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Knowing Jesus Christ
The "Bridge of Life"

The prerequisite toward belonging to the Body of Christ lies primarily not in a membership, but in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The "Bridge to Life" illustration helps us to understand man and woman's dilemma and God's wonderful plan to redeem us.

Questions:

Which side are you on? If you are not on God's side, is there any reason why you cannot receive Jesus Christ right now?

How to Receive Christ:

Admit your need ('I am a sinner') and turn from your sins (repent). (Acts 3:19) Believe that Jesus Christ died for you on the cross and rose from the grave.  (John 3:36) Confess your sins (1 John 1:9)

Through prayer, invite Jesus Christ to come in and control your life through the Holy Spirit (receive Him as Savior and Lord). (John 1:12)

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The Difference Between Religion and Christianity:
Do vs. Done

Religion is spelled "D-O." It consists of trying to do enough good things to somehow please God, earn His forgiveness, and gain entrance into heaven. This self-effort plan can take many forms, from trying to be a good, moral person, to becoming an active part in an organized religion--Christian or otherwise.

The problem is, we can never know when we have done enough. Even worse, the Bible makes it clear that we can never do enough in Romans 3:23: "For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God." Simply out, the "D-O" plan cannot bring us peace with God, or even peace with ourselves.

Christianity, however, is spelled "D-O-N-E." In other words, that which we could never do for ourselves, Christ has already done for us. He lived the perfect life we could never live, and He died on the cross to pay for each of our wrongdoings. And now He freely offers us His gift of forgiveness and leadership for our lives.

But, it's not enough to just know this, we have to humbly receive what He has done for us. And we do that by asking for His forgiveness and leadership in our lives.

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The Kristo

Still a little confused?  The Kristo is a site that can explain it very well for you.  Click the picture below to visit The Kristo website.