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Showing posts with label Good Shepherd. Show all posts

What is the Prayer of Salvation? @Thus Says My Lord

Prayer of Salvation or "Salvation Prayer", is a simple prayer which that help us realize our sin, the punishment of sin and the only way to get redemption. By faith we pray this prayer and see transformation from God in our life. The biblical method of salvation is faith in Jesus Christ.

All have sinned, and in this way death came to all men...Therefore, just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all men, because all sinned [Romans 5:12]

Lord is a good God and hence made an option for us to be redeemed from our sin and receive our redemption, our salvation.

Accepting Jesus as our Savior and reading this prayer aloud with faith, will activate a new life in you. Say this prayer with the faith that Lord dies for me and that he is the only way through we get the salvation in your life. He has taken all the punishments that we were supposed to face because of our sins, but with the death of Jesus Christ for us we are delivered of this punishment. We have received victory over all our problems and sickness through our Lord Jesus Christ.


Heavenly Father, I come into your presence humbly, accepting myself as a sinner and that you had come to this world to save me. As your word says:

"That if you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved." [Romans 10:9]

Father God... I take your word and I confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, and that You have raised Him from the dead, to save me. I accept Jesus Christ as my personal and only Savior. 

Thank you for coming into my heart and filling me with your presence and giving me your Holy spirit.I believe and receive my Salvation.

Amen...

God is a Loving God, full of Grace and Mercy.. Accept this Lord as your personal Savior and experience a changed life... I thanks God for giving this opportunity to share this prayer with you...



Reciting a prayer, including this salvation prayer, just cannot save anyone of us. If you want to receive the salvation that is available through Jesus, place your faith in Him completely.Completely rely on Him alone as your Savior.

Who knows me completely?

I am the good shepherd. I know my own and my own know me..
[John 10:14]

I know that there would had been a situation in life when we would have asked this question to ourselves... Who knows me? Who knows me, this is a important question for us, because of the way we link us to this world and people who stay around us. We value us by the people who knows us. If i have more people knowing me we feel proud.

In this world, we feel we have an existence if we have a value in others eyes. We usually map ourselves and our value based on what others think and talk about us, or who all knows and loves us. There is nothing wrong in this attitude, if we take our life as our life and other people around us as a valuable asset whose views and response can change our attitude. We had been born in this attitude from birth. To a large extent what we see around us make us how we think and act now. During all these times we tend to loose our actual and genuine value, which has to be not seen from the eyes of people around us or our friends, or our families, but from the eyes of the one who had created us.

Walk with the faith...Your Good Shephard is with you

Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.
[Psalm 23:4]
Chapter 23 from the book of Psalm, entirely talks about God and his grace, support, protection, and safety around us. Especially the verse in context talk about the presence of God with us in every place we plan to travel, and that he will be our safety and protector. There are two reference that is highlighted here in this verse. These are "valley of shadow of death" and "your rod and your staff". Lets see these two reference in detail to understand the verse in context.

According to the Bible History, two of the most important tools of a Shepherd were the rod and staff. The rod was a stick about a meter long with a knob on one end.