Steps of Salvation

There are five steps of salvation that each of us goes through. Five? This can daunting, but don’t worry, none of these are hard steps.

steps of salvation

I firmly believe that everyone should make firm knowledgeable decisions in every aspect of their lives and salvation is a very important decision.  So as I’ve mentioned there are five steps of salvation:

  • Believe
  • Confession
  • Repentance
  • Baptism
  • Holy Ghost


In this bible study topic, we will be studying the first of these salvation steps.

Step #1 – Believe

We are at a very important turning point in our lives…

At this point we have heard about of the redemptive act that Jesus Christ did on the Cross and we know and understand that Jesus did it just to save us.

At this point we have already heard the gospel, whether through a preacher, through a witness, friend or relative and we are now ready take our first step…So, today within salvation bible study topic get ready to take the first steps of salvation …Believe !

Hebrews 11:6

‘ … he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him ‘

It is easy to get caught up in the flow of it all and shout on the mountain tops I BELIEVE! I BELIEVE! I BELIEVE!  But the question still remains, ‘What do you believe?’  Can you say what do you believe? Well after this bible study lesson you will surely be able to say what you Believe!

As we embrace Christian Salvation we must stand firmly on WHO and WHAT we believe because, no doubt, we will be tried and questioned at every opportunity. But God is our keeping power! He does not want his children to be easily swayed; tossed to and fro with every wind of doctrine.

So from Hebrews we have learnt something important. That as we come to him, or as we approach him, as we press towards him, as we speak to him in prayer, we must believe that he is. Before we even do anything else, we must know without a doubt that he exists. Then we must believe that he will reward you when you seek after him. That you will find out more about him, that he will give you of his power and gifts and his fruit when you seek after him. That you will change!

Do you want that change? To be more like Christ, as we grow closer to him? My my my, I so want more and more of him. And he promise that he will reward us as we diligently seek him.

Understanding the First Steps of Salvation

Let us now dissect to learn more about this important step in our Christian Salvation. Believe comes from the Greek word ‘Pisteuo’ which means:

  • to be firmly persuaded as to something
  • to have moral conviction
  • to have faith
  • to entrust one spiritual well being to Christ

So when we say that we Believe, we are in other words saying that we have ‘firm persuasion’ in every Word spoken by God and we have entrusted our spiritual wellness into the hand of Jesus Christ.

Belief is a very powerful tool. It is actually, the first ingredient in achieving anything in this life and receiving anything from God. Powerful isn’t it? To receive anything, we must always first Believe.

James 1: 6,7,8

But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. For let not that man think that he shall receive anything of the Lord. A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.

On the other end of belief is doubt. Imagine a waves of the sea that goes out, then in; forward then back ward; forward then backward constantly all day, every day. That’s a double minded man. That’s what doubt does to us when it steps in. It cancels our drive that propels us forward to achieve any goal and before we even releases it, it cause us to loose ground and even go backwards.

Doubt only job is to choke the Word that has been planted in us so that the Word will eventually die. That’s why A person filled with doubt cannot receive anything from God because No one can have victory in that condition.

So we must have a firm persuasion in what we believe.

Taking the Steps of Salvation: Believing the Gospel of Good News

First : We must first Believe in the Gospel ( declaration of good news) that you heard. Which is:

  1. God came to earth, and put on flesh and walked among us.

John 1:1

‘ In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God’

John 1: 14

‘ And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us,(and we beheld his glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

God came to earth and clothed himself in flesh and walked among us. His name was called Jesus which mean Jehovah Saves Us. He felt what it is to have a need; what is to be hungry; what it is to hurt. He identified with us so that when we have a need, we are sure that he will answer because he knows what that need feels like.

  1. The Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ

Embracing Christian Salvation means that you must also believe that Jesus Christ was born of a Virgin. Not a Virtuous Woman, but a Virgin. It may be hard to visualize but this shows us all, how powerful God is! There is nothing impossible with God! We cannot put a limit on his ability in our lives!

Prophesied in Isaiah 7: 14

Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel (which means God with us)

Fulfilled  in Matt 1: 18 – 23

an excerpt

‘…fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife: for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost, And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins. 

