Three Simple Words

Ed Wacaster By Ed Wacaster, 1st May 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Three simple words can change you life forever. Forgiveness of sins is just a few words away. Asking Jesus to forgive your sins is so simple. Do it.

Three Simple Words

I was at my Uncles celebration of life this morning with a heavy heart. He was such a great guy, very loving, never judging anyone and everyone’s friend. The world is always a little dimmer when someone of this caliber slips into eternity. It’s bittersweet to lose someone to death like this. You hate to lose them, yet you’re happy for them at the same time, because they’re in Heaven. But I’m not there yet.
These types of events cause one to ponder life and what happens after it’s over. None of us are getting out of here alive, which raises so many questions. Am I going to make it Heaven or not? Have I been good enough to get there? How hard is to get to Heaven? Am I doing the right things? Questions, questions and even more questions!
I’m going to do my best to answer some of these questions, but I’m going to use Scriptures to so. I would encourage doing your own studies in the Bible and memorizing as much as you can as you go along. Heaven is a goal to be attained and a reward that last for eternity. The wealthiest people on this planet have not lived in the luxury Heaven has waiting for us. The way to Heaven is paved and well lit. It is not a secret and never has been. We as a society have dimmed those lights and that paved road is now in terrible shape, full of pot holes and ruts.
Or so we think. Look at these Scriptures that plainly show us the way to Heaven. They are not difficult to understand at all. John 3:16: “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.” Romans 5:8: “But God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” 1 John 1:9: “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” Nope, that road mentioned earlier is still in very in good repair. Just as it has always been and always will, until Jesus returns to catch us in the air. “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever,” Hebrews 13:8. The rules that applied to the Christians after the Resurrection still apply today without any difference whatsoever.
It’s still just as simple to accept Jesus Christ as your Savior today as it was back then. Three simple words spoken with a sincere heart will change your entire being clear down to the lowest parts of your soul. “Jesus forgive me.” That’s all it takes my friend. If you pray those simple words then Jesus forgives you. It’s as simple as that. There’s nothing more to do to obtain your Salvation. Now go a live a more happier and fruitful life. You just made friends with the Creator of this universe and everything in it.
In these crazy turbulent times we live in, it’s an awesome thing to know that God is still in control. All of this has been foretold thousands of years ago. We are the lucky ones that get to watch it all happen right before our eyes. It’s both frightening and exciting at the same time. We have been witnessing the Blood Moons over the past year and still have another later in 2015 to watch. The conditions are moving in the direction of Christ’s return at an alarming rate. My hope and prayer for you is that you say those three simple words. “Jesus forgive me,” is all it takes. You’ll be so glad you did.
Eternity is a really long time to live in Heaven with all of your loved ones that have gotten there before you. What a family reunion that will be. And you can’t forget all of those friends you had throughout your life. Getting to reconnect with them and visit with them forever! WOW! Three simple words are all it takes my friend. Do it.


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author avatar Ed Wacaster
I have held every position in a church, except "Senior Pastor." I was on the board of directors for a prison ministry for 20 years. Now I just write.

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