Enrique Rosales

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: "What is the plan of salvation / way of salvation?" Answer: Are you hungry? Not physically hungry, but do you have a hunger for something more in life? Is there something deep inside of you that never seems to be satisfied? If so, Jesus is the way! Jesus said, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to me will never go hungry, and he who believes in me will never be thirsty” (John 6:35). Are you confused? Can you never seem to find a path or purpose in life? Does it seem like someone has turned out the lights and you cannot find the switch? If so, Jesus is the way! Jesus proclaimed, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life” (John 8:12). Do you ever feel like you are locked out of life? Have you tried so many doors, only to find that what is behind them is empty and meaningless? Are you looking for an entrance into a fulfilling life? If so, Jesus is the way! Jesus declared, “I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved. He will come in and go out, and find pasture” (John 10:9). Do other people always let you down? Have your relationships been shallow and empty? Does it seem like everyone is trying to take advantage of you? If so, Jesus is the way! Jesus said, “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me” (John 10:11, 14). Do you wonder what happens after this life? Are you tired of living your life for things that only rot or rust? Do you sometimes doubt whether life has any meaning? Do you want to live after you die? If so, Jesus is the way! Jesus declared, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die” (John 11:25-26). What is the way? What is the truth? What is the life? Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me” (John 14:6). The hunger that you feel is a spiritual hunger, and can only be filled by Jesus. Jesus is the only one who can lift the darkness. Jesus is the door to a satisfying life. Jesus is the friend and shepherd that you have been looking for. Jesus is the life—in this world and the next. Jesus is the way of salvation! The reason you feel hungry, the reason you seem to be lost in darkness, the reason you cannot find meaning in life, is that you are separated from God. The Bible tells us that we have all sinned, and are therefore separated from God (Ecclesiastes 7:20; Romans 3:23). The void you feel in your heart is God missing from your life. We were created to have a relationship with God. Because of our sin, we are separated from that relationship. Even worse, our sin will cause us to be separated from God for all of eternity, in this life and the next (Romans 6:23; John 3:36). How can this problem be solved? Jesus is the way! Jesus took our sin upon Himself (2 Corinthians 5:21). Jesus died in our place (Romans 5:8), taking the punishment that we deserve. Three days later, Jesus rose from the dead, proving His victory over sin and death (Romans 6:4-5). Why did He do it? Jesus answered that question Himself: “Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13). Jesus died so that we could live. If we place our faith in Jesus, trusting His death as the payment for our sins, all of our sins are forgiven and washed away. We will then have our spiritual hunger satisfied. The lights will be turned on. We will have access to a fulfilling life. We will know our true best friend and good shepherd. We will know that we will have life after we die—a resurrected life in heaven for eternity with Jesus! “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16). Have you made a decision for Christ because of what you have read here? If so, please click on the "I have accepted Christ today" button below. If you have any questions, please use the question form on our Bible Questions Answered page. This page is also available in: Español, Simp-Chinese, Deutsch, Român?, Russian, Polski, Tagalog, Arabic, Français, Indonesia, Korean, Melayu, Hebrew, Português, Vi?t, Italiano, Ukrainian, Sloven?ina, Jawi, Srpski, Greek, Magyar, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Nederlands, Mongolian, Cesky, Türkçe, Thai, Hrvatski, Latviesu, Macedonian, Japanese, Bosanski, Suomi, Farsi, Shqip, Hindi, Trad-Chinese, Slovenš?ina, Afrikaans, Dansk, Svenska, Armenian, Urdu, Tamil, Norsk, Sh-Punjabi, Kiswahili, Azerbaijani, eesti, Lietuvi?, IsiZulu, Sesotho, íslenska, Bengali, Gu-Punjabi, Amharic, Cebuano, Khmer, Lao, Marathi, Pashto, euskara, català, Georgian, galego, Occitan, Sinhala, Kazakh, Sindhi, Esperanto, Malayalam, Saraiki, Yorùbá, Samoan, O’zbek, Nepali, Hausa, Meitei, Myanmar, Tajik, Gaeilge, Kyrgyz, Cymraeg, Tatar, Quechua, Gaidhlig, Turkmen, Assamese, Telugu, Gujarati, Kannada, Maithili, Oriya, Kurdish-Kurmanji, Kreyòl Ayisyen, Kurdish-Sorani, isiXhosa, Sunda, Soomaali, Tigrinya, Kinyarwanda, Igbo, Shona, Lingala, Kirundi, SiSwati, Setswana, Guarani, Tahitian, Hindustani, Tongan, Chichewa, Malagasy, Twi, Fijian, Uyghur, Oromo, Santali, Tulu, Tibetan, Xitsonga, Tshivenda, Sesotho sa Leboa, Bodo, Dogri, Konkani, Ndebele, Kashmiri, Frysk, Luganda, Malti, Tuareg, Sango, Balochi, Hindko, Bhojpuri, Sanskrit, Lëtzebuergesch, Papiamentu, Yiddish Related Topics: What is the prayer of salvation? What are the steps to salvation? How can I be saved? What does it mean to be a born again Christian? Why did Jesus tell the rich young ruler he could be saved by obeying the commandments? Return to: Questions about Salvation Return to: GotQuestions.org Home What is the plan of salvation / way of salvation? Congratulations on your decision to place your faith in Jesus Christ for salvation (John 3:16; Romans 10:9-10). The Christian life is a journey, but you can always be confident that God loves you and is with you each step of the way (Matthew 28:20). If you would like us to mail you a print version of the article below: "I have put my faith in Jesus...now what?" please complete the form below and click the "Please send me the booklet!" button. If you do not order the booklet, please read the article below. If you have any questions about the decision you made, or would like to share your decision to receive Christ with us, you can submit your question at: http://www.gotquestions.org/Bible-Questions.html, or you can send us an email at: questions@gotquestions.org Please also visit our Church Finder page to look for a Bible-teaching church in your local area. Congratulations! You have made a life-changing decision! Perhaps you are asking, “Now what? How do I begin my journey with God?” The five steps mentioned below will give you direction from the Bible. When you have questions on your journey, please visit www.GotQuestions.org. 1. Make sure you understand salvation. 