death,
but the free gift of God
is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
So God did for us
what we could not do for ourselves.  
He sent Christ to die to provide a bridge
so we could cross over to God.  
These words –
Love, hope, peace, trust, friend and future,
describe what comes from a relationship
with Jesus Christ.
When Jesus Christ died on the cross,
He died for you.  
He paid in full the penalty for your sins
and rose again to prove
He is the Savior of the world.  
Romans 5:8, “But God demonstrates
his own love for us in this:
While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
It is not enough just to know this.  
You need to personally receive Christ
by asking Him to forgive you
and to come into your life.  
This means you become willing to serve Him
instead of yourself.
Did you make that choice?  
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