This is a great question for a person to ask. This is a question that shows an individual's concern for eternity. This is a question with a very simple answer. Let's look at what the Bible has to say regarding this matter.
In the lst half of the sixteenth chapter of Acts, we find Paul and Silas in jail. While in jail we read of them praying and singing praises unto God, so much so that God's word says the other prisoners heard them. While this takes place, an earthquake shook the foundation of the jail and the doors fell open. Instead of the prisoners running off, they all remained inside with Paul and Silas. When the guard woke up and realized what had happened, he assumed that everyone had escaped therefore his immediate response was to take his own life. Paul cried out and told him not to hurt himself because every prisoner was still there. After getting a light, the guard found it to be true and fell down before Paul and Silas with this most exciting question, "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" The answer was simple, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved..."
Have you made that choice for your life? Have you put your faith in Christ and the price He paid at Calvary for your sin? If not, would you do so today? Acts 16:34 records for us that this jailer did, and we find him rejoicing with his family because of his trusting Christ.
Saved to Serve,
Pastor Darrell Roe