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What Am I Saved To?

our-glorious-inheritance-chaiwayBefore reading the information on this page, please read the plan God set in motion that is fully contained in the Tanakh (Tanach, Hebrew Scriptures, Old Testament)?  Reading this first will put this page into it’s proper backstory and perspective. Thank you!

Now we will show God’s plan as it continues into the New Testament (and why the New Testament is relevant at all, for all people, Jewish people included.)

Receiving the gift of salvation is called being born again.

We were born physically, our first birth, our natural birth. There is a second birth, a spiritual birth that occurs when we receive salvation. Being born again is for ALL people, regardless of ethnicity, culture, religious background, or anything else.

Jesus declared, “I tell you the truth, no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again.” John 3:1-21 discusses being born again.

Without obtaining salvation during one’s lifetime, upon death, one will experience everlasting punishment separated from God, eternal punishment. Isaiah 66:24Daniel 12:2

Additional scriptures regarding the necessity of receiving salvation: Luke 16:19-31, Revelation 20:11-15, Mark 9:43-48

And yes, the name of Jesus is mentioned in these scriptures, Messiah Jesus. This might be a stumbling block or even a stopping point for some. I implore you, please read here for more information on why Jesus. Thank you!

So, back to John 3. When you, from the heart, not just words from your head and mouth:

Then, you are now born again and have become heir to the greatest inheritance far beyond any other!

Our Inheritance

Our Glorious Inheritance

 

 


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