Something to Think About
- In Luke chapter 13, Christ was gathered with those who judged themselves as “better” than other sinners as seen in Christ’s correction as He said to them, “Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.” (Luke13:5)
- In our day, many presume to be saved because of their willingness to meet some prescribed condition that others refuse (or neglect) to meet.
- Doesn’t that likewise require that we see ourselves as somehow ”better” before God than those other sinners – “better” because of our willingness to respond when others won’t so as to make what is presumed to be the real difference in being saved?
- But wasn’t Christ calling for repentance of such?
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What is Salvation?
Title: What is Salvation?
Subtitle: A Biblical Study of God’s Greatest Gift
Description: This study is a simple yet comprehensive view of salvation as revealed in the Bible, replete with Scriptural references to aid the serious Bible student in understanding the most important facets of the gift of eternal life.
Packaged: The Bible Series “What is Salvation?” consist of one (1) 112 page book, eight (8) DVD’S and eight (8) CD’S professionally produced. This attractive packaged Bible Study Series is offered free of charge through Reign of Grace Media Ministries, a ministry of Eager Avenue Grace Church of Albany, GA.