Jesus Saves When We Call Upon Him!
Jesus saves everyone from condemnation! YES, Jesus saves, but only for those who want to be saved. If you believe in your heart and confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, you will be saved Romans 10:9. If you choose not to, then you will not be saved from your sins and will be required to pay your penalty, unfortunately.
Jesus saved me when I was 26 years old by coming hitting bottom and ending up in long-term drug and alcohol treatment. He used my addiction to drugs and alcohol to bring me to my knees to him in humility. I am here to help point you Jesus Christ to be saved from all your sins by accepting Jesus into your life as Lord and Savior because God so loved the world that He gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. Trust me that I know that Jesus saves because He saved me! John 3:16. ~ Bill Greguska
- Questions about Jesus Christ?
- Questions about Salvation?
- What does it mean to accept Jesus as your personal Savior?
- What does it mean that Jesus saves?
- What does it mean to have faith in Jesus?
Jesus Saves You When You Call Out To Him!
Has Jesus saved me? I dare not speak with any hesitation here; I know He has. His Word is true; therefore, I am saved. ~ Charles Spurgeon
John 14:6 Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.
Jesus Saves Thru The Trinity!
Because we have sinned against an infinite God, either we must pay for our sins for an infinite amount of time, or an infinite person (Jesus) must pay for our sins one time.
There is no other option.The Lord saves us by dying in our place. In the person of Jesus Christ, God sacrificed Himself on our behalf, paying the infinite and eternal penalty only He could pay 2 Corinthians 5:21; 1 John 2:2. Jesus took the punishment that we deserve to save us from a horrible eternal destiny, the just result of our sin.
Because of His great love for us, The Lord laid down His life John 15:13, paying the penalty that we had earned, but could not pay. Jesus was then resurrected, demonstrating that His death was indeed enough to pay the penalty for our sins.
What Does It Mean, By Jesus Saves?
“Jesus saves” is a famous slogan on bumper stickers, signs at athletic events, and even banners being pulled across the sky by small airplanes. It is sad that only a few who see the phrase “Jesus saves” truly and fully understand what it means. There is a tremendous amount of power and truth packed into those two words. Once understood, you will then know God better.
It says in the Bible that Jesus saves, but many people still ask, does Jesus save everyone? Don’t take the chance if you even have doubt at all in your mind at all, call this number 1-800-633-3446 and talk to someone who can answer any of your questions.
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Jesus Saves By Religion Or Relationship With God?
Simply, religion is a set of man’s rules on how to get into heaven and the things needed to be done to be a good person. On the other hand, a relationship with God is the knowing who God is and what His will for you is? A real Christian understands that God’s grace is a gift that we do not have to earn, it is something given that we need to accept. Christians do a good deed because we love God and are thankful for all he has done for us. We never think that our good deeds would ever be enough. It took a living sacrifice or Jesus Christ to make us right with God. A relationship with God is what God wants; He does not want us to think religion is the answer, or why would Jesus have to die on the cross for your sins?
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There is no better news than the fact that Jesus can actually turn a life upside down and save it. ~ Cliff Richard
Ephesians 2:8-9 For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works so that no one can boast.