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ACCEPTING JESUS CHRIST 

To receive Jesus Christ as the Lord and Saviour of your life today, sincerely pray from your heart.

Dear Jesus, I am sorry for my sin and I ask you to forgive me now. I believe that you died for me that you rose again on the third day. I confess to you that I am a sinner and that I need your love and forgiveness. Cleanse my heart with your blood. Come into my life, forgive my sins, and give me eternal life. I confess you now as my Lord. Thank you for my Salvation. If you prayed that prayer of Salvation we want you to know that God has brought you back into a loving relationship with Him through His Son Jesus Christ. You are forgiven. You have Salvation. You are blessed, kindly filling our decision card online.

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