The story of redemption is the story of a just and loving God calling lost and rebellious creatures back to Himself. He began writing this glorious narrative of His goodness and grace before time began. We urge you to explore this story further. In the beginning, God created this world for His glory, and it was good and peaceful and offered us the opportunity of everlasting fellowship with Him. However, as Genesis 3 tells us, things went wrong. Because of man’s disobedience, we fell from this amicable state. Sin entered our hearts, and the world became twisted and fractured. The harmonious peace that creation once enjoyed was damaged and fell in disrepair.
Since that time, God has patiently and purposefully continued the story of redemption. God sent His only Son, Jesus, who came and lived a perfect, sinless life and offered Himself as a sacrifice for our sin on the cross. Jesus endured God’s wrath and paid the ultimate price for sin. Although it was a dark and horrendous moment of suffering and death, a spirit of peace, beauty, and hope burst forth as Christ rose three days later from the grave. That which was broken God restored through his Son.Through Christ, we are offered restoration and reconciliation. God takes what is broken and makes it new. He invites His children into relationship with Himself and into the newness of life found in Jesus.What God starts He will bring to completion, and we pray that you would be woven into the narrative.
If you feel Jesus inviting you into this story – into restored relationship with Him – turn to Him in repentance. Put your trust in Him and the work He accomplished on the cross. Believe in His power to redeem and save you.
If you want to accept Jesus as your Savior and turn from your sins, you can ask Him to be your Savior and Lord – we invite you to pray this prayer with us:
“Lord Jesus, I believe you are the Son of God and that you gave your life that I would live eternally. Cleanse me and forgive forgive my sins, make me new and come into my heart today Jesus. Take this life and make it new, lead me in your ways and show me the purpose you have for me. I love you Jesus, and I thank you for first loving me. I want you to be the Lord of my life, saviour of my soul, and my help in times of triumph and trouble. In Jesus name I pray, Amen.