3. That Jesus paid the price for us , that we could not pay for ourselves : He redeem us by dying for our sins, for our healing and for our deliverance.

Prophesied in Isaiah 53: 4 -10

an excerpt

... but he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him: and with his stripes we are healed.

Fulfilled in Matt chapter 26 to chapter 28

Jesus paid the price that we could not pay. We were too far gone. Too wrapped up in Sin. We were doomed. So as Pastor Wintley Phipps said, we restored us. He bought back what first belonged to him because he loved us so much. And he did that by shedding his blood.

  • We must believe that there is no sin that is too great  that the blood of Jesus cannot wash away.
  • We must also know that Jesus took 40 lashes: each one for our healing. There is no sickness that the Great Physician cannot heal and Nothing that he cannot deliver us from.
  1. He died and was buried and he rose. He was in the earth three (3) days and three nights, and on the 3rd day he rose again, was seen of many, ascended into heaven and is alive forever.

Matt 28: 6

He is not here: for he is risen as he said. Come see the place where the Lord lay.

Acts 1: 9

And when he had spoken these things, while they beheld, he was taken up; and a cloud received out of their sight.

Jesus was the first fruit of them that slept. Being the first fruit does not mean that he was the first to rise from the dead. If that was so then what about the many others in the bible that did rise from the dead, including Lazarus whom Jesus himself rose after four days.

What it means is that he was the first that died and rose and lives forever! Showing us exactly what will happen to us on that glorious day. It give us hope that even if this body dies, we are only sleeping and we shall be risen again to live and reign with him in eternity.

We are God’s children, and just as Jesus rose and is alive, we also will be risen also. That self same power that raised Jesus from the dead will raise us up also.

Taking the Steps of Salvation: Believing In God’s Abilities

  1. Believe that he is able to do the impossible in your life. To turn your life around for the better. To perform a miracles in your personality and in your surroundings so that you too can look back at your life in one year and say, look where God has brought me.

Ephesians 3: 20

Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us

He is able to do great things in your life. Your strength alone cannot make the changes. If it could, by now the transformation that you’ve longed for would have taken place already. But God’s power can make the changes! His strength is made perfect in our time of weakness.

Do you believe that he is able to do this?

  1. 2. Believe that if we accept Jesus, we will not perish in our sins but that we will have life everlasting.

John 3: 16

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Himshould not perish but have everlasting life.

When you embrace salvation, you also have an opportunity to receive eternal life, through Jesus Christ. Do You believe that he is able to do this?

Taking the Steps of Salvation: Believing That Jesus Is Coming Back

Believe that on that day, Jesus will come back to judge the world and everyone according to how they lived whether good or bad.

Acts 1: 11

… this same Jesus, which was taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven

Believe that this life is not all there is. There is a life after death. That means that we will all live again. Some to a life of joy and peace and some to eternal torment and damnation. But if we believe that Jesus is coming back to reward us for our work here on earth, we will make ourselves ready to receive him.

Do you believe this?

Conclusion

We’ve discussed the importance of the first step to salvation. Imagine, this powerful tool is the first ingredient to achieving anything in this life and receiving anything from God. Before we can get anything, guess what? We must first Believe.

The first steps of salvation should not only be demonstration at the beginning of our Christianity but during our walk as well for daily we will be faces with challenges and we must always believe in his abilities. For without belief we cannot receive anything from God.

So, let us recommit ourselves to daily remove any doubt  from our lives. For Doubt hinders us from receiving anything from God. Let us daily re-enforce our trust and belief in God and his Word.

Share this lesson with your friends and family or anyone you know that needs this information. Leave your comments below then let’s go on to the second step to salvation, Confession.

Step # 2 – Confession

 

Welcome! This Bible study on salvation is the second in our salvation steps bible study course. See the first here.

Today it’s all about Confession. Yes, confession which is your second step to salvation. If you have not seen our first lesson you can do so now, then come on back when you are through. We’ll be waiting for you. 🙂 Now let’s dive right in. Once we let go and embrace what God has to offer, we can rest assured that we will be truly be blessed by his word.

