Deliverance from sin and its consequences, believed by Christians to be brought about by faith in Christ,
Deliverance from sin and its consequences, believed by Christians to be brought about by faith in Christ
Preservation or deliverance from harm, ruin, or loss
they try to sell it to us as economic salvation
A source or means of being saved in this way
his only salvation was to outfly the enemy
redemption: (theology) the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil
a means of preserving from harm or unpleasantness; "tourism was their economic salvation"; "they turned to individualism as their salvation"
the state of being saved or preserved from harm
saving someone or something from harm or from an unpleasant situation; "the salvation of his party was the president's major concern"
In religion, salvation is the concept that, as part of divine providence, God saves people, both: # from biological death, by providing for them an eternal life (cf. afterlife). # from spiritual death, by providing divine law, illumination, and judgment.
Salvation! is a 1987 film by Beth B. (Beth Billingsly) and starring Viggo Mortensen, Exene Cervenka and Stephen McHattie. The film is a spoof of televangelism released right after the real-life Jim Bakker and Jimmy Swaggart scandals.
The second season of Alias premiered September 29, 2002 on ABC and concluded May 4, 2003 and was released on DVD in region 1 on December 2, 2003. Guest stars in season two include David Carradine, Ethan Hawke, Richard Lewis, Christian Slater, and Danny Trejo. ...
Salvation is the fifth album by Alphaville, released in 1997 in Europe, and - with different artwork and three bonus tracks - in the U.S. in 1999. ...
Salvation is a two-disc live album posthumously released by stand-up comedian and satirist Bill Hicks in 2005, on Rykodisc Records. The album was recorded at the Oxford Playhouse. It is an unabridged version of Shock and Awe.
Salvation is the third full-length album by Swedish post-metal band Cult of Luna, released on Earache Records in 2004; on October 4 in Europe, and October 10 in the United States.
(salvational) Of or pertaining to salvation
Resurrection to a kingdom of glory; sometimes used to signify exaltation in the celestial kingdom.
A term which describes the rescue of our soul from eternal death. "For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast" (Eph. 2:8-9).
The reward of either immortality (see definition) or everlasting life (see definition) for JW who successfully meet the requirements of works, e.g., sales work and meeting attendance, outlined in Watchtower Society publications.
The act of being saved, which in Biblical terms means the promise that God will bring a person into His presence for eternity, as opposed to those that will be banned from His presence due to sin and unbelief. The Bible is not political. God is very clear about how to be saved. ...
In Calvinist theology, Christ died to save only an elect few (the "Saints"). These elect did were not chosen based on their own merit, but rather by God's choice: man "cannot will himself to salvation. ...
rescued by God from the guilt and power of sin (wrongdoing)
This word is used of the deliverance of the Israelites from the Egyptians (Exo 14:13), and of deliverance generally from evil or danger. ...
(1) In Christianity, the condition of being saved or delivered by Jesus or God. (2) Used more generally to refer to the achievement of spiritual perfection or liberation.
Simply, "to be rescued from something." Thus, to understand any form of salvation, one must know from what he has been saved. Salvation in the Bible is no different. ...
The idea that you need to accept Jesus to be saved and get into heaven. Heaven is everywhere. There is no where else you can be now or after death. You never left heaven so you can’t get into heaven in the first place. How can you get into a place you never left? ...
(Acts 4:12) The word salvation means to deliver people from something or to make them safe in something. The Bible clearly declares that salvation resides only in the person of Jesus Christ. Salvation comes only when someone sees himself a sinner in desperate need of cleansing.
involves the removal of guilt from personal sins and the sentence of death that all men are under because of their own sin. ...
is deliverance from sin and its consequences, not escape from deserved punishment. One can never be saved from endless punishment or irretrievable suffering; for with a just and merciful God controlling the universe one can never be exposed to such a fate. ...
(literal: "to be delivered, taken out of a snare, or set free.")