There are certain points we all need to understand about the salvation of Jesus.
Committing your life to Jesus is a personal and individual decision. By praying a prayer like this, you are inviting Jesus into your life and releasing your cares and worries to Him.
“Jesus, right now, I ask You to become Lord of my life. You are my Savior and I thank You for the sacrifice You made on the cross. I receive Your grace and confidently believe that my life is forever changed.
Jesus, help me to live for You. My heart and my life are open to what You have for me. I want to know Your ways and love people as You love me. Everything within me is submitted to You. Thank You for Your mercy, hope, and unfailing love.
In Your name I pray, Amen.”
We’d love to celebrate with you! Let us know about your decision for Jesus by filling out this Connect Card. We want to help you with your next steps and getting you connected to the family of New Life Church.
Water baptism is a step of obedience that symbolizes that we belong to Jesus and have committed our lives to Him. It is also a reminder of what Jesus did for us. When we go down into the water, we’re reminded of Jesus’ death on the cross and His payment for our sins. When we come out of the water, we’re reminded that three days later, Jesus rose from the dead! Though not essential for salvation, baptism is instructed by the Word of God so that you may go public with your faith.
We believe that water baptism is an important step in your walk with Jesus. You can register for an upcoming baptism at your campus today!
Everyone of importance in the Bible practiced fasting: Moses, David, Elijah, Esther, Daniel, Anna, Paul, Jesus, just to name a few. When Jesus taught on fasting, He would say “When you fast” not “If you fast”. He assumed that we would fast. We were created with fasting, think about it, if you sleep 8 hours a day, then you are sleeping 1/3 of your life. If you live, say, 75 years, that’s 25 years asleep, or 9,125 days. When you sleep, you are fasting, that’s why morning meal is called breakfast – it’s when you break your fast.
BENEFITS OF FASTING:
HOW TO BEGIN:
Source: Vlad Savchuk https://www.hungrygen.com/fasting