This is only for people who believe the Bible to be God's word.
Change is not something that people like to do because it requires work and going into unfamiliar territory. But change we must, if we expect to see God's face in peace on Judgment Day. Man isn't born with a relationship with God. That relationship must be formed by man accepting God's plan of salvation and by doing that, man establishesfriendship with the Creator (John 15:10, 14; John 6:45; Romans 6:1–18; John 8:31–32; 1 John 2:3–6).
The warning from God to man, "is repent or perish," (Luke 13:3). Repenting isn't a matter of opinion, but it is a very necessary act (Acts 17:30). Look at this verse, "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God," (Matthew 5:8). Being pure in heart is a quality one obtains by conforming to the principles of God's word. Now the flip side is, one who isn't pure in heart, won't see God. Here is another verse, "Be ye also ready, for Jesus will come when you think not," (Matthew 24:44). Getting ready to meet Christ means applying change or be lost for eternity (Matt. 25:46). Consider yourself as you are right now; are you willing to make a change? I mean not change to what you want but changing to be as God expects you to be. If one wishes to go to heaven, he or she must change because the only way a person will get to heaven is to live God's way (Matt. 7:21; Revelation 22:13–15). If you are convinced of your need for change, we can help.
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