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Mystery of Salvation

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Summary

It is important for us to know that the doctrine of salvation, just as is the case with other doctrines, is a mystery. Mystery does not refer to something that is esoteric and ethereal, which can be known only by a select few who have an exclusive exposure and access to what the uninitiated do not have. Mystery simply refers to something that has not been revealed and which, after it has been unveiled, ceases to be a mystery. There are deep truths about salvation which can be easily missed if dealt with superficially. This book probes into the depths of such revelational truths. We thank God that they have been revealed in the Bible.

What does it mean to be saved? What are the various dimensions of salvation? What happens to the sinful nature, which we all inherited from our forebears, when we get saved? What does it really mean to receive Christ as one’s Lord and Saviour? What does John 10:10b mean which says, ‘I have come so that you might have life and have it abundantly?’ Is it possible for the fallen sinful nature to cohabit the same space with Christ? Is it really possible to live a consistent victorious life? These and other questions are probed and answered in the book. If you wish to gain clarity on the issue of salvation, then this book is a must. But for you to benefit from it, you need to approach it with an open mind. You must not read it with your preconceived presuppositions on salvation. It quotes quite copiously from the Bible and this is deliberate. It forces the reader to interact with the Word of God in order to ascertain whether these things are so or not. It is hoped that you will read it not only for the purpose of broadening your intellectual horizons but, even more importantly, in order to deepen your personal walk with God.

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