Are You A New Believer?

New believer!

When a person becomes a new believer, there is a danger that they see things through rose-colored glasses. Being a new believer does not mean all your problems will go away, but it does say God will always be with you from now on and through eternity! Here are some encouraging scriptures about being a new believer.



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You can understand why I’m a believer. I have seen miracles. ~ Ben Carson

Acts 8:15 When they arrived, they prayed for the new believers there that they might receive the Holy Spirit.






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Stay Close To God As A New Believer And Always!

New believer!

As a new believer, you will see yourself grow step by step. Give God all the glory for what He has done in your life!

Do you want to be a new believer in Jesus Christ and would like to know what to do next? Let us help shed some light on this subject. 

You must first understand that God created you for his pleasure and purpose with Him and us to live for Him freely.

The problem is that sin prevents us from having a relationship with God, but God made the ultimate sacrifice to bridge us back together with God.  

Once you believe that and that Jesus rose from the grave, you ask Him to be the Lord of your life, ask him to help you with your decisions and guide your behavior.

The more you learn about Jesus from the Bible, the more you become more like Him. Ask Him to be your Lord and Savoir and that you are not perfect and that you are ready to follow Him.








Words To The Wise:

How to be happy?

Forgive others and yourself, and find the happiness you desire. Love God and love others.

If your intention for coming to Christ is to get a better marriage, become successful, or have better self-esteem, don’t make that the reason.

Suppose we do not intend to take the Christian life seriously or plan on making Christianity not a matter of just adding church attendance on Sunday. Then continuing in the sins that have damned us to Hell, if we have no intention of serving the One who offers us eternal life, then, by all means, do not make a pretense of coming to Christ.

But, if we understand that there is nowhere else that we can go to have eternal life but to the Lord Jesus Christ, come to Him! We need to realize that we must turn from our lying, lust, thievery, rebellion, then go to Him by all means!

If we understand that He was our substitute and sacrifice for our sins, come to Him!