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Resources: Salvation

Good News: God Forgives

The forgiveness of God is a prominent theme throughout Scripture, one that should invoke from us expressions of wonder and praise. Here is a passage from the Old Testament. There are countless others throughout the Bible.

Do Muslims believe in Christ, and will they be saved as a result?

The issue seems to be what Muslims believe about Jesus Christ. My question would be: "What does your sister-in-law not believe about Jesus that keeps her from becoming a Christian?

Will we be reunited with children who have died too young to believe in Christ?

Scripture opens the door to the answer to this question through its teaching that God has a special love for children.

Why can one only be saved if he is obedient? Is this not works salvation?

In regards to your article on evangelism by Tozer in your newsletter, I wonder why one can only be saved if he is obedient? Is this not works salvation?

The only obedience that is necessary for salvation is yielding to the requirements of the gospel (John 3:16, Acts 16:30,31). What Tozer is pointing out is that obedience is the evidence, not the basis, of salvation. If Christianity is indeed a relationship instead of a religion, how is it possible to be unchanged by contact with the holy, awesome, personal Creator of the Universe? James addresses the same ...

Who will be in heaven?

While there may be others we don't know of who God has created or will create in the future, we know the following will be in heaven: God himself (Deut. 26:15; Matt. 6:9); all God's people—covered by Christ's blood—from earth who have died (Rev. 4-5; Luke 16:22, 25; Heb. 12:23); righteous angels (Luke 2:15; Matt. 28:2; Heb. 12:22).

For more information on this subject, see Randy Alcorn's book Heaven.

Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Hear: God’s Offer of Salvation

A few days ago a friend asked me to meet with her non-Christian family and share the gospel with them.

Road To Belief

I wanted to thank you for taking this afternoon time out of your busy schedule so we could meet.

Sexual Abuse Can be an Obstacle to Salvation

Becoming a Christian makes a person clean. However, if the dirtiness that a person feels is not a result of her actions then it is hard to really feel like you’ve been forgiven.

Sin, Blame & Forgiveness

I was not implying our pain is not real or valid, but simply that what others have done against us—which is what we always tend to focus on, a wrong focus often fostered by modern psychology and counseling methods—should be put in proportion, and should not dominate our thinking and overshadow us, keeping us from forgiveness. There is little we can do about the sins others do to us, other than forgive them. There is much we can do about our sins against God and others—confess and repent and embrace the forgiveness of God and call on his power to live differently.

Could Jesus have failed in His mission to redeem us?

Question from a reader:

I read the following from Paul Crouch of TBN, and wanted to get your opinion of it:

“A lot can happen in six hours. But not just any six hours. These six hours were the most unique and critical ones in the history of the world and, in fact, the universe. The fate of the very Godhead was at stake. ‘Heresy,’ someone says? Well, let’s ask the question: Could Jesus have failed in His mission?

“If your answer is ‘no,’ then the whole mission is a fraud. The possibility of failure had to be there ...

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