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On April 16 2000 I experienced something that would change my lifeforever I was at the Church at Quail Creek and my pastor was preachingand he inspired me to ask Jesus into my heart I met with him after theservice and he asked me questions to make sure I understood theconcept I believed in God with all my heart and confessed my sins Ibecame part of Gods kingdom and this day influenced my life in everyway possibleThis day gave me purpose I started reading the Bible and learning whatGod wanted for me I tried to obey His commands and felt convicted if Idid not follow them I also started witnessing to others aboutChristianity I wanted others to find the comfort that I had found Ialso did not want to be held accountable for any lost souls I had awhole new outlook on how to handle issues I wanted to do my best inanything I did I was striving to make God proud so that ourrelationship would prosperOn this day I also found my most meaningful relationship I communicatedwith God at any time He talked to me through His scripture I wouldpray to Him and He would always eventually answer I loved to know hewas right there even though I could not see Him God brought me suchpeace during my struggles I could be stressed and He calmed me and letme know it would all work out I knew that He would never leave orforsake me This was a relationship that I would never have to worryabout my partners short comings God never betrayed me I just had toworry about treating God right This relationship helped me understandmy destiny is safe with GodThis day gave me a hope for my future I knew from reading the Biblethat I did not have to be afraid of where I might end up one day I hadfaith that when I died I would go to Heaven and be with
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