Many are taught that our salvation process ends and begin at the first step, which is to Believe. Boy, are we fooling ourselves.

My friends the process to salvation does not end there; actually our salvation process has only just begun! Through this bible study on salvation we will now take the next step toward the door of eternal life, which is the Step of Confession.

What is Confession Really About?

Well, what is Confession really about?  Can this step be skipped? Why do we need to lay all our baggage on the table before God? Doesn’t he know about our past already? Let’s see what this scripture for salvation have to say on this matter:

Romans 10:10

‘for with the heart man believeth (adheres to, trust in, relies on Christ) unto righteousness ; with your mouth confession ( declares openly and speaks out freely your faith) is made unto salvation’

bible study on salvationBefore we continue, did you notice what happened in Romans 10 vs 10?

Did you see that these salvation steps are interlocked? Well look again..

“It is with heart we believe, and with our mouth we confess.”

Ha!

These salvation steps are like an interlocked chain. None goes without the other. So then salvation is incomplete unless we follow each step. Okay, Okay ( trying to calm my excitement for God’s word 🙂 ) Let’s move on now:

As we can see, Confession is as important as the first step that you have already taken. With our heart we believe, but it is with our mouth, we confess. Yes, believing is an absolutely important first step, but so also is Confession. As a matter of fact, every one of these steps to salvation is as important as its counterpart. Without Confession our salvation is incomplete.

Let’s dig a little deeper to uncover the truth about the power of Confession. Listen to this magnificent definition of Confession:

It is the Outward or Spoken declaration of accepting Jesus Christ as one’s Lord and Savior while publicly condemning sin.

When we looked at Believe we realized that our heart must turn to, and rely on Jesus Christ for the deliverance work to begin, but as we look into Confession we realize that we must also declare openly and freely about the transformation that has begun in our hearts.

This does not mean that you gather a pen and a paper and begin listing from birth the things that you have done wrong. Then declare them to all. It means to acknowledge that you are a sinner and that you’ve sinned in word thoughts and deed. And to say that you are sorry. Then to walk and talk, acknowledging that God has begun a wonderful change within you. This is what confession is all about.

I have realized throughout my path of witnessing to others that it has become a comfortable proverb to say ‘Yes I believe on Jesus’. Most persons do not feel compelled or have any interest to go any further.

James 2:19,20: ‘Thou believest that there is one God; thou does well: the devils also believe and tremble. But wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith without works is dead

Wow! James have some sound words for us all. It shows that belief is not enough for even the devils, (who are the personification of evil, the enemies of God and mankind), they also know and believe that there is a God!

James addressed this matter by saying, believing is good but it is not enough. It must be accompanied with our Works! What are our works? The answer begins with Confession:

……. then Repentance, then Baptism, and then receiving of his Holy Spirit! Is that the end of our works no. For daily we press to a higher mark in Christ and daily we are tried and tested. So daily we must believe and also put our faith to work.

Do you remember the scripture that says ‘Every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess ( Romans 14: 11)? We might have thought that this scripture was written only to the enemies of God but I am using this bible study on salvation as a medium to let all know that this scripture also meant us! None was exempted!  Notice, Romans 14: 11 did not say ‘Some’ or ‘Many’. It said what….Every!

So praise God for we are given the opportunity to Confess now unto salvation. For confessing later, will just be a LOT too late.

Confession? Is this bible study on Salvation topic really Necessary?

Let’s put it like this: If you are afraid to confess God as your Lord and Savior then He is not your Lord and Savior.

Let me give a literally example: Have you ever gotten so embarrassed being around a family member, maybe because they were a BAD singer and they always sang off key? In that very instance if anyone asked your relations, you would think 100 times before you said that you were related in any way… well I know I would. lol

What’s the point?

If we are having difficulty confessing Jesus, then that means, we do not want others to know that he is Lord of our lives. We are ashamed or afraid. But Jesus said that if we are ashamed to confess him to others, He will also be ashamed to confess us before His Father.

