Are you on your way to heaven?
The Bible says that you can confidently know that heaven will be your eternal destination. Here’s how:
This means that every person born, including you, has sinned and are not as perfect as God. God is perfect and lives in a perfect place (heaven).
Since we are not perfect like He is, we cannot enter heaven.
Death is separation. Sin causes physical death, where we are separated from our loved ones in this world. Sin also causes spiritual death, which is much more serious. This is where we will be judged by God and sent to the lake of fire, away from His presence for ever.
Here’s the beginning of the Good News! God doesn’t want you to go to the lake of fire. So He provided a way of escape for by sending His Son, Jesus, to die on the cross. Jesus suffered God’s punishment for sin so that we wouldn’t have to.
God has a gift for you: eternal life! This life is possible because Jesus both died and rose from the grave, conquering death.
The gift of God is waiting for you! Just simply call on the Lord in prayer and ask for the gift of eternal life, believing these simple truths of the Bible.
Since tomorrow is not promised and your eternal destination is at stake, God encourages you to be saved today. “Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation” (II Corinthians 6:2).
You can make heaven your home right now!
If you would like to trust Jesus as your Savior, pray a prayer like this:
I know that I have sinned and deserve to spend eternity in hell.
I believe that You died on the cross to pay the penalty for my sins.
I now repent of my sins and trust You for the eternal salvation of my soul so that I can spend eternity in heaven with You.
If you prayed this simple prayer in faith that Jesus would save you, God promises you that you now have eternal life! “And this is the promise that He hath promised us, even eternal life” (I John 2:25).
If you’ve just asked Jesus to save you, please let us know so that we can rejoice with you!
Email Pastor Lance / Call Covenant Baptist Church at (586) 731-3311