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Christmas time is a time to give gifts. This Christmas issue I want to offer you our friends and readers the greatest gift ever given and ever known. We’ve offered many free gifts, but now we are offering the greatest free gift ever given. Why? Because it is an eternal gift from God. It is a free gift. All you need to do is receive it, and it is yours forever!

A FREE GIFT: Everyone like gifts because they are free without cost. This Christmas you will receive many gifts, but your greatest gift is when you receive Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour. Why? All other gifts are soon gone, but Jesus is an eternal Heavenly gift. God gave His Son, Jesus, for your sin so you can have eternal life in Heaven (John 3:16). First, let’s read your Christmas Card from God. Jesus Christ was born of a virgin. Jesus died on the cross as a substitute for your sins. Jesus arose from the grave as the living Saviour. Only Christianity has a risen Saviour. Jesus is now in Heaven waiting for YOU to receive Him as your Saviour. A gift must be received (John 1:12). Good News! When you receive Jesus, you also receive eternal life. “And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish” (John 10:28). Eternal means forever and ever!

GIFT OF ETERNAL LIFE: Now, look at the gift with the name Jesus on it. It is YOUR gift. Take the gift, open it, look inside and see another gift, “Eternal Life.” When you receive Jesus, you also receive eternal life. Do you want to be saved and live forever in Heaven? God offers the only gift that will give you eternal life. “Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved” (Acts 4:12). God has only one gift for the forgiveness of sin. “The free gift…and the gift by grace, which is by one man, Jesus Christ” (Rom. 5:15-16). Have a white and right Christmas. Take God’s Christmas gift and be saved! “But the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” (Rom. 6:23).

THE GIVER: God is the Giver and Jesus Christ is the gift. “For God so loved the world, that He gave (gift) his only begotten Son (Jesus), that whosoever (you) believeth in Him should not perish (in Hell) but have everlasting life (in Heaven)” (John 3:16). No one can go to Heaven without Christ – No one. This includes YOU (John 14:6).

THE RECEIVER: You are the receiver. God gives the gift, but you must receive it. A gift must be taken or it is not a gift. When you receive the gift, it becomes yours. It belongs to you. God offers you the gift of eternal life through His Son Jesus Christ. Will you by faith accept His gift? “But as many as received him (Jesus), to them gave he power to become the sons of God (in the family of God), even to them that believe on his name” (John 1:12). If you are not sure you are saved, be sure now. Don’t die without Christ.

IT IS YOUR CHOICE: A gift cannot be forced upon you. You have the right to say “Yes” or “No.” You can receive or reject God’s free gift! If you die without Jesus Christ, there is no hope. It would be better for you if you had never been born than to die without Jesus Christ. You can now have peace in your heart and know that you will go to Heaven (Rom. 5:1). Receive Jesus Christ, God’s free gift! Turn from your sins (repent) and turn to God. Know YOU will go to Heaven. Pray now, and receive the Gift of the Lord Jesus Christ as your Saviour. Receive your free Christmas gift. We Want to Meet You in Heaven!


[ ] “Yes, I now understand I am a sinner. I need a Saviour to save me. I cannot save myself. I now “believe” and “receive” Jesus as my Saviour (John 1:12). I “believe” Jesus on the cross was the sacrifice for my sins, my substitute in the tomb, and was raised from the grave to be my Saviour. I now receive the free gift of eternal life in Jesus Christ. Amen!

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One Comment

  • Donna Thomas says:

    This Jesus… my Lord and Saviour, IS … THE BEST GIFT I have EVER received Thank you for sharing this precious Gift so clearly!

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