The only True Beauty comes from a life Fully Surrendered to Jesus Christ.
Who is Jesus Christ? Many people will acknowledge Jesus Christ as a good man, a great teacher, or even a prophet of God. These things are definitely true of Jesus, but they do not fully define who He truly is. The Bible tells us that Jesus is God in the flesh, God in human form (see John 1:1, 14). God came to earth to teach us, heal us, correct us, forgive us—and die for us! Jesus Christ is God, the Creator, the sovereign Lord. Have you accepted this Jesus?
What is a Savior, and why do we need a Savior? The Bible tells us that we have all sinned; we have all committed evil acts (Romans 3:10-18). As a result of our sin, we deserve God's anger and judgment. The only just punishment for sins committed against an infinite and eternal God is an infinite punishment (Romans 6:23; Revelation 20:11-15). That is why we need a Savior!
Jesus Christ came to earth and died in our place. Jesus' death was an infinite payment for our sins (2 Corinthians 5:21). Jesus died to pay the penalty for our sins (Romans 5:8). Jesus paid the price so that we would not have to. Jesus' resurrection from the dead proved that His death was sufficient to pay the penalty for our sins. That is why Jesus is the one and only Savior (John 14:6; Acts 4:12)! Are you trusting in Jesus as your Savior?
Is Jesus your “personal” Savior? Many people view Christianity as attending church, performing rituals, and/or not committing certain sins. That is not Christianity. True Christianity is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Accepting Jesus as your personal Savior means placing your own personal faith and trust in Him. No one is saved by the faith of others. No one is forgiven by doing certain deeds. The only way to be saved is to personally accept Jesus as your Savior, trusting in His death as the payment for your sins and His resurrection as your guarantee of eternal life (John 3:16). Is Jesus personally your Savior?
Becoming a believer can take place anywhere. Going through the steps below will require praying to God so you may want a quiet place where you would not be interrupted. Prayer is simply talking to God. There is no special language and there are no special words. God sees you and knows what you are thinking in your heart. So, as long as this is a genuine point in your life He will most assuredly hear what you say.
You cannot get close to God in pride. There is no access to God with pride.
It's about Having a Personal Relationship with our Creator/Savior - Jesus Christ That Will Determine Where You Spend Eternity.
Jesus Christ is Everything or He's Nothing.
Jesus, being perfect in all aspects, bridged the gap between God and man, by becoming the only God-Man -- completely divine, yet completely human at the same time.
God's gift to mankind was Jesus Christ - His only son, Jesus came to earth to die for us on the Cross, He took our hell on the cross that we deserved.
You can either accept the gift of Jesus and turn from your evil ways and sin to have everlasting life with God in Heaven or you will stand guilty in front of the gift that you Rejected when you Die.
Jesus says: I am the Truth and the Life, nobody comes to the Father except threw me.
There had to be a way to bridge the gap, to SAVE mankind from eternal separation from God. Jesus Christ is that Bridge.
As you surrender to Jesus, Please ask Jesus Christ for the Holy Spirit.
If you are a new Christian: Listen to the Holy Spirit because the Holy Spirit Is God. Tell someone you are a believer. Start with reading the gospel of John in the Bible. Try to read parts of the bible each day. Try to pray each day. One of the best things about becoming a believer is allowing God to lead you in your life. Become a member of a Christian church.
Are you allowing God the Holy Spirit to work in your life? Are you letting Him sanctify you? Has He given you power to be an effective witness? Are you manifesting the “fruit of the Spirit?” Have you discovered the spiritual gifts that the Spirit has given you? Are you letting Him use you in the body of Christ?
The Holy Spirit wants to take up personal residence inside us. We can have a joyful life filled with the presence of the Spirit. We should listen carefully for the Spirit, for He loves to encourage and empower those who are willing to obey His voice as they study Scripture.