Question: What is salvation? And why should I become a Christian?
Answer: When somebody says to you that you need salvation, what comes to your mind? You may ask, “What are we being saved from?” In simple terms, it’s because salvation means being saved or protected from harm or being saved or delivered from some dire situation; to be rescued, or to be freed from something. But, in a deeper spiritual sense, Salvation is the saving of the soul from sin and its consequences.When you become a Christian, you will be saved from the penalty of sinand set free from the bondage of sin. When you put your faith in Jesus and decide to follow Him, God comes and lives inside you through His Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit comes and regenerates your spirit—this is called being “born again.” You receive the Holy Spirit and become “born again” simply through faith by entrusting your life to Jesus Christ, and accepting Him as Lord and Savior.
Question: What happens to me after I die?
Answer: The Bible teaches that man will be resurrected and face the judgment of God. Those who believed in Jesus for salvation will spend eternity with God. Those who rejected Jesus will spend eternity in hell with Satan.With all of the prophecies that came true, why would one not believe the Bible’s doctrines about the resurrection and heaven and hell?
Question: Why would a loving God send someone to Hell?
Answer: God doesn’t send anyone to Hell. You send yourself there. God has done everything He possibly can to keep you out of Hell. And He creates you as a person with free will—and not just a robot—so you could make a choice between life and death, blessing and curse, and heaven and hell. God gives all the opportunity for salvation. It’s worth noting that sin brings condemnation upon the world, and it all began from Adam. There’s no way of getting around it except by Jesus (Acts 4:12). And the greatest sin in the world is to reject the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior. C.S. Lewis said, “All that are in Hell, choose it. Without that self-choice, there could be no Hell.” And although “the wages of sin is death,” Paul also says that “the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6:23). While breath remains in us, it is never too late to turn to God in repentance, and when we ask for forgiveness, God eagerly grants it.
Question: Why do bad things happen to good people?
Answer: Sometimes God does not make it happen, but He allows it to happen. The devil on the other hand, wants you to think that it is God that is causing you to go through bad things. The reason that God may allow you to go through struggles is because He wants to make you stronger as a Christian. The more you overcome your Christian struggles, the stronger you become in Christ. We must always keep up the good fight of faith. See 1 Timothy 6:12.
Question: What makes the Bible stand out from other religious books, and where does the Bible come from?
Answer: it was inspired by the Holy Spirit.In a word, Jesus is the Root, Source, and the very Person constituted by the letters, and He taught that no one comes to the Father except through Him (John 5:39, 14:6). The Bible was written—by the hand of Holy Men of God—to help us believe in him and find life in His love (2 Peter 1:20-21, John 20:31). Even though it was written by men, it was authored by God.“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correction and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 2:16-17).
Question: How do I pick a church?
Answer: Pray for guidance and avoid churches that are not Bible-based. Check out their teachings against the Bible. Most importantly, pray to God to help you make the right decision. Then be sensitive to the way God answers your prayer. By doing so, you will end up in a church that is Bible-based, Christ-centered and People-oriented.
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