Five Facts That A Saved Person Most Certainly Believes
According to John 14:6, how many ways are there to the Father? _________ Therefore, how many ways of salvation are there? ____________ Who is the only door that we can go through to be saved (John 10:9)? ____________________________. What is the only Name under heaven given among men whereby we might be saved (Read Acts 4:10-12)? ________________________________________________________
Romans 4:25: The Lord Jesus was ___________________ for ________ offences (speaking of His DEATH), and was ________________ ______________ for our (on account of our) justification (speaking of His RESURRECTION)! We have studied the death of Christ earlier in these study notes. Read 1 Thessalonians 4:14. A true Christian is one who believes that Jesus ___________ and _________ ___________. According to Romans 10:9, what must we believe in our hearts in order to be saved? __________________________________ (see also 1 Corinthians 15:1-4).
Hebrews 7:25: "Wherefore he is __________ also to __________ them to the____________________ that come unto God by him." Matthew 1:21: "And thou shalt call his name _______________; for he shall______________ his people from their sins." Thus, the name "JESUS" means (circle the correct one):
b. Son of God
Read Matthew 19:25-26. Is it possible for sinful men to be saved? __________ Read 1 Timothy 1:15-16. If Christ could save Paul (AND HE DID!), is He able to save other sinners also? ____________
Will Jesus ever refuse a sinner who comes to Him for salvation (John 6:37)?
______ What is Gods will (desire) for all men? (see 1 Timothy 2:3-4)
In order to understand FACT NUMBER 5, we must study 15 salvation promises that are found in the New Testament. These are conditional promises which means that IF the sinner does something, then God promises to do something. In other words, before God will fulfill the promise, the sinner must fulfill the condition. As soon as the sinner does what he is supposed to do, then God will surely keep His promise. Dont forget that these are promises given to us by the God who cannot lie (Titus 1:2).
As we study these 15 salvation promises we want to be looking for two things: a) First we want to see what the sinners responsibility is. This is exactly what the jailer wanted to know in Acts 16:30 when he cried out, "What must I do to be saved?" b) Second, we want to see what God promises to do for the sinner when the sinner responds in the right way. The first three verses will be done for you so that you will understand what to look for. Then look up the other verses that are listed and do the same for them.
1) Matthew 11:28
2) John 1:12
4) John 3:18
5) John 3:36
6) John 5:24
7) John 6:35
8) John 6:37
9) John 6:47
10) John 10:9
11) John 11:25
12) Acts 10:43
14) Romans 10:9
15) Romans 10:13