Essay on Salvation

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  • The Doctrine Of Salvation : Analysis

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    The Doctrine of Salvation INTRODUCTION Is it possible to understand the gospel message, serve as an officer in a church, be sure of your salvation, and yet still not get into heaven when you die? Matthew, one of the original twelve disciples, answered this question clearly. Yes, on “that day”, many will stand before God and hear Him say, “I know you not; depart from me.” (Matthew 7:23 KJV) The assumption is all professing Christians want salvation. Salvation is obtained when you confess

  • The Friday Sermon On Salvation

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    Montreal Wednesday sermon on salvation was delivered by pastor Jefferson taken from the scripture John 3:14-16. Salvation is a fundamental subject in Christian belief. It is in fact the truth that founded Christianity. However, many Christians do not know or correctly understand the true significance of salvation. As a result, most Christians like the ones in Quebec refuse to know the word of God and openly show hatred towards God and Christian religion. Why do they hate Christianity? Because they

  • Salvation Can Not Be Forced

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    Salvation Cannot Be Forced “Salvation” is a short story found in the Norton Reader, and was written by Langston Hughes. It is a story about a twelve year old boy who is being pressured to receive Jesus, and salvation, by his aunt and the pastor of the church. In the beginning of the story his aunt describes salvation to him as being able to see and feel Jesus with you. Unfortunately Langston takes this description literally and has trouble with being saved. I think that this essay shows a good example

  • Full View of Salvation Essay

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    possible to understand the gospel message, serve as an officer in a church, be sure of your salvation, and yet still not get into heaven when you die? Matthew, one of the original twelve disciples, answered this question clearly. Yes, on “that day”, many will stand before God and hear Him say, “I know you not; depart from me.” (Matthew 7:23 KJV) The assumption is all professing Christians want salvation. One cannot be saved unless one confesses with their mouth and believes in their heart that

  • Salvation : God 's Children

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    Salvation Article As God’s children, we tend to ask ourselves the following questions throughout our whole lives: “What is salvation and why is salvation important?” Our answers usually tend to lean toward the notion that salvation is eternal happiness that we all want to achieve at the end of our lives in order to live happily ever after. The basic definition of salvation is the act or state of being saved or protected from harm or evil. In Christianity, the basic definition of salvation is stated

  • Soteriology - the Doctrine of Salvation and Discipleship

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    Soteriology - The Doctrine of Salvation and Discipleship "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" No question is more important or more debated than this one presented by the Philippian jailer in Acts 16:30. The answer to this important question is found in the basic aspects of the faith. This is why the doctrine of salvation is so important. No doctrine of the faith is more fundamental than this doctrine. The essence of the gospel message is that God has achieved eternal salvation for all who will receive

  • Salvation Army

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    1. Background and mission of The Salvation Army: The Singapore’s Salvation Army, a Christian non-profit organization, was established during 1935. It was first founded by William Booth; a London minister in 1865 and later spread itself around the world. Salvation Army main motive is to help the mankind without racism. Its mission is “to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination” with a slogan of “Heart to god, hand to men”. Red Shield

  • Analysis Of Langston Hughes 's ' The Salvation '

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    Hunter Podlin September 19, 2014 English 1102 In Langston Hughes 's autobiographical anecdote, “Salvation,” the author reflects on his childhood, and also examines the basis on which his religious views were founded. Hughes 's nonfiction piece, written in adulthood, allows him to look back on his past and reconsider what he learned about salvation, as well as organized religion and conformity, as a child. Because of this inquiry, he begins to question the ways in which adults pressure young people

  • Prophecy And Salvation From Book Essay

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    PROPHECY AND SALVATION FROM BOOK Salvation does not depend on being right about every doctrine. The Webster dictionary defines doctrine as a belief or set of beliefs held and taught by a church, political party, or other group. It is absolutely true that the bible is not for individual interpretation, but the word of God. Yet it is also true, that with so many denominations, unfortunately, some pick and choose what they want to believe, and also create their own rules for the denomination, most

  • Paul Constructed the Road to Salvation in the Romans

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    goal was to address those who believe in Christ, with a desire to reach the non-believers. With the mission of spreading the word of the Lord, he created one of the most influential Books of the Bible. Within Romans, Paul constructs a guide to salvation, teaching both Jews and Gentiles, to have faith in Christ and through him they will be able to ascend to God’s Kingdom in Heaven. From the moment Adam and Eve disobeyed the Lord, the natural world was entrenched in sin. It is a part of life that

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