WELCOME TO YOUR NEW LIFE WITH CHRIST
As Lord, He leads and guides every step of your life. As Savior, He protects you and ensures you live life to the fullest. Through faith in Him, we gain access to life and life everlasting. The Bible says “ If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God raised Him for the dead, you will be saved. (Romans 10:9-10) By confessing (agreeing with God) that you need Jesus, and receiving Him into your life, you make Him your Savior and heaven your eternal home. If you’re ready to accept Jesus, watch this video, follow the instructions, and click the button below for next steps.
What is the Christian definition of salvation?
A definition of the Christian doctrine of salvation would be “the deliverance, by the grace of God, from eternal punishment for sin that is granted to those who accept by faith God’s conditions of repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus.” Salvation is available in Jesus alone (John 14:6; Acts 4:12) and is dependent on God alone for provision and assurance.
What are we saved from?
In the Christian doctrine of salvation, we are saved from “wrath,” that is, from God’s judgment of sin (Romans 5:9; 1 Thessalonians 5:9). Our sin has separated us from God, and the consequence of sin is death (Romans 6:23). Biblical salvation refers to our deliverance from the consequence of sin and therefore involves the removal of sin. We are saved from both the power and penalty of sin.
Who does the saving?
How does God save?
In the Christian doctrine of salvation, God has rescued us through Jesus Christ (John 3:17). Specifically, it was Jesus’ death on the cross and subsequent resurrection that achieved our salvation (Romans 5:10; Ephesians 1:7). Scripture is clear that salvation is the gracious, undeserved gift of God (Ephesians 2:5, 8) and is only available through faith in Jesus Christ (Acts 4:12).
How do we receive salvation?
We are saved by faith. First, we must hear the gospel—the good news of Jesus’ death and resurrection (Ephesians 1:13). Then, we must believe—fully trust the Lord Jesus (Romans 1:16). This involves repentance, a changing of mind about sin and Christ (Acts 3:19), and calling on the name of the Lord (Romans 10:9-10, 13).