Key Biblical Terms

 

  • Salvation
  • Salvation in Christianity means 'deliverance from the power or penalty of sin.' We receive salvation when we admit that we cannot but go to hell for our sins and believe that Jesus saved us from all our sins through His birth, baptism and the blood on the Cross.

    Those who become sinless by believing in the salvation of Jesus, the baptism and blood of Jesus, are called 'the saved, the born again, and the righteous.'

    We can apply the word 'salvation' to those who have been saved from all their sins, including the original sin and their daily sins, by believing in Jesus. Just as a drowning man is saved, one who is drowning in the sin of the world can be saved by believing in Jesus as his/her Savior, by believing in His baptism and blood, the words of the spiritual truth.

    Back to List

     

     

    Copyright © 2001-2008 The New Life Mission All Right Reserved