Prayer of Salvation - Our First Real Conversation With God ...

The "prayer of salvation" is the most important prayer we'll ever pray. When we're ready to become a Christian, we're ready to have our first real conversation with God, and these are its components:

  • We acknowledge that Jesus The Christ is the Full Disclosure of God The father, came to earth as a man in order to live the sinless life that we cannot live; that He died in our place, so that we would not have to pay the penalty imposed upon us.
    • We recognize that Sin had been imposed on us -- as a penalty -- by the disobedience of a fallen Angel: The prince of darkness: Satan.
      • We admit that we are ready to accept the sacrifice of The Son of God: Jesus The Christ.
        • We ask God, through His Son, to continue to show His presence, His Light, His Love in our day to day affairs. 
        • "Father, I know that under the spell of the evil one, we have broken your laws and our sins have separated us from you. We are truly sorry, and now we want to turn away from a sinful life toward you. Please forgive us. We believe that your Son, Jesus Christ died for our sins, was resurrected from the dead, is alive, and hears our prayer. I invite you (through your Son) to rule and reign in our hearts from this day forward. Please send your Holy Spirit to help us obey You, and to do Your will for the rest of our lives.  Through your Son - Jesus The Christ, Amen!


        Prayer of Salvation - I've Prayed It; Now What?
        If you've prayed this prayer of salvation with true conviction and heart, you are now a follower of Jesus. This is a fact, whether or not you feel any different. Religious systems may have led you to believe that you should feel something - a warm glow, a tingle, or some other mystical experience. The fact is, you may, or you may not. If you have prayed the prayer of salvation and meant it, you are now a follower of Jesus. The Bible tells us that your eternal salvation is secure! "that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved." (Romans 10:9)