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Prayer of Salvation

When you pray the prayer of salvation, you are making an individual choice to choose The Father. You are coming to God just as you are, repenting (for your sins), acknowledging (you can't do it alone), and allowing Him (accepting Him into your life) to work in your behalf. Will it be easy? No. Worth it? Yes. According to Jesus, you are worth dying for.

Before you pray: Get into a quiet place, look up all scriptures mentioned within the prayer for understanding. Get a paper and write all sins down, after, recite the prayer in faith (knowing that Jesus is accepting you because He loves you just that much):

Lord I confess to you, according to Romans 3:23, I have fallen short, but I believe by your grace I am set free and made new. I also understand that according to Romans 6:23 that the wages of sin is death, but you God present us with the gift of eternal life because your reckless love just runs that deep [John 3:16]. Lord thank you for thinking so highly of me on Calvary. Lord I confess my sins (confess your sins aloud before you continue) for I know you will cleanse and forgive me because you are faithful and righteous [1 John 1:9]. I confess that JESUS IS LORD and I believe in my heart that God raised Jesus from the dead. Lord thank you for my salvation and I say yes yet again. This I pray in Jesus name.


Again, WELCOME HOME! If you recited this prayer, share this prayer with others using the hashtag #imhome!

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I'm Adrienne. I'm a servant and founder of Captivated by The King. I am also a teacher, creative and lover of God. I was born in Denver, CO and raised in Atlanta, GA. I have obtained my bachlors degree in education and masters in marketing.

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