This Week’s Topic
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What Is Salvation?
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- Salvation is a fancy word for getting “right” with God.
- We get saved when we believe in Jesus. Ephesians 2:8-9
- Jesus paid to save us when he died on the cross.
- Anyone can make a personal decision to be saved. Romans 3:22
Romans 3:22 We are made right with God by placing our faith in Jesus Christ. And this is true for everyone who believes, no matter who we are.
This is part of the Bible Basics series.
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FlexTalk.org is a library of values-based conversation starters built for the home, school, and workplace. Each topic in our library has a short video along with talking points and discussion questions. Just find a topic, share it with family, friends, or a small group, and invite others into a life-changing conversation. Learn more at www.FlexTalk.org.
PursueGOD.org is a library of Bible-based conversation starters designed to help Christians make disciples. Each topic in our library has a short video along with talking points and discussion questions. Just find a topic, share it with family, friends, or a small group, and invite others into a life-changing conversation. Learn more at www.pursueGOD.org.
PursueGODkids.org is a library of Bible-based conversation starters designed for families and churches. Each lesson has a fun, short video where kids explain the Bible so other kids can understand it. Learn more at www.pursueGODkids.org.