Reflection Paper

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“Through salvation our past has been forgiven, our present is given meaning, and our future is secured” -Rick Warren. Sunday, November 30, 2014 around 12:40 was a very special day for me. Life-changing you could say. This was a breaking of a new day to me. A fresh start and a very new beginning. This is a day that I never will forget. The day when my heart was spiritually opened and an opened invitation was held out to a certain someone. The day I was baptized in Jesus name. Baptism is a sacred event for Christians. It is considered an ordinance of Jesus Christ. It is a concept of being submerged under water to be considered ‘’saved’’. Being saved in other words is saved means that you are accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. He is now the center of your life. It means giving up yourself and doing the work of Christ. It means turning from anything that is against the will of the highest. The day I gave my life to Christ was very special to me because I learned a lot that day. I learned who I was, who I was in Christ, and what life after this meant for me. After that day, I wasn’t physically a new person. I still was still that tall but slim, wavy-headed, African American boy from small town Reynolds, Ga, but in the “spiritual ram” or in other words a deeper aspect I was a new being. The old habits and feelings I had was a thing of the past. I understood who I was as Alrecus Ford. Being around so many things and people it is very possible to lose ourselves. I was

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