To work out your salvation, you must get on the word daily. You must be fed with the word of God. You must continue in the word and endeavour to grow in it. Get on the word daily, meditate on it continuously and let it be a very part of your life.
The life of Christ in you has to be evidenced to everyone around you. If people around you are not sure of how to categorise you as a born again Christian or not, then it may just be about time to check your Continuous salvation.
After you are saved, you must continue to live a life of the word and fashioned after Christ Jesus. This lifestyle must be evident to all around you, because God accepts you by faith, men on the other hand accept you by works.
Legal salvation is therefore available to everyone. Everyone is legally saved in the eyes of God. This is because He (God) has made it available and accessible to everyone that is willing. In God’s eyes everyone in this world is potentially saved.
The only recipe for God’s salvation as mandated by God is through Jesus Christ and the gospel of Jesus Christ. Beyond the gospel of Jesus Christ there is no other means of God’s salvation. People may make up different kinds of gospels (which simply means good news). They may be pleasing to peoples’ emotions and feelings but as long as it is outside the gospel of Jesus Christ, it lacks the power to save.
All you have to do is to tell people about what Christ has done for you and invite them to your church. Like the Samaritan woman, eagerly tell the people about the good thing you have witnessed. Your eagerness and enthusiasm can draw people to follow you to Christ and your church to see why you are excited.
Sinners are who they are because of their sinful nature. The old nature which was inherited from Adam. It is not because of sinful deeds that the sinner is a sinner but it is because of a sinful nature; therefore you don’t have to make their deeds the focus of your preaching, but present what Christ did for them on the cross.
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