End of Online Journey/ Open Invitation

I was going to end my time on the Internet anyway, but I’ve received various signals to do such earlier than I expected. Between the hateful people who ridicule me and the Lord daily, and the handful of Christians and psychologists/therapists who think I’m trying to take something of theirs away, I’m just tired. I will probably be more effective walking around and reaching out to people on the street than I am trying to reach people on a computer.

I intended only to share my story of how Jesus’ strength pulled me out of decades of abuse. It’s a story of triumph and victory. I wanted to help struggling people by sharing how I achieved such a victory with the Lord’s help. We’re supposed to lift each other up and help each other when we fall, right? So if I give someone a “tip,” it’s because I saw that person stumbling on a block I already tripped on. I always want to help pull someone up instead of leaving him or her on the ground or in the mud. I can’t in good conscience watch people suffer and struggle blindly with questionable salvations. Therefore, I always try to prevent folks from going to Hell, not lead them there or show selfish indifference.

At any rate, this part of my journey has come to an end. I’m not giving up or stopping what I’m doing in any way, but I’m taking it back to old-school methods. I’m going to leave only the post on “How to claim your free ticket to Heaven.” It’s free. It’s there for anyone who would like to meet Jesus and get out of bondage. It’s there for anyone who would like to feel real love without pain. It’s there for anyone who would like to experience eternal life and happiness. It does not matter what you have done in your past. He is there for you always and forever.

I’m not sure of the right prayer to say. When I prayed to Jesus, I prayed to him like a woman who was no longer fearful of Him. I prayed to Him like a wounded person who was ready to trust Him completely. I had prayed to Him when I was a child, but I really didn’t get to know Him until I was grown. Having the Lord lead you can be an intimidating concept when you are young and without guidance and support. Supernatural strength concepts can be intimidating even as an adult.

I used a prayer that came from my heart. Various prayers are on the Internet, however. Feel free to visit a “Christian expert” for the appropriate words. Peace and God bless.

How to Claim Your Free Ticket to Heaven

Now that I’ve gotten all that out of the way, I will write a short post that explains how you can get Jesus involved in your life and be saved. It’s absolutely necessary as we all are approaching the end times. God is only going to extend this offer for so long, then it’s a wrap. Everyone out there has the opportunity to turn away from sin, repent and submit to the Lord Jesus. The process of doing such is not “a hassle” as you may think, and what you will get is far better than anything that the world can offer you. You will get peace, happiness and everlasting life.

Money, fame and material items are only temporary, and they will not fulfill you the way that the Lord can. You were designed to have a relationship with the Creator, and nothing else will do. Artificial happiness will only cause a deeper hole in your soul that you will continue to run around trying to fill. The Lord can truly alleviate all of your pain and fill all your voids. Additionally, you will receive a “get out of hell for free” card. Would you like that? Great! Then here is what you will need to do as per the Bible and creationtips.com:

1. Admit that you are a sinner.
The Bible says, “For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23).

2. Know that God has already provided for your salvation.
“For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son [Jesus Christ] that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life” (John 3:16).

3. Know that you cannot save yourself.
“Not by works of righteousness which we have done but according to his mercy he saved us” (Titus 3:5).

4. Repent of your sins.
“Except ye repent ye shall all likewise perish” (Luke 13:3).

5. Ask Jesus Christ to save you.
“For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved” (Romans 10:13) and “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved” (Acts 16:31).

6. Proclaim Jesus before others.
“If thou shall confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shall be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness: and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation” (Romans 10:9, 10).

I would strongly suggest that you get baptized in water, as well. People argue left and right about whether baptism is required for salvation or initiation into Christendom. It’s a direct command whether it is required for salvation or not. Jesus did it, and he was without sin. He was setting an example for all of his followers. There should be no opposition to such a procedure. Some people in the Bible were saved without being baptized, but those were extreme circumstances.

As for what prayers to say, you can use a generic prayer, or you can just talk to Jesus. He’s listening, and most of the process takes less than five minutes. Sincerity and belief are the keys to making this work. Are you really sorry for the sins? Do you really believe that Jesus is the Christ? Do you believe that He is the way, the truth, and the life? Do you believe in his death, burial, and resurrection? Are you willing to allow Him to change you? Would you like to experience peace? If so, then this is the right step for you.

Good night.