Share His Love

The 7 Most Important Steps of Your Life

As for the USA program ministry, our intention is for all of our intl. students to have Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior by using the “Share His Love” ministry to ultimately impact our world for Christ. The following facts (steps) are designed to simplify the Gospel of Christ for those who have never heard about His love and sacrifice for us.

Have you ever heard the saying, "Just take it one step at a time?" Well, that statement means that life is a process, and you can only do one thing at a time. There is a natural order to the beginning and the completing of any process. USA Program believes that accepting Jesus Christ as your personal Lord (master of my life) and Savior (saves us from sin) is the most important process that anyone will ever go through. This journey in life is the most important one you will ever take, and the end result is the greatest reward anyone could ever receive.

God created the earth in 6 days and rested on the 7th day (*see the Bible explanation below). We will examine all 7 facts (steps) to see where you are in life.

Here are the steps for salvation (not bound by an immoral life):

"Plan for a better life""Steps of Action"Facts of Life
1) Move your HeartAcknowledgeWe all have a problem: Sin.
2) Stride toward GoodAcceptWe all need a Savior (Jesus Christ).
3) March to SalvationRepentWe all need to confess our sins (bad behavior).
4) Walk with the LordObeyWe begin to live the Christian life.
5) Run the RacePerseveranceWe all experience temptations, troubles, and trials.
6) Stage of GraceTrustWe all have only one life to live.
7) Pace to HeavenFaithWe all will spend an eternity in heaven (reward).

Christianity Outline: The most important theme of the Bible is God’s love for you and all mankind. His love was shown when Jesus Christ (son of God) came to earth as a human being, lived a sinless life, died on the cross, and rose from the dead. Because Jesus Christ died, your sins can be forgiven, and because He conquered death, you can have eternal life. You can know for sure what will become of you after you die. But this gift of forgiveness and eternal life cannot be yours unless you willingly accept it. God requires an individual response from you. God loves you and wants to bless your life by making it full and complete.

In the New Testament of the Bible, you will find in the book of John chapter 3 and verse 16: "For God so loved the world that He gave his one and only son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life."

(*) From the seven days of Genesis to the seven seals of Revelation, Scripture is saturated with the number seven. Essentially all Biblical scholars have recognized its special symbolic significance. Simply stated, it is impossible to miss. God laid the foundation of its meaning when He introduced this number in the context of His finished work of creation (Gen 2:2):

"And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made".

God introduced the number seven as a symbol of the completion of His initial creative act. But the work that He ended on the seventh day in the first book was really just the beginning of the Biblical revelation of all history that He consummated in the last book. And it is here that we see the divine consistency of the number seven as a Biblical symbol; God used it with exactly the same meaning when He revealed the end of time, described as the completion of the "mystery of God," in Revelation. This is characteristic of the Bible; most symbols are clearly defined in the text and used quite consistently from Genesis to Revelation.

The number seven in scripture, the numerical symbol of fullness, completion, and perfection, is a prime example of His consistency: (Gen. 2:2), (Gen. 41:2), (Judges 16:13), (Luke 8:2); (Matthew 12:45), (Rev. 3:1), (Exodus 21:2), (Leviticus 25:4), (Leviticus 25:10), (Exodus 24:1), (Jeremiah 25:12), (Matthew 18:22), (Rev. 15:1), (Rev. 16:17), (Rev. 10:5).


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