How do I become a Christian?

It’s as simple as A, B, C: Admit your sin, Believe Jesus is Lord, Commit your life to Jesus and live for him. There aren’t any fancy rules or rituals, and you don’t need to be good enough.

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It's as simple as A, B, C

Ben thoughtfully and helpfully unpacks 3 simple steps to become a Christian, that are as easy as A, B, C!

Firstly, A - Admit you're a sinner who needs God's grace.

Secondly, B - Believe that Jesus Christ, the Son of God came to earth to live the perfect life you could never live, die the death you deserve and give you the eternal life you could never earn.

Thirdly, C - Commit to Jesus as your King by turning from your sin and living for Jesus. We can never do this perfectly, but we know we are saved by grace and we can live by grace.

Possible Discussion Questions

  • Are you surprised at what becoming a Christian looks like? Why/why not?
  • Are you ready to become a Christian? If yes, what next step could you take (e.g. join a local church)? If not, what is holding you back?

Related Bible Reference 

  • Romans 3:23
  • Romans 5:8
  • Romans 12:1

Credits

Produced by Two Thieves

Two Thieves is Ben's Clube's YouTube channel that discusses Christ and culture, with a focus on the intersection of theology, technology and television.

Presented by Ben Clube

Ben's background includes work as an experienced animator and art director in London. He now helps pastor a church in Essex called Danbury Mission.

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