Only one of those verses, Acts 2:41, has anything to do with receiving Chirst in salvation. So, let's look at what it says. It is a passage where Peter is preaching. At the end of his sermon, those who received Peter's message, were baptised. But still, it does not say they "accepted Christ." We are left without a single passage that teaches us to "accept Christ."
We do have a marvelous verse in John 1:11-12: "He came unto his own, and his own received παραλαμβάνω (pä-rä-läm-bä'-nō to receive what one claims to be) him not. But as many as received λαμβάνω (läm-bä'-nō to receive what is offered) him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name." This is definitely a text concerning receiving Christ. It says that as many as receive him - the one offered - to them he gave power to become the sons of God by believing on his name. So, then, we are not accepting, but we are believing. Believe is a word used in the NT to denote conviction and trust to which a man is impelled by a certain inner and higher prerogative and law of soul. It is to receive Chirst by faith, trusting, believing that His word is true and that He has died in our place to secure eternal redemption for us.
Do I accept Christ? No I believe in Him. I believe that He is exactly who and what He claimed to be, the Son of God, the promised Messiah and that He has died for my sins and is risen from the grave. I believe that He ascended to the Father where He intercedes for me and that He is coming again to judge the world in righteousness.