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O COME TO JESUS!


Oh! Come to the Lord Jesus,
Come, Just as you are!
The Lord is so very near,
He is never too far!

He is the Bread, come down from Heaven!
He is the Living Word!
He is the Way, The Door of His sheep;
The only Great Shepherd.

This is the Good News Proclamation--
From the Prophets, the Psalms through Revelation
Of a loving God-- His Son He did send
To redeem us from hell,
For He called us His friends.

A wonderful beginning,
A beautiful start,
For anyone who hears Jesus
Knocking at the door of his heart.

You can't be saved
by your good deeds
You must come to Jesus
Without one plea

Oh! Come to the Lord Jesus,
Come, Just as you are!
The Lord is so very near,
He is never too far.

~Poem By: Tricia Niedz~

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A Little Note from Cobblestone Road Ministries:

The Lord Jesus said in Revelation 3:20: 
Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man
hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him,
and will sup with him, and he with me.


Jesus knocks at the door of everyone's heart but many do not
want the Savior. The Bible says that there is no other way into
Heaven, except through Christ Jesus, the Lord. We come to the
Heavenly Father through His Only Begotten Son and salvation is
only found in Christ! The Bible says:

Acts 4:12 
Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is
none other name under heaven given among men,
whereby we must be saved.

We cannot clean ourselves up before we come to God. One must
come to God as he is but with a humble heart. The key is humility.
When the Lord Jesus spoke the parable of the Pharisee and the sinner,
He was showing us that humility before God is essential. See, both
prayed to God but only the sinner was heard. The sinner received
forgiveness because he knew that Only the Lord could save him. He
was humble in knowing that he could not improve himself but
instead asked God to "have mercy on me."

So each person must come to Jesus as they are, acknowledging
that they are sinners in need of the Savior-- and that He is the Only
One who can save them and cleanse them from their sins. It is Jesus
alone who purchased our redemption by shedding His precious blood
upon the Cross and therefore it is only though Him that man can be
saved. We cannot bring anything to the table. One cannot trust in his
own good works to be saved but rather must put his complete trust
in the Lord Jesus Christ and His finished work. So we come to
Christ as we are but without one plea.


The Lord Jesus says in Matthew 11:28-30: 
Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will
give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am
meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.
For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.



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If you do not know Jesus as your personal Lord
and Savior,
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Free Gift of Salvation. Jesus died for us.




Further Bible Study:
HYMN STORY: "JUST AS I AM"
THE DOOR OF HOPE FOR ALL
The Religion of FOUR Letters - Done!
Why Did Christ Die? By A.C. Gaebelein
The Bridge Of Mercy - Short Commentary on Ephesians 2:4
The Love Of God-- The Greatest Theme
Trust in God, Hope in God...For when troubles come your way
Wrapped in God's Love
The Bible Cure for Doubting Christians
GOD IS OUR SHIELD - Interesting Bible Study




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