by Dennis Kelly


Jesus Save Me.

These are wonderful words. These three words save you from Hell and admit you to Heaven. In Acts 2:21, the Bible says "whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved."

Are you included in whosoever? Yes, of course you are!

Who is the Lord. The Lord's name is Jesus.

Say out loud: "Jesus Save Me!"

You are in.

You say you do not believe there is a Heaven or a Hell. You do not believe in Jesus. You say that when you die that is all there is.

Suppose there is a Hell. You surely do not want to go there. It is a bad place. If you say out loud: "Jesus Save Me", then you do not go there. If there is no Hell, then you do not go. If there is a Hell and you have never said "Jesus save me", then you go to Hell, whether you believe it or not. It seems to me that

saying the words "Jesus Save Me" is good insurance. And its free. If there is no Hell, then it does not matter what you say. If Hell is real you can avoid it with three words: "Jesus Save Me!".

You say: There has to be more to it than that. Oh, yes! "Jesus Save me" is just the beginning. You can look forward to a wonderful life with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit leading you from victory to victory for the rest of your life and from all eternity. Will there be problems? Yes! But victory is assured.

Acts 4:12 Jesus is the only name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved. Jesus is the name of the Lord. While we were yet sinners Jesus came to earth, was killed and raised from the dead Acts 4:10 so that we might be saved. Jesus set up the deal 2000 years ago -- before you and I were born. But we have to accept by saying out loud "Jesus Save Me".

Is that all we have to do? YES!

Isn't there more to it than that? Yes. Gloriously more. “Jesus save me” is just the beginning.

Begin your own follow-up by saying, out loud:

1. Dear God, in the Name of Jesus, forgive me for my sins.

(Now you are forgiven for all the things that you have done that were against the will of God.)

2. Jesus be Lord of my life. (Lord means boss.)

3. Thank you, Jesus.

(You should always thank someone for doing something for you and Jesus has just done you a big favor.)

Jesus Save me is your ticket to Heaven. From all that I have heard, Heaven is a wonderful place Let's go and find out.


Jesus is Lord. (Romans 1:3)

Jesus is the King of Kings. (1 Tim 3:14-15)

Jesus has all power in heaven and earth. (Mat 28:18)

Jesus has power over all flesh. (John 17:2)

At the name of Jesus every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Jesus is Lord. (Phil 2:10-11)

Jesus has given us power over all the power of the enemy. (Luke 10:19)

Now find a Bible and read it. The New International Version is a good translation.

Find a Bible believing church and attend. The Stanwood Foursquare Church in Stanwood, Washington is a Bible believing church.

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