This is going to be long, so bear with me. I was in the car with my friend Renee, telling her that my friend Kim was about to leave for Korea in a week, leaving her life behind. Renee had asked me if Kim was saved due to her concern that if something were to happen to her she wanted to make sure Kim was saved. I said yes to her. She replied asking me when she got saved. I said, that I did not know, and that when I asked Kim that question she said she never remembered an exact point in her life when she accepted, but that she always believed and knew the Lord was in her heart, and gave testimony to that. Renee told me that a person has to know when they were saved OR at least where they were when they accepted Jesus. It had me thinking, and doubting Kim's salvation, and even my own salvation. I went home ready to ponder the question. When I was raised, I was raised a Christian. Now I know that word has little meaning today, but my meaning of a Christian is a person that believes Jesus died on the cross for our sins and rose three days later and realizing we're a sinner, letting the Lord take charge of taking us to heaven. I believed all of this growing up, though, I never lived my life for Jesus, nor did I repent until I was 17, therefore I didn't consider myself a child of God until I repented when I was 17 and wanted to live for God. So, neither did I have an exact moment I was "saved". Just that I was on my bedroom floor, asking the savior to forgive my sins and cleanse me, and to take me back. The other day, somebody asked me that same question, when Kim was saved. And I said "she doesn't know" and he laughed and said, "she doesn't know?" So when I was reading my bible one night, I was in Romans and I came across verse 9 in chapter 10: "That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved." Now that verse doesn't say, "If thou remember what day and place thou confess the Lord Jesus......." Renee told me that her daughter accepted Jesus one day and prayed to the Lord (her daughter must have been 4 or 5) I wonder if Renee's child, when she is an adult will remember the exact time or place she was saved, without her mother reminding her. Now I know that there are many of us that when we do get saved we do remember that exact place and time. I was raised being taught the truth, and I believed it as fact. I believed it in my heart my whole life, and I decided at one point to live for. I asked my brother, he said he also doesn't know an exact time or place when he accepted the Lord. And I know for darn sure my brother is saved, so I can't be insane. He told me there are many Godly people out there that don't have a time or a place. Every time Satan makes me think like that, I think he tries to weaken my faith. My question is: am I thinking wrong or right? What are the scriptural evidences, that says you have to remember a time or a place? Because if there are, I missed them.