The Woman of Samaria who met Jesus at the well was our perfect example. When she got just a few minutes alone with him, it was impossible for her to hold her peace! She went running through her village saying … come see a man!

And because some was in doubt that such a man existed, she took them personally to see for themselves! She was not afraid to be associated with so great a Man and neither should any of us.

You May Want To Know The Power Of Confession

Examining our Tongue:

James 3:6

‘And the tongue is a fire, a world of iniquity: so is the tongue among our members, that defileth the whole body …’ 

The tongue? That little thing that weight less than a pounds? Can cause so much destruction? Yes my friends.

James speaks about how small our tongue is yet this little member is the most destructive force on our body. What a description: ‘the tongue is a fire’. A little fire can cause such a blaze that can destroy villages.

Wars begin and ends with the power of the tongue. Such is the same for the warring in our souls. The Bible says life and death is in the power of the tongue. By constantly speaking negativity in our lives we will soon realize that we shall have what we speak.

The Power of Our Words

Words are Creative Forces. God gave unto everyone of us that creative power to turn situation around just by our Words.

Salvation Scripture: Matthew 21: 22

‘And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive. 

It is no mistake that the first step of salvation is to believe, for when our words are mixed with faith our prayers become magnetic forces that pulls every answer out of the throne room of God and pulls into existence things that does not exist.

Is there some weakness in your life that you cannot seem to find a way to rid of it? Speak to that weakness and Speak into your future!  Let that weakness know that it will not stay! In its place claim what you want to take place in your life.

Promises Of God When We Confess

The scriptures has identified four main things that we receive when we confess. Let’s have proverbs take the lead in this area:

So that we can obtain mercy.

Selected Salvation Scripture: Proverbs 28: 13

He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy 

First we must confess our sins to God so that we can obtain mercy. God does not like pretense. He loves honesty. Your confession to him, is not for him to point fingers back at you. It is for us see ourselves. To see our condition. To see our faults and to forsake them. He promises that when we see our faults and forsake them, he will give us mercy and pardon our sins.

John will give us the second and the third promise:

1 John 1: 9: If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness ( or wrong doings)

God promised if we confess

  1. He will forgive us
  2. And cleanse us from all wrong doing and make us justified before him

Last but surely not least:

Romans 10:9: That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in  thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved  

  1. In confessions we must declare that Jesus Christ is Lord, and with our belief we shall be

So it Mercy , Forgiveness, Cleansing, and Salvation: all promised to us in connection with the second step of salvation. Did you also realize you see what happened again in Romans 10: 9? The words confession and belief shining through again? I told you the salvation process was interlocked.

Now keep a hold of Proverbs 28: 13 for the same thing is happening once again but with a different salvation step. So we studied about confession in the bible study on salvation. Up next in lesson 3 we’ll be studying about Proverbs 28: 13 in a different light …( let’s learn more about the third steps to salvation.

I pray that the words of this bible study on salvation have impacted your life is a magnificent way. Click and share this lesson with your friends and family before moving on to the next salvation step. Don’t forget to leave your comments below:

Step 3 : Repentance

Have you been wondering how to receive salvation? This bible study topic on repentance is just that lesson for you.

Today we are going to speak about a word that you’ve most likely heard before. Yet there is so much we can learn from this one word : Repentance. Before we begin unraveling the word of God and answering your most needed questions : how to receive salvation, let me first say Congratulations to anyone who are taking these steps of salvation for the first time.

I am sure you have leapt over your first salvation step and the second like a Ninja! Now you are one step closer your salvation goal. You may have in the past, referred to these steps as the ‘abc of salvation’ or maybe you call them ‘the salvation requirements’. It really does not matter the name that is used, for in this lesson we will be speaking about one and the self same thing. What matters most is that you arrive at the end of your goal. And That’s where I come in ….

In these Salvation Steps, we have now come to the third area in the process of receiving salvation, and it’s all about Repentance. This might be a hard pill to swallow, but it is still nonetheless true: we cannot arrive at the point of repentance unless we have already taken our first two steps.