1 John 5:13 tells us, “I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life.” God wants us to understand salvation. God wants us to have the confidence of knowing for sure that we are saved. Briefly, let’s go over the key points of salvation: (a) We have all sinned. We have all done things that are displeasing to God (Romans 3:23). (b) Because of our sin, we deserve to be punished with eternal separation from God (Romans 6:23). (c) Jesus died on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins (Romans 5:8; 2 Corinthians 5:21). Jesus died in our place, taking the punishment that we deserved. His resurrection proved that Jesus’ death was sufficient to pay for our sins. (d) God grants forgiveness and salvation to all those who place their faith in Jesus – trusting His death as the payment for our sins (John 3:16; Romans 5:1; Romans 8:1). That is the message of salvation! If you have placed your faith in Jesus Christ as your Savior, you are saved! All of your sins are forgiven, and God promises to never leave you or forsake you (Romans 8:38-39; Matthew 28:20). Remember, your salvation is secure in Jesus Christ (John 10:28-29). If you are trusting in Jesus alone as your Savior, you can have confidence that you will spend eternity with God in heaven! 2. Find a good church that teaches the Bible. Don’t think of the church as a building. The church is the people. It is very important that believers in Jesus Christ fellowship with one another. That is one of the primary purposes of the church. Now that you have placed your faith in Jesus Christ, we strongly encourage you to find a Bible-believing church in your area and speak to the pastor. Let him know about your new faith in Jesus Christ. A second purpose of the church is to teach the Bible. You can learn how to apply God’s instructions to your life. Understanding the Bible is key to living a successful and powerful Christian life. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 says, “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” A third purpose of the church is worship. Worship is thanking God for all He has done! God has saved us. God loves us. God provides for us. God guides and directs us. How could we not thank Him? God is holy, righteous, loving, merciful, and full of grace. Revelation 4:11 declares, “You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.” 3. Set aside time each day to focus on God. It is very important for us to spend time each day focusing on God. Some people call this a “quiet time.” Others call it “devotions,” because it is a time when we devote ourselves to God. Some prefer to set aside time in the mornings, while others prefer the evenings. It does not matter what you call this time or when you do it. What matters is that you regularly spend time with God. What events make up our time with God? (a) Prayer. Prayer is simply talking to God. Talk to God about your concerns and problems. Ask God to give you wisdom and guidance. Ask God to provide for your needs. Tell God how much you love Him and how much you appreciate all He does for you. That is what prayer is all about. (b) Bible Reading. In addition to being taught the Bible in church, Sunday School, and/or Bible studies – you need to be reading the Bible for yourself. The Bible contains everything you need to know in order to live a successful Christian life. It contains God’s guidance for how to make wise decisions, how to know God’s will, how to minister to others, and how to grow spiritually. The Bible is God’s Word to us. The Bible is essentially God’s instruction manual for how to live our lives in a way that is pleasing to Him and satisfying to us. 4. Develop relationships with people who can help you spiritually. 1 Corinthians 15:33 tells us, “Do not be misled: ‘Bad company corrupts good character.’” The Bible is full of warnings about the influence “bad” people can have on us. Spending time with those who engage in sinful activities will cause us to be tempted by those activities. The character of those we are around will “rub off” on us. That is why it is so important to surround ourselves with other people who love the Lord and are committed to Him. Try to find a friend or two, perhaps from your church, who can help you and encourage you (Hebrews 3:13; 10:24). Ask your friends to keep you accountable in regard to your quiet time, your activities, and your walk with God. Ask if you can do the same for them. This does not mean you have to give up all your friends who do not know the Lord Jesus as their Savior. Continue to be their friend and love them. Simply let them know that Jesus has changed your life and you cannot do all the same things you used to do. Ask God to give you opportunities to share Jesus with your friends. 5. Be baptized. Many people have a misunderstanding of baptism. The word “baptize” means to immerse in water. Baptism is the Biblical way of publicly proclaiming your new faith in Christ and your commitment to follow Him. The action of being immersed in the water illustrates being buried with Christ. The action of coming out of the water pictures Christ’s resurrection. Being baptized is identifying yourself with Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection (Romans 6:3-4). Baptism is not what saves you. Baptism does not wash away your sins. Baptism is simply a step of obedience, a public proclamation of your faith in Christ alone for salvation. Baptism is important because it is a step of obedience – publicly declaring faith in Christ and your commitment to Him. If you are ready to be baptized, you should speak with a pastor. Related Topics: What is the prayer of salvation? What are the four spiritual laws? Got Forgiveness? How can I receive forgiveness from God? What does it mean to be a born again Christian? What is the plan of salvation / way of salvation? Return to: Questions about the Christian Life Return to: GotQuestions.org Home I have just put my faith in Jesus…now what?

