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What Does it Mean to Be Saved?

To be saved means to know God. We must understand there is a difference in knowing God and knowing about God.
When you are saved you don’t just know about God, you have a personal relationship with the Creator of all things.
In this relationship you come to the acknowledgement that it is God’s desire for you to escape Eternal damnation by receiving Jesus Christ as you personal Savior.

Yet, it is God’s perfect will and desire for you to live a life of complete freedom, to be free from Sickness, Disease, Depression, Loneliness, Anger, Sexual Bondage, Addictions of Every Kind, Emotional & Mental Torment, Fear and Every Heaviness you Have.

Jesus Christ desires you to have life in your entire being.To experience joy and peace in every situation.To have unity within all your relationships.To have all your needs met in abundance.To really enjoy life.To be saved is to experience true liberty with your soul.Live knowing you’re in the presence of God.

How to Become Saved from Death

If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Jesus Christ from the dead, then you will be saved.

Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me”.
John 14:6

When a person truly believes in the birth, death and resurrection power of Jesus Christ then his or her life should reflect it with a heart of obedience to the Word of God.

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+ Right With God
+ Stressed
+ Loneliness
+ Depression
+ Pornography
+ Drugs and Alcohol
+ Anger
+ Freedom
+ Power From On High


Our Mission

The mission of Life Change International is world-wide evangelism. We purpose to take the uncompromised truth of the Gospel to all nations while fulfilling the great commission of Jesus Christ. (
Mark 13:10) Through the anointing and divine inspiration of the Holy Spirit, we bring revelation knowledge of the power of the resurrection that is still present in our world today.

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