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Welcome, friend. I am so glad you have stopped by this page of my website. It is no accident you are here. King David said in the Bible, “Blessed are they whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered. Blessed is the man whose sin the Lord will never count against him.” (Psalm 32:1, 2)

* Do you have the assurance that your sins are forgiven?

* Do you know that you will never have to pay the price that your sin deserves?

* Do you know with confidence you will not face any condemnation from the Lord?

* Do you know you are God's child, fully forgiven, loved, accepted, and will be welcomed into Heaven?

The Bible talks about two potential locations a person will go to after his/her life on earth is done. One destination is Heaven and the other one is Hell.  Both are real; they are actual physical places. One kingdom is ruled by God, the other by Satan. Since death is inevitable, I think it is important that you know which destination you are headed to, don’t you? It is my prayer that after exploring the information on this page, you will be confident that your destination is Heaven because Hell, with its suffering, darkness, weeping and gnashing of teeth, doesn’t sound like a place that should be on anyone’s itinerary.

If you do not know with 100-percent complete assurance that you will go to Heaven when you die, please read the article titled “The Road to Salvation.” If, after reading this article, you feel you need some facts to help you take that step of faith, I would encourage you to read “Need Some Proof?” And then, if you still have doubts, questions and concerns, I wrote “Still Not Sure?” for you. If you are a person who feels like you have been on the fence in regards to making a decision about Jesus Christ, I would encourage you to read my story “The Fence.” I have many other Christian devotional writings that address the topic of salvation as well.

Please do not leave this website page until you have an assurance in your heart that your eternal destination is Heaven. Don’t shrug it off and think you’ll deal with it tomorrow because there’s not a one of us who knows for sure that we have a tomorrow. And please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have.