• Salvation is to be justified or stand right, with God. (Romans 10:10)
    • Salvation is a “right” relationship with God. (Genesis 1:27-31)
    • Salvation is the restoration of our relationship with God as intended by God (Romans 5:12-19)
    • Salvation is deliverance from the wrath of God. (Romans 5:9)
    • Salvation is reconciliation with God. (Romans 5:10)


    • We are saved by admitting that you are a sinner and repent your wrongdoing. “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God”. (Romans 3:23)
    • As Christians we achieve this “right relationship” or justification with God by professing a faith in what God has done to reconcile us unto God’s self by sending Jesus to die for us. (2 Corinthians 5:18-19)
    • We are saved by believing that Jesus Christ died for us on the cross and rose from the dead. (John3:16)
    • We are saved by professing with our mouths and believing with our hearts that God raised Jesus from the dead. (Romans 10:9-10)
    • We are saved by the unmerited grace of God when we believe in what God has done for us in Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 2:8; Romans 5:1-19)


    • When we are saved, we are filled with the Holy Spirit. (Acts 2:1-4; Acts 19:1-6; St John 3:1-5)
    • At the point of salvation, the Holy Spirit imparts unto the believer, spiritual gifts. (Acts 2:4; Acts 19:6)
    • Every believe will not necessarily have the same spiritual gift, but every believer will have at least one spiritual gift. (1 Corinthians 12: 1-31)
    • The greatest of the spiritual gifts is love. (1 Corinthians 13:1-13)
    • The greatest evidence of salvation is a life changed by love. (1 John 3:11-15)
    • The life changed by love becomes an instrument of love to change other lives. (2 Corinthians 5:18)


“Dear God, I know that I am a sinner. God, I know that the wages of sin is death. God, I have no power over my sin. God, I ask your son, Jesus Christ, to come into my life and forgive me, Come into my life Lord Jesus, Thank you for the gift of eternal life. Amen”