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"For all have sinned and fall short

of the glory of God, being justified

freely by His grace through the

redemption that is in Christ Jesus."


(The Bible: Romans chapter 3, verses 23-24)   


despite man's rebellion against his Crea-tor to this day, through which he has brought suffering and destruction upon himself and creation, God does not simply abandon us to our fate. For God, who loves all people, has promised to send lost humanity a Savior through whom anyone who wants can be reconciled to God and saved from eternal damnation: Jesus Christ.

"This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him. This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice

for our sins."


(The Bible: 1 John chapter 4, verses 9-10)  

Through Jesus Christ, God reveals his plan of salvation to all humanity. God chose him and sent him into the world to save us from the impending judgment of this world and to give all who accept His salvation an imperishable life in His future kingdom on earth. Through faith in Jesus, God offers every person the chance for reconciliation and thus a new beginning in peace with our merci-ful Creator and Father, who wants all people to recognize Him and be saved (see: Who is God?).


  Jesus Christ says:

"I came to seek and

to save the lost."


(The Bible: Luke chapter 19, verse 10)     

Jesus came to free us humans from the captivity of sin, which has separated us from God and whose consequence is death, so that we can live a life that corresponds to our true destiny. A life that serves to honor God and brings peace and true happiness to all people. A life with God and for God. Jesus himself showed us this life and he called on all people to follow his example (see: Who is Jesus Christ?).




"As through one man’s offense judgment came to all men, resulting in condemnation, even so through one Man’s righteous act the free gift came to all men, resulting

in justification of life."


(The Bible: Romans chapter 5, verse 18)   


Because death is the result of sin, only the death of a sinless person could atone for the sins of humanity. Since no one but Jesus was without sin, He alone was able to do this work. Although Jesus ne-ver sinned, He was willing to voluntarily sacrifice His own life in order to fulfill God's plan for our salvation. That is why God allowed Jesus - after the leaders of His people had betrayed and handed Him over out of envy - to be crucified at the hands of the Romans. Jesus died out of love for all people, to redeem those who convert to God from their guilt and to redeem them from death and damnation. That means: Jesus gave His life for you so that you could be saved.

Through his sinless life, Jesus defeated death. Therefore, as prophesied in the Holy Scriptures, God raised him from the dead on the third day and took him into heaven, where he now sits enthroned at God's right side.

"If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.

If we confess our sins, He is faithful

and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness."


(The Bible: 1 John chapter 1, verses 8-9)   

God promises that He will forgive the guilt of all who repent of their sins and accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior and absolve them from the sentence of eternal damnation. This means that God no longer wants to remember all the sins we have committed in our lives so far. For the blood that Jesus shed for us and that stands for his righteous life washes us clean from all guilt. This in turn means that God accepts you as his child and that from this moment on your name will be written in the Book of Life, in which all the people whom God has called to eternal life are noted.

The precondition for this is a sincere confession of your guilt before God and the decision to follow the life example of Jesus from now on; That means living wholeheartedly according to God's commandments, which are handed down in the New Testament of the Bible (see: Life in freedom and peace).


"And just as it is destined for people to die once, but then judgment: so Christ was once sacrificed to take away the sins of many;

for the second time he does not appear because of sin, but to save those

who await him."


(The Bible: Hebrew chap. 9, Verses 27-28)    


At the end of this age, Jesus, whom God has appointed to be the judge of all peo-ple, will return from heaven with power and glory to condemn the ungodly and to redeem all who have allowed them-selves to be reconciled to God and have their names written in the book of life. Just as Jesus rose from the dead and is alive, all who believe in Him will also be resurrected to eternal life at His return.

In the last days before Jesus comes again - as the Holy Scripture prophesies - wars, catastrophes as well as epidemics and fa-mines will increase dramatically world-wide. This is how we as humans should recognize that the return of Jesus and the day of judgment are near. Everything that God announced in the Bible thou-sands of years ago with a view to the end of this world is now being fulfilled be-fore our eyes. At the same time, the god-lessness of the world will reach its cli-max. But God's Word gives us the promise that when Jesus comes, he will defeat all the dark forces that currently dominate this world and thus put an end to all injustice and tyranny on earth once and for all.

Eternal Life - The New Earth


"And I saw a new heaven and a new earth,

for the first heaven and the first earth

had passed away. (...) and God will wipe

every tear from their eyes, there shall be

no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying.

There shall be nor pain, for the former

things have passed away."

(The Bible: Revelation chapter 21, verses 1-4)   

Through faith in Jesus, God gives us the prospect of life in a new world in which there will be no more suffering, illness and death; A life that is worth living in every respect. In short: a life in paradise. This means that all the misery of this fallen world, from which humanity has suffered until this day, will come to an end, that all pain will disappear and that all sadness will be forgotten forever. This overwhelming future awaits every-one who follows God's call to repen-tance. Even if sin brought death to hu-manity, death should not reign over humanity forever. Through Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who gave himself up for humanity, God gives us salvation.

God's call to all people

    Jesus Christ says:

"Repent, for the kingdom

of heaven has come near."

(The bible: Matthew chapter 4, Verse 17)   



The state of our world can be compared to a sinking ship, whose demise is inevitably approaching. God says he will make everything new. This means that the current earth and everything that man has created on it will perish. Beforehand, God offers us the opportunity to be saved in order to be able to participate in life in the coming world.

In view of this great promise that God has given us humans, we are called upon not to postpone or delay our decision, but rather to seize the opportunity to save ourselves and to make our own lives pure before God. Because our current life is short and the time available to each of us on this earth is limited. At the same time, God urges us not to close our hearts to the truth and not to let ourselves be seduced by the fleeting pleasures of life To be seduced by sin, which ultimately leads to eternal damnation....


There are many paths in this world that a person can walk. But only ONE PATH leads to life. Faith in Jesus Christ opens the door to eternal life for everyone (see: Your step to new life).


Now it is up to you

to make your decision.




   Jesus Christ says:

"The man whose ears are open to my word and who has faith in him who sent me, has eternal life; he will not be judged, but has come from death into life."


(The Bible: John chapter 5, verse 24)   

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