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What is salvation?
Salvation in Christianity refers to the belief that individuals can be saved from sin and its consequences, and attain eternal life with God. It is seen as a gift from God through faith in Jesus Christ and his sacrifice on the cross.
According to Christian beliefs, all individuals are born with sin and are in need of salvation. Sin separates humanity from God and results in spiritual death and eternal separation from Him. However, through faith in Jesus Christ, individuals can receive forgiveness of sins and be reconciled to God.
Faith in Jesus Christ involves accepting him as Lord and Savior, and repenting of one’s sins. Repentance involves acknowledging one’s wrongdoing and turning away from it, seeking to live a life that is pleasing to God. Good works are also seen as an important aspect of the Christian life, as they serve as evidence of faith and obedience to God.
Our mission is to bring people closer to Christ through evangelism, discipleship, and outreach. We have a structured training program and access to biblical resources that guide our team in their efforts. If you would like to join us in spreading the word of Christ and impacting lives, please reach out to us through the email link provided, the contact form, or by visiting the Contact Us page and filling out the form to send your message.
Frequently asked questions
The specific belief and requirements for attaining salvation can vary among different religions. However, in Christianity, it is believed that salvation is attained through faith in Jesus Christ, repentance of sins, and acceptance of Him as Lord and Savior.
Faith is considered the foundation of salvation in Christianity. It is the belief in and trust in Jesus Christ and his sacrifice for the forgiveness of sins. Without faith, it is believed that salvation cannot be achieved.
This is a matter of personal belief and interpretation. Some may believe that salvation is only attainable within a specific religion, while others believe that it is possible for individuals of different beliefs to attain salvation.
This is a matter of debate among different Christian denominations. Some believe in the doctrine of “once saved, always saved,” while others believe that it is possible for a person to fall away from faith and lose their salvation.
This is another matter of debate among different Christian denominations. Some believe that faith in Jesus Christ is the only requirement for salvation, while others believe that good works are also necessary as evidence of faith and obedience to God.