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Enrique Rosales

"¿Es la seguridad eterna una licencia para pecar?" Respuesta: La objeción más frecuente a la doctrina de la seguridad eterna es que supuestamente ésta promueve la idea de que los cristianos pueden vivir de la manera que les plazca y aún así ser salvos. Mientras que esto es “técnicamente” cierto, esta no es la “esencia” de la seguridad eterna. Una persona que verdaderamente ha aceptado a Jesucristo como su Salvador “puede” vivir una vida pecaminosa; pero “no lo hará”. Debemos establecer una diferencia entre cómo debe vivir un cristiano y lo que debe hacer una persona para recibir la salvación. La Biblia es extensamente clara en que la salvación es solamente por gracia, únicamente a través de la fe en Jesucristo (Juan 3:16; Efesios 2:8-9; Juan 14:6). Una persona es salvada por la fe y por fe solamente. Al momento en que una persona verdaderamente cree en Jesucristo, ella es salvada y asegurada en esa salvación. La salvación no es ganada por la fe y luego mantenida por las obras. El apóstol Pablo aborda este punto en Gálatas 3:3 “¿Tan necios sois? ¿Habiendo comenzado por el Espíritu, ahora vais a acabar por la carne?” Si somos salvados por fe, nuestra salvación también es mantenida y asegurada por la fe. No podemos ganar nuestra propia salvación. Por lo tanto, tampoco podemos ganar el mantenimiento de nuestra salvación. Es Dios quien mantiene nuestra salvación (Judas verso 24). Es la mano de Dios la que nos sostiene firmemente asidos. (Juan 10:28-29). Nada nos puede separar del amor de Dios (Romanos 8:38-39). Cualquier negativa de la seguridad eterna es, en esencia, una creencia de que nosotros debemos mantener nuestra propia salvación por medio de nuestras buenas obras. Esto es totalmente contrario a la salvación por gracia. Somos salvos por los méritos de Cristo, no por los nuestros (Romanos 4:3-8). El declarar que debemos obedecer la Palabra de Dios o vivir una vida santa para mantener nuestra salvación, es igual a decir que la muerte de Jesús no fue suficiente para pagar la condena por nuestros pecados. La muerte de Jesús fue absolutamente suficiente para pagar por todos nuestros pecados – pasados, presentes y futuros, pre-salvación y post-salvación (Romanos 5:8; 1 Corintios 15:3; 2 Corintios 5:21). Así que, con todo lo dicho, ¿significa esto que un cristiano puede vivir de la manera que le plazca y aún así ser salvo? Esto esencialmente es una pregunta hipotética, porque la Biblia establece claramente que un verdadero cristiano no vivirá “de la manera que le plazca”. Los cristianos son nuevas criaturas (2 Corintios 5:17). Los cristianos muestran el fruto del Espíritu (Gálatas 5:22-23), no las obras de la carne (Gálatas 5:19-21). 1 Juan 3:6-9 dice claramente que un verdadero cristiano no vivirá en el pecado. En respuesta a la acusación de que la gracia promueve el pecado, el apóstol Pablo dice, “¿Qué pues diremos? ¿Perseveraremos en el pecado para que la gracia abunde? En ninguna manera. Porque los que hemos muerto al pecado, ¿cómo viviremos aún en él? (Romanos 6:1-2). La seguridad eterna no es una “licencia” para pecar. Más bien es la seguridad de saber que el amor de Dios está garantizado para aquellos que confían en Cristo. El conocer y entender el tremendo regalo de Dios en la salvación, conduce a lo opuesto de una “licencia” para pecar. ¿Cómo podría alguien, sabiendo el precio que Jesucristo pagó por nosotros, seguir viviendo una vida de pecado? (Romanos 6:15-23) ¿Cómo podría alguien que entendiendo el incondicional y garantizado amor de Dios para aquellos que creen, tomar ese amor y aventarlo de regreso a la cara de Dios? Tal persona demostraría, no que la eterna seguridad que le ha sido dada es una licencia para pecar, sino más bien que esa persona no ha experimentado verdaderamente la salvación a través de Jesucristo. “Nadie que vive en Él sigue pecando.”

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