And we cannot truly take the next step, which is baptism, unless we have first repented. So, as we can see, these steps are like an interlinked chain, each taking us even closer to the other.

You may be saying right here: ” But Joan, this cannot be right because I know of people who got ‘baptised’ before following any of the above steps. Well, I am with you on that one as well. Because I know of individuals that was just following the crowd, or just did it because their loved one influenced them, but it was not from the heart. For those situations I boldly say, that that was not a baptism, it was just a ‘bath’.

So, we must seriously consider the steps that we are making for each step is very, even if they can be made with little or no effort on our part. They are still very important.

How to Receive Salvation? Repentance Overview:

When I first learned about this area of the salvation steps, I honestly thought that it was only referring to ‘asking God for forgiveness’. Boy I was I fooling myself! Repentance is much more than just whispering a prayer of forgiveness to God. Repentance is a Life Changing Word.  In other words, Repentance is not only a Talk but Walk! Why would I say this? We” see the answer through its definition:

The word repentance comes from the Greek word ‘metanoia’. It means a change in one’s way of life resulting from regret or sorrow and spiritual conversion / change.

Before I continue, what word does the word above sound similar to? Yep, you got it: Metamorphosis. And as we examine the definition of metamorphosis we will discover that the meaning is so close to that of repentance.

Metamorphosis means the process of transformation from an immature form to an adult form in two or more distinct stages.

Two things to keep in mind is:

  1. It is a process ( it does happen overnight )
  2. It happens in stages: as growth takes place, so does the transformation.

This is why I’ve continually emphasized that these salvation steps are not just a onetime effort. They are not just a Talk but a continual Walk!  A continual walk of improvement and growth. Throughout our lives, as we go through the day, or face trials and temptations, we will find that we must constantly Believe, Confess and Repent unto God.

Every day, as we allow God free reign in our lives and our circumstances, he will continually reveal areas in our lives that need changes. It is our responsibility not only to ask for forgiveness but also to allow our transformation process from sinners to sanctified and holy vessels of righteousness, to begin and continue, through to the end.

Receiving Salvation: What Does Repentance Entail?

There are two main actions that true Repentance will evoke. They are:

  • Godly sorrow for our sins
  • Hating and forsaking sin, knowing that it is displeasing in God’s sight

So then when we speak of repentance we speak of:

  1. turning or making a change
  2. changing of views, outlook, purpose;
  3. changing of heart, mind, and / or life
  4. a transformation

Wow! That right there is some good stuff!  As we can see, the definition of metanoia comes very close to the word metamorphosis. So this third area of these salvation steps speaks of not just saying ‘Lord I am sorry’. It actually means to make a complete turn around! A 360 degree change.

  • Our views on life will change
  • Our motives will change
  • Our desires will change
  • Our purpose will change
  • The way we think will change
  • The way we behave will change
  • Our conversations will change

In other words, You ….will Change.

Repentance represents a complete turnaround from what we used to do. We will no longer have a desire to do them anymore. We will be on the journey to becoming a ‘New Man’ in Christ. Do you understand the depth that lies in our repentance? God is not asking for us to only say that we are sorry, he wants us to change, to completely let go of those things that does not please him. And that’s the power that lies in true repentance. Read this next scripture carefully. Let’s look at what Paul said

2 Corin 7: 9 -10 KJV

Now I rejoice, not that ye were made sorry,but that ye sorrowed to repentance: for ye were made sorry after a godly manner…. For godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of….

Paul was not happy because we were sorrowful. What made him happy was that this sorrow moved us to make a 360 degree change. This right here is the definition of the word ‘godly sorrow’. At the moment that we heard the Word, God began the work behind the scenes.

He gave us something that caused us to reconsider our lifestyles. He unveiled our eyes and melted our hearts and began to whisper to our spirit man sweet words of love. Then we became sorrowful and we were moved with a massive desire to change our ways. God gave us that gift of Godly sorrow that draws us to the need for change to do what right before him.

