To be saved to the uttermost speaks of a much deeper salvation; a salvation not just from the wages of sin, but from the very chains of sin.
We are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them. (Ephesians 2:10)
Atonement is proof of God’s incredible love and mercy. Read what implications it has for us.
The wages of sin is death, but through Christ’s sacrifice we have been given the possibility for eternal redemption.
To be a partaker of the divine nature means that the characteristics of God’s nature become my own – through His creating work in me!
Many people insist that we can’t be perfect, but as Paul said, we are to press on to perfection. We are in the process of being perfected.
Does the law of sin in your own body take you captive, like it did to Paul? Do you want to be free? Read this!
Is salvation a one-time thing, or is it an ongoing process leading to growth and maturity in the knowledge of the Savior?
The Bible speaks about being perfect, and about being perfected. What does this mean, and is it possible to attain?
Salvation puts everything in our lives in order—starting with repentance, and separating out all sin and impurity.