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Randy Whitley

I felt like I needed to get better to go to heaven. My life had fallen into drinking and immorality. I wanted to do better, but the harder I tried to do good, the worse I got. I had friends who were Christians who told me I had to repent. They explained that repentance was turning from sin. I knew I needed to do just that, and I prayed many times for God to come into my heart. It seemed I was wasting my time because I knew He never did come in. I wanted Him in my heart. I knew I needed Him in my heart. I just didn’t know how to get Him in. Then my friends told me that Heaven was a free gift; I didn’t deserve it and couldn’t earn it. Trying to do better just wouldn’t work. I have to receive that gift. That made sense. They also told me that I had to surrender my life to Him -- every part of my life. I couldn’t hold back any part of my life. That also made sense, and I began to realize I had nothing worthwhile to hold back. I continued to pray, but nothing happened.

One of my friends then invited me to come to a revival at her church. I had been there before and had always sat through the service feeling uncomfortable. This time, during the invitation, the preacher told us to turn to the person standing next to us and ask them, “Are you going to Heaven?” My friend had strategically placed me in the congregation between two strong Christians. When one of them asked me the question, I replied “I hope so”. He said, “Let’s go”. In a moment I understood what it meant to receive Jesus as my Savior. It wasn’t the act of walking down the aisle. It wasn’t even the praying of the prayer. It was the surrender I did at that moment. It was trusting Jesus to come into my life with all my heart, not praying a prayer in my mind. It was praying with all my heart, and I knew Jesus came into my heart. A huge relief came over me. The weight of the sin in my life was lifted. I didn’t understand until then just how oppressive that weight was, and it was gone. I knew I had been forgiven. I knew that Jesus lived in my heart, and I would never be the same.

Since that time, I have sinned. My sin today is just as ugly and dark as it was before Jesus came into my heart, but now I know I don’t have to live with it. I learned that when I sin, I can repent. That means calling my sin what God calls it. I can ask for forgiveness for that sin and be cleansed. I don’t need to ask Jesus back into my heart, because He promised that He would never leave. It is Jesus in my heart that encourages the confession of sin so that we can have fellowship together. Imagine that, the God of the universe wants to have fellowship with me. It’s true! Now, can I ask you a question? Are you going to heaven?

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