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What is Salvation?

In an age when many Christians seem preoccupied with their emotional struggles, their difficult past, or their supposed lack of self-esteem, some will say that even salvation is not enough for all their needs. Yet, if these people really understood the incredible things that God has done for them . . . Read more ›
Justification is a legal act of God declaring the guilty to be guiltless before God. It is the complete acquittal of the guilty sinner. The apostle Paul makes it clear that this justification comes only after our faith in God (see Romans 3:24). For that reason, it is a foundational teaching in the . . . Read more ›
“Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom also we have access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God” (Romans 5:1–2). Peace with God takes care of our past God will no longer . . . Read more ›
What might be called the final, crowning event of our salvation is our adoption into God’s family. The famous evangelist D.L. Moody put the process of salvation into five words: Repentance: a change of mind. A new mind about God. Conversion: a change of life. A new life from . . . Read more ›