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Process Essay Salvation

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Getting “Saved” also called “Salvation” or being “Born Again, are terms used as part of the vocabulary of many Christians, but what does it mean to get “Saved”? How does one become “Born Again”? The term “Saved” means to be saved from an eternity in hell when one dies. To be “Born Again” refers to being born a second time. First a person is born from their mother, and the second time through faith in Jesus, they are born of the Spirit into God’s family. There is a special process someone must go through to be saved, but it’s as easy as A, B, C.

“A” stands for Admit. The first step a person must go through in obtaining salvation is to come to the realization that they are actually ...view middle of the document...

My Pastor always says, “ A man can loose salvation by 18 inches”. That’s the distance from the head to the heart. Someone may have the head knowledge of what steps need to take place to be saved, but if they don’t really believe in their heart, it is in vain. Once admitting that sin is separating them from God and heaven, they have to repent of their sins and turn to the only one who can pay the price for all of their sins, Jesus Christ. Jesus is God in the flesh. He came to earth and was sinless and He ultimately was crucified and died on the cross in Calvary to pay the price for the sins of all of mankind. He took the place of all the previous blood sacrifices with animals that man did repeatedly to atone for their sins. He is called the Lamb of God, and he took away man’s sins and made us clean and acceptable to a Holy God. He then was buried and rose again on the third day and is alive today! He offers this free gift of eternal life in heaven to us because he loves us. Romans 5:8 says: “But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us”. All one has to do is accept this gift. There is nothing that can be done to work for or pay for it, just like a person doesn’t work or pay for a birthday gift. To...

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