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Necessity and basis of salvation

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Scripture stresses that fallen human beings are cut off from God on account of their sin. All need to be saved, if they are to enter into a new relationship with God as their Creator and Redeemer. Salvation is not the result of human achievement, privilege or wisdom, but depends totally upon the graciousness of a loving God, supremely expressed in the cross of Jesus Christ. People must respond in repentance and faith if they are to benefit from God’s offer of salvation in Christ.

The necessity of salvation The universal rule of sin in human nature Is 64:6; Ro 3:19–23; Ro 5:12–18; Ro 7:24; Eph 2:3 Sin cuts humanity off from God Is 59:1–2 See also Ge 3:22–24; Eph 2:1–5; Eph 4:18 Sin enslaves humanity to evil Je 13:23; Ho 5:4; Zec 7:11–12; Ro 7:14–20; 2 Pe 2:13–19 Salvation is grounded…
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