John 3:1-21, john 1:12

“But as many as received Him, to them gave Her power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on His name.


It is an experience of deliverance from the yoke of sin and it consequences ( Eze18:4b).it is a deliverance from the sinful nature and implantation of the nature of God that enables us to live the life God intends for and require of us. Rom8:1-4

Three Aspect of Salvation

There are three aspect of salvation or to the state of grace, and each one characterized by a word conveying a define picture or illustration of the blessing

A) Justification: is a judicial term bringing to our mind a courtroom scene. Man guilty and condemned before God, is acquitted and declared righteous, that is justified

B) Regeneration ( in word experience) and adoption ( the outward privilege) suggest a household scene. The soul dead in trespasses and in sins, needs a new life, which new life is impacted by a Divine act of regeneration. The person then becomes a child of God and a member of His household.

C) The word Sanctification suggests a temple scene, for the word, is connected primarily with the worship of God. Set right in relationship to God’s law and born again to a new life, the person is henceforth dedicated to the service of God. Bought with a price, he is no longer his own, he depart not from the temple figuratively speaking but serves God day and night. He is sanctified by God and self given to God.

What is the provision of God for our salvation?

JESUS CHRIST: His suffering,His blood, His death, His burial, His resurrection, His ascension, His intercession, His second coming. Hen 9:22

Important of Salvation

1. You are freed from the yoke and bondage of sin. Ron 6:2-3

2. The mind of Christmas ( this is still like the database). 1 for 2:16

3. The Holy spirit. John 14:15-18, 16:7-15

4. The Grace of God That teaches. Tit 2:11.

Note. Turning from sin and turning to God are the conditions and preparations for salvation. Strictly speaking, there is no meditation to repentance or faith; for all that is necessary for salvation has already been done for the penitent.