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 1. For the plain simple fact that Jesus loves you (John 15:9). No where in the bible will you find Jesus showing hatred to anyone. Jesus is love, and he wants to show us just how much he loves us. He proved it already by willingly sacrificing himself on the cross (Romans 5:8) to wipe our slate clean so we can be reconciled before our Heavenly Father and one day spend eternity in Heaven. 2.So that you can have his free gift of everlasting life (John 3:16). Rest assured that if you ask for salvation prior to death, the very minute you cease to exist on this earth, you will be in the prescence of God forever in Heaven (II Corinthians 5:8). 3. So that once you receive salvation and begin to study God's word, not only will you learn about your Creator (Genesis 1:1), you'll learn your purpose in life and through the transformation of a new mind and a new way of thinking (ll Corintians 5:17), you'll find peace (John 16:33) and joy (John 15:11) that you have never ever experienced before. 4. Furthermore, upon studying God's word you'll soon begin to know how to access all the blessings promised to you by our Heavenly Father (Ephesians 3:8). You'll learn how to become healthy, wealthy, and wise in all areas of your life (lll John 1:2) . You'll begin to grasp the meaning of "there's got to be more in life", and when you realize'll want to tell others all about it. It's really hard to contain something so good especially when it's happening to you. So... How do I receive this gift? Easy...Jesus says it's so easy even a child is able (Matthew 18:3-4). He made it so simple anyone can recieve this precious gift. All you have to do is to humble yourself before Jesus and verbally acknowledge him as Lord and Savior of your life. *NOTE* To humble yourself before Jesus means: To acknowledge the sovereignty of his authority and his being (Psalm 145: 3-4, 13), giving respect to his holiness and all things that are placed under him by bowing down at his feet and recieving all his goodness through his grace and our justification. Why? Jesus Wants You!
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