How to Receive Salvation: Examining the Transformation of Repentance

It is so easy and even common for us to see the faults of another, and pretend that we have it all together but there is not one of us that have not sinned even if we live moral and upstanding lives and Proverbs 28:13 says ‘he that covereth his sins shall not prosper’.

Yet this very same scripture ends with a promise: It says ‘WHOSO’ which is the shorten form of the word ‘whosoever’. This means that the promise is not limited to a special race of people, it’s for any and everybody. Whether you are rich or poor, black or green. This promise is for All! It says

‘but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy’

Do you remember this scripture Proverbs 28: 13? We first spoke about it in our second lesson on how to receive salvation but we focused on confession then. In that lesson we mentioned that these salvation steps are interlocked. If you look at Proverbs you will see it indicating that first confession then you’ll see the word ‘forsaking’ – which you’ve now discovered, speaks to the salvation step of repentance. Both are necessary in order to receive mercy.

We must confess … then take another step…repentance

Proverbs 28: 13 : He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy

So then, the transformation begins when we not only confess, but when we forsake our sins. Forsake means the giving up of something we formerly held dear to us or leaving it altogether.  You here that! That right there is what true repentance means. God is saying through this scripture that we must not only confess but we must GIVE IT UP! Give it up all together. It is then, that we shall have mercy.

Have you ever watched a room that is lit by a light bulb recently? I did, and God showed me something marvelous. The further I got away from the light the darker it became, but closer and closer I got to this light the darkness flee away. What an awesome revelation! So the more we give up the things of our past and the more we draw closer and closer to Jesus (who is the light of the world) the more we will be transformed!

5 Surefire Signs of Repentance:

So how will we know when this third phase of these salvation steps has occurred in our lives.  How will you know that you have truly repented?  The answer is not only in our heart but also in our lifestyle. We will begin to feel and see the changes.

When Repentance has taken place you will realize these Signs in you:

2 Corin 7:11 KJV

‘For behold the selfsame thing, that ye sorrowed after a godly sort, what carefulness it wrought in you, yea, what clearing of yourself, what indignation, yea what fear, yea what vehement desire, yea,  what zeal, yea, what revenge…’

Sign #1 : Repentance makes us Careful

We are careful not to do as we did in the past. We are careful to consider our words and our steps. We are careful to consider the friends that we keep and the places that we go. So that we don’t fall into the same temptations again.

Sign #2: Repentance brings Vindication

We are eager to make up for time lost while we were in sin. We are eager to clear ourselves so that our lifestyle does not cause others to wonder whether Jesus has touched us. Vindication is a defense against criticism. So we are becoming blameless before God.

Sign #3: Repentance brings Indignation

Big word! But is just means anger or annoyance at sin and the sins of our past. We will realize the things we once loved; we would now hate to be associated with them. If you once loved parties or ‘clubbing’, you will realize that you no longer have a desire to be close to that atmosphere.

Sign #4 : Repentance brings Fear or Reverence for God

We now respect God as our Father and that we are his children. So then we are careful not to disrespect him by our actions.

Sign # 5 : Repentance brings Desire, Zeal and Revenge

We will have a strong desire to be pleasing to God and a strong yearning for the things of God and to be more like God. We will have a readiness to protect and defend the gospel and win others for Christ. To win our families neighbors for Christ. We will have such a strong zeal for others to experience the same overwhelming joy that has entered our lives.

It is important for all to experience this area of these salvation steps because sin has touched the lives of every one of us. Repentance is an open opportunity given by God to every race, colour or creed. Money can neither buy nor replace it.

Scriptural Promises For Repentance:

Answer to Prayer 2 Chron 7: 14 ‘If my people which are called by my name shall humble themselves and pray, and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sins; and will heal their lands’
Pardon for Sin Isaiah 55:7 ‘Let the wicked forsake his ways, and let the righteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the Lord, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, and he will abundantly pardon’
Life Ezekiel 18:21 ‘But if the wicked will turn from all his sins that he hath committed, and keep all my statutes, and do that which is lawful and right, he shall surely live, he shall not die.’
Gift of the Holy Ghost Act 2: 38 ‘Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ, for the remission of sin, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.’

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