by Jerry Vines

Full Salvation
Jerry Vines
Romans 6:22-23

I have completed my study on the book of Genesis. I think we went about a year in the book of Genesis. It appears that in the month of January, after we move through the Christmas season and special services, I will be going to a study of the book of Daniel. I don't know if there is a book in the Bible as pertinent and as needed as is the book of Daniel for this day in which we live.

Tonight's message is a teaching message on doctrine. I want to teach some Bible truth and explain to you from God's Word what full salvation is all about.

"But now being made free from sin and become servants to God, you have your fruit unto holiness, and the end everlasting life. For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord."

There is a distinct vocabulary when you come to the house of God. Believers in the Lord Jesus Christ have a series of words and a set of terminologies which are probably unfamiliar to the world at large. We use words which the world in general doesn't understand. So when you come to the house of God and listen to Bible teaching and preaching, you will hear words like these. You will hear the words, new birth, you will hear discussion about being born again. Sometimes you will hear people talk about being converted.

Another terminology which you will find around a Bible-believing congregation is the word saved. When the apostle Paul was in the Philippian jail and the earthquake came, the jailer thought he was going to lose his life because he was losing his prisoners. When he discovered they were there, he rushed into the prison and said, "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" He used that word "saved."

You will find the word "salvation" in the frequent settings and context in the Bible. In Hebrews 2, verse 3, it says, "How shall we escape if we neglect so great so salvation." What do we mean by salvation? What is salvation all about? What do ...

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