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    In addition to providing uplifting music, K-LOVE has ten full-time pastors to give you Christian advice and as you walk through the challenges of life. The following are some common answers to questions that listeners have about marriage, faith, the Bible and a host of other topics. If you have a question for one of our pastors not listed below, feel free to contact us.

    Question: "Why and how should I accept Jesus as my Savior?" Lisa, MT
    Answer: Jesus is not just a prophet, great teacher or moral man.  He is God in human form clothed in flesh (John 1:14). His purpose for coming was to instruct us and then to die for our sins. The bible says that all have sinned and fall short of his perfect standard (Romans 3:23).  The only just punishment for sins committed against a Holy God is punishment.  Jesus came and died in our place so we wouldn’t have to (Romans 5:8).  Have you asked Jesus to be your personal Savior?   If you want to accept Jesus as your  Savior, say the following words to God. “God, I admit I am a sinner but I believe Jesus took my place so  I could be forgiven. I receive Your forgiveness and place my trust in You for salvation. I accept Jesus as my personal Savior! Thank You for saving me.  Amen!”
    Question: "How do I find the right church for me?" -- GeGe, AZ
    Answer: Ask God to lead you to a church that teaches the truth about Jesus and helps you grow in your relationship with Him. Look for a church that teaches that the Bible is the Word of God and teaches that it is only Jesus' death on the cross that can pay for our sins. A good church will look after you; they will have a Sunday school course or something similar to teach you what it means to be a Christian. If the church has a large congregation then join one of the small groups (i.e. Bible study, cell groups, etc) in that church so that you can meet and get to know other Christians. Look for a solid church not a perfect one. No one is perfect and since churches are made up of people, they will not be perfect either.
    Question: "My husband doesn't think he needs to be baptized. Will he go to heaven even if he isn't baptized?" -- Leona, AZ
    Answer: Yes we are called to be baptized after we are saved. Notice I said after we are saved. Romans 10:9 says, "That if you confess with your mouth, 'Jesus is Lord', and believe in your heart that God raised him form the dead, you will be saved." this verse doesn't say if you are baptized in water you will be saved. Water baptism is an outward expression of an inward work. It is not the water that saves us, yes he would go to heaven if he has accepted Jesus as Lord.
    Question: "Why is it important to go to church?" Melinda, TX
    Answer: The bible teaches us that when a person trust in Jesus Christ, we are made a member of His family or a member into the body of Christ. As a family we all play a part, and are all needed to function properly as a family. Being part of a church you can encourage one another serve one another and teach one another, using the gift that God has given to you to see other grow. For a church body to function properly, all of its “body parts” need to be present (1 Corinthians 12:14-20). Likewise, a believer will never reach full spiritual maturity without the assistance and encouragement of other believers. We should have a desire to worship God and fellowship with the family of God, it shows you are in His family.
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