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How To Receive Salvation
  
All you have to do is believe and confess that Jesus is your Savior. You are not saved by works - by all the good deeds you do. If that were the case we wouldn't have needed a Savior. You are saved because of your faith in His great sacrifice. Jesus didn't come here just for our eternal salvation, but for our comprehensive salvation while we are on this earth. When we make Him not only our Savior, but our Lord, we can be delivered from many afflictions. All we have to do is believe, receive, and act. Faith without works (action) is dead. Be a verbal partner with God, speak His word, declare and decree and see how your world will change! Rhonda Landry, Glory Gate Publishing and Ministries


Enter The Narrow Gate
  
There is only one gate and it is Jesus Christ. Believing and receiving Him is doing the will of the Father. Faith is what pleases Him most - faith in His son to save us from ourselves. Jesus is the truth, the way, the light. When we fully receive Him and His word, we are transformed. His laws become written on our hearts. We have the first installment of His promise: the Holy Spirit who guides us in all of our ways. It is not works that saves us, which Jesus tells us in Matt 7:22, which is the very nest thing He says after His comment about the narrow gate. HE IS THE GATE! HE IS THE ONLY THING THAT CAN MAKE US RIGHTEOUS. Let's all bless His Holy Name! Rhonda Landry, Glory Gate Publishing and Ministries


Do You Get Discouraged
  
God instructs us to give him all of our troubles:

"Casting all your cares upon Him for he cares for you" (1 Peter 5:7, KJV).

Pour your heart out to Him, and tell Him everything. Nothing will surprise or shock Him, and nothing can ever separate you from His love. (Romans 8:38-39). After you have poured your heart out, leave it there with Him, don't dwell on it anymore. When He says cast, He means to throw it to Him. He didn't say to reel it back in! When you do this, you will be amazed at how light your load is. Rhonda Landry, Glory Gate Publishing and Ministries



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