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Many people throughout their whole lives go without some type of guidance We go on living and making our own decisions not really knowing if they are the correct choices We continue roaming this earth not having the slightest idea of what our purpose actually is When I accepted the Lord into my life I was no longer one of those people I was no longer questioning I was no longer wondering My lifes purpose was no longer unanswered It was the month of November in the year 2000 in the cafeteria of Burton Middle School where my friends LaKeisha Webb and Alexus Terry formally told me about God and his free gift They called it witnessing They started off by saying that God loves me and turned to the well known John 316 in The Holy Bible Next they told me that all of mankind have sinned and showed me in Romans 323 Then LaKeisha and Alexus explained the result of sin by flipping to Romans 512 Then I had learned something I had never heard of before They turned to the verses Ephesians 28-9 where they taught me that good works cannot get you into heaven but by his grace are we saved Then they explained his free gift to me Romans 623 talks about the price of sin being death but having Gods son Jesus Christ is eternal life And finally after knowing and believing all of this you can become a new creature To finish they thumbed to the final verses Romans 109-13 which read If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead you shall be saved For who ever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved With that being read I made the decision to call upon the Lord confess and repent my sins at that moment because I knew the
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