If you have invited Christ into your life, then you have begun a relationship with Him. The Scriptures in this study will help you to better understand what it means to begin your new life with Christ living inside you. And like in any new relationship, there will be highs and lows in your walk with Christ as you learn to navigate your journey together!

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STUDY ONE: YOUR NEW LIFE IN CHRIST  

If you have invited Christ into your life, then you have begun a relationship with Him. The Scriptures in this study will help you to better understand what it means to begin your new life with Christ living inside you. And like in any new relationship, there will be highs and lows in your walk with Christ as you learn to navigate your journey together!

  1. When you receive Christ by personal invitation, you become a _________________ ____________________ of God (John 1:12)
  1. When Christ comes into your life, He forms a personal relationship with you.

(Revelation 3:20)

a. Who is knocking at the door? (See also Revelation 1:1.) ___________________

b. Who may answer His voice and knock? __________________________________

c.  What does He want you to do? ________________________________________

d. What will He do if you open the door? __________________________________

e. According to Romans 3:23, why were you lost? ___________________________­

f. Have you opened the door? ____________________________________________

g. Where is Jesus Christ right now? _______________________________________

  1. The reason Christ came to seek and save you was because you were _____________
  1. According to Romans 3:23, why were you lost? _______________________________
  1. In Romans it says the wages of sin is what? (Romans 6:23) ____________________
  1. Who has already died for your sins? (Romans 5:8-9) __________________________
  1. When you confessed your sins, what you do? (1 John 1:9) (Make sure you up 1 John, which is near the end of the New Testament and not the Gospel/Book of John.) ___
  1. Isaiah 55:7 tells what you should do about the sins you’ve confessed to God and apologized for. (Underline the words that tell you what you should do about your past sins or wicked ways, and circle what God will do.)

“Let the wicked forsake his way and the evil man his thoughts. Let him turn to the   Lord, and he [God] will have mercy on him, and to our God, for he will freely pardon.”

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