Speaking many words about a subject does not mean that we have great knowledge of the subject. We often value sounding smart over being smart. It may feel like perception is everything, but there are a few key issues where we can’t afford to just sound smart. Salvation is one of them. A popular definition of salvation is, “the act of saving or protecting from harm, risk, loss, destruction, etc.” The ultimate example is how Jesus Christ overcame sin and death so that we could be reconciled to God, not receiving the judgment for our sin, but rather being given eternal life. In John 3:10 the Greek word used for salvation means the deliverance from molestation of enemies. Satan, the enemy, is bent on destroying God’s creation, and I’m sure he’s thrilled that we’ve allowed sin to fester in our lives. But we are saved from this when we come to Christ, ask His forgiveness, and commit our lives to following Him as LORD. 1 Peter 1 is very clear on this, and our position toward God.
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