Thursday, Dec 14th

Last update:04:48:55 PM GMT

You are here: Christian Doctrine Salvation

Salvation

The Biblical Pathway to Heaven. Salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.

  1. God elects a man in eternity to be saved. This sets in motion an historical process that cannot be changed.
  2. A man thus elected by God WILL be saved at some time in his lifetime.
  3. When God prompts him He begins by making him ‘born again’. This is when his dead spirit is made alive, so he can recognise, and respond to, God through the Holy Spirit.
  4. Once he is born again, the man will undergo remarkable differences, and he at last responds to the things of God.
  5. Then at some point he recognises his sin, repents, and may (some do not, because it is implied) ask God to come into his life.
  6. At that precise point he is saved on this earth, completing God’s election.
  7. After this he ‘works out’ his salvation in godliness until he dies.
  8. Then, he will be resurrected with a new body fit for Heaven immediately before the Judgment, and he will finally take his rest in Heaven, the whole process coming to its proper conclusion.

Thus:

Saved in eternity – saved in time – working out salvation – entering heaven, saved forever. Baptism is only the sign to others that all this has and will take place.

But, the man who is not elect knows none of this and he does not really care. He does not care because he is not elect, so his conscience is numb, his spirit dead, and he cannot seek after God (unless he is born again). To put it plainly, such a man does not even understand this truth when it is explained in simple language. The Christian cannot overcome this barrier, which is eternal. 

Is God calling you to obey the command to follow Jesus Christ? This website will teach you true Christian Doctrine.

Title Filter 
Display # 
# Article Title Author
1 "I'll Repent on my Death-Bed!" K B Napier
2 'Mission & Death of Christ' by Francis Turrentin Francis Turretin (1623-1687)
3 'Prove Your Conversion: Read Your Bible', by J.C. Ryle J.C. Ryle
4 Acts 8: A Second Blessing of the Holy Spirit? K B Napier
5 Acts 8:14-17 K B Napier
6 Anathema K B Napier
7 Are the Unsaved Dead or Alive? K B Napier
8 Augustine and Free Will K B Napier
9 Being Saved K B Napier
10 Birthright Church Membership K B Napier
11 Born Again K B Napier
12 Can a Believer Become an Unbeliever? K B Napier
13 Choice to Hell? K B Napier
14 Conditional Election K B Napier
15 Did Jesus die only for the elect, or for everyone? K B Napier
16 Do We Have a Dark Side? K B Napier
17 Faith – or Superstition? K B Napier
18 Free Will:- “An Arminian Delusion” K B Napier
19 Galatians 2:16 - “Justified by Our Faith?” K B Napier
20 God Chooses Who Will be Saved - "Everything Else is a Lie” K B Napier
21 God's Love, Christ's Death, and Salvation. Not for Everyone! K B Napier
22 GOD’S DISCRIMINATING LOVE A. W. Pink
23 Hell is Forever K B Napier
24 How Can We Be ‘Eternally’ Saved? K B Napier
25 John 3:16 K B Napier
26 John 3:16: - Not a universal offer of salvation K B Napier
27 Justified by Faith K B Napier
28 Man Does Not Have Free Will: (Part 2 of A/701) K B Napier
29 Millennium Preaching K B Napier
30 Predestination K B Napier
31 Predestination and Foreknowledge:- Different But Equal K B Napier
32 Predestination and Free Will K B Napier
33 Predestination and Freewill;- “Arminian Errors” K B Napier
34 Purgatory "Another Catholic Myth” K B Napier
35 Redemption is in Eternity K B Napier
36 Responding to the Call of Salvation K B Napier
37 Righteousness - “Its Meaning” K B Napier
38 Salvation & Baptism K B Napier
39 The Free-Will Fallacy:- “A simple primer” K B Napier
40 The Kingdom of Heaven K B Napier
41 What is ‘Free Grace’ K B Napier
42 What is ‘Hell’? Is there a Soul? K B Napier
43 What is ‘Sin’? K B Napier
44 Who Did Christ Die For? Earl Beason
45 Why Did Jesus Use Parables? K B Napier
46 Why Only Our Omniscient God Has Free Will K B Napier
47 Why Salvation is Not Universal K B Napier
48 Will We Have Bodies in Heaven? K B Napier
49 “When young Children or the unborn Die, do they Go to Heaven?” K B Napier