Master index of 25 studies: "Determine your salvation"

Lesson 25


Let us go back to the Bible. As God tells us in I Peter 4:11, "If anyone speaks, let him speak as the oracles of God." In other words, we are to speak where the Bible speaks and be silent where the Bible is silent. We must call Bible things by Bible names and do Bible things in Bible ways. We will not be wrong in doing this. To do this we must get rid of all the manuals, creeds, disciplines, and confessions that men have written and follow only what we can read in the Bible, because the Bible is our only guidebook to heaven.

We must dust our Bibles off and start studying them for ourselves. We must stop taking someone else's word for what it says and find out for ourselves what God is trying to tell us, if we will only listen to God. This is very important, for God says in Hosea 4:6, "My people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge: because you have rejected knowledge, I also will reject you." It is a very serious matter to be rejected of God because we did not care enough about what God is saying to us in His Word to read and study it for ourselves. Instead, we have taken someone else's word over God's Word. This is the reason we have so many different kinds of churches today. It is not good enough to be religious, but we must be right religiously. Everything we do must be according to God's word in the Bible. We will not make it to heaven by following guidebooks which men have written. Please don't think less of me for trying to point you to what the scriptures say concerning our salvation. As the apostle Paul says in Galatians 4:16, "Have I therefore become your enemy because I tell you the truth?" I am only wishing the best for you.

In closing, we ask the question again. Are You Really Sure Of Your Eternal Salvation? If you have seen from the scriptures that have been pointed out in this course or from your further study of the Bible that you have not done all the will of God and only the will of God, so that you can go to heaven, then please make those changes now so that your salvation can be assured. We are told in Amos 4:12, "Prepare to meet your God." On the Day of Judgment we will be either prepared or unprepared. Heaven is a prepared place for a prepared people. What are your plans for eternity? Are you going to be spending eternity in Heaven or in Hell. The choice is yours. Remember that only few will go to Heaven but the majority will go to Hell. This great responsibility rests upon each of us.

If you are not prepared to go to heaven, then make things right now. Don't put it off. Satan wants you to put it off. Satan works on all of us all of the time. He does not want us to change for the better. He wants our company in hell. He will do anything and everything to get us there. Do not allow anyone to explain away what you can read in the Bible that God wants you to do. We must take God seriously, because God is serious in what he is telling us in his word. Ecclesiastes 12:13 (KJV) sums up everything quite well when it says: "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God and keep His commandments for this is the whole duty of man."

I have tried to be open and honest with you. If you have any questions concerning the things discussed in this course or any other Bible questions please let me know by E-mail using the response form below. I would also like your input as to what you think of this course.

If you were to die today, do you know for sure, without a doubt, that you would go to heaven? Remember most people will not go to heaven, Matthew 7:13-14. Do you believe in God and Christ? I am sure you do. Are you willing to repent of your sins and confess that you believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God? Will you be baptized (immersed) for the remission of your sins so you can be saved? Then the Lord will add you to His church, the church of Christ, where we can worship Him faithfully until death when we will receive the crown of life in heaven.

Please answer the following questions as they applied to you at the time you were saved and not as you now understand what you need to do to be saved.

1) Have you ever been saved?

2) Did you go forward in church at the time you were saved?

3) Did you accept Christ as your personal saviour in order to be saved?

Were you saved and your sins forgiven at the time you accepted Christ as your personal saviour?

5) Have you been baptized?

6) At what age were you baptized?

7) How were you baptized?

8) How long after you accepted Christ as your personal saviour were you baptized?

9) Were you saved and your sins forgiven before or after you were baptized?

10) Did your baptism put you into Christ where all spiritual blessings are such as: salvation, forgiveness of sins, and eternal life?

11) Do you wear only the name Christian?

12 Are you really sure of your eternal salvation?

13) If you were to die today do you know for sure without a doubt that you would go to Heaven?


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