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Conversion to Christianity

I believe I became a Christian when I was seven years old. It was Easter night, 2008. I had always loved God/Jesus. But one night I watched The Jesus Film. At the end of the movie, the narrator guided a prayer to accept salvation, the gospel. I listened to this prayer intently. When the movie was over, and the prayer was over, I wanted to pray it. According to my mom, I went to her and told her that I wasn’t good enough to go to heaven. I was scared to go to hell.

So, my parents led me in a prayer to accept Jesus as my personal Savior. This is the most important event in my life. This changed my life. I became a new person. I received the Holy Spirit. It would be an understatement to say that this moment, the moment that I became a Christian, means a lot to me. I am who I am because of this event. This event shaped who I am. This is easily the most influential moment of my life.

This is all assuming that that night was the moment I became a Christian, though. There is a chance that I became a Christian a lot later in life. There is a chance that I became a Christian one day in my freshman year of high school. Or, there is even a chance that it did not happen when I was in seventh grade or my freshman year of high school. It could have happened at some other point in my life. I am not entirely sure when exactly I became a Christian.

However, at the end of the day, it does not matter when I became a Christian. It only matters that I am a Christian. I believe that Jesus died on the cross to cleanse me of my sins, and that is what truly matters more than anything else.

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