There is No Other Name … What it means to be saved


Salvation is something that is very personal. Many like me are often pushed into trusting Christ for salvation. We do what we think others expect us to do, what our parents want, or what would make our Sunday school teachers, or others, happy.

On one hand, to become a Christian, to trust Christ as one’s Savior, is the most important decision that anyone can make. On the other hand, salvation is very personal and requires an honest commitment to God. Salvation is literally a life-and-death decision. It cannot be lightly entered into. And yet too, it cannot be put off. Life is too tenuous and short. And eternity is an awful long time! Our salvation moves us to another level of existence. We must contemplate and decide relatively quickly about Christ in order to settle the issue about our eternal destiny.

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