_“Now we live with great expectation, and we have a priceless inheritance—an inheritance that is kept in heaven for you, pure and undefiled, beyond the reach of change and decay” (1 Peter 1:3-4 NLT)._
No matter what happens for the rest of your life, if you have a relationship with Jesus, God guarantees your future. You will never be able to lose your salvation.
The Bible says, “Now we live with great expectation, and we have a priceless inheritance—an inheritance that is kept in heaven for you, pure and undefiled, beyond the reach of change and decay” (1 Peter 1:3-4 NLT).
An inheritance is what you’re given because you belong to a family. Usually it’s given to you at someone’s death.
Peter gives us five declarations that describe our inheritance in heaven:
Reserved: You need a reservation to get into heaven, and you can only make that reservation through Jesus. Once you put in your reservation, it can never be canceled.
Pure: Your inheritance isn’t fake. It’s the real deal.
Undefiled: Your inheritance can’t be corrupted. You can’t lose it—ever.
Beyond the reach of change and decay: Your inheritance won’t wither, die, or lose its value
Priceless: The value of your inheritance can’t be measured.
In fact, God has already written the final chapter of your life. If you’re a believer, you’ve got a reservation in heaven! And you cannot lose your salvation. You can trust in that. You can believe in that. You can place your hope in that.
If you don’t know Jesus as Savior, you can pray this right now: “, Jesus Christ, i want to get to know you and trust you. I humbly ask you to accept me into your kingdom, not because i deserve it but because on the cross, it was finished. You paid it all! I accept you as my Lord and Savior today, you died for me and rose for me, thank you Lord. I pray this in Jesus Name. Amen.”
If you just prayed to accept Jesus, please email me at email@example.com and let me know about it. I’d like to send you some free materials to help you start your journey with Jesus.
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