7 Bible Verses About Salvation in Jesus Christ

Have you ever pondered what salvation means? In Indonesian, safety can be explained as a condition that is safe, secure, happy and prosperous.  

What does salvation in Jesus Christ mean?

Salvation in Jesus Christ is a condition where we are safe, secure, happy and prosperous because of the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made for us. Because previously we were humans who should have perished because of our sins.  

7 Bible Verses About Salvation in Jesus

To understand more deeply about salvation in Jesus Christ, let’s meditate together on these 7 Bible verses: 

1. John 14:6 

Jesus said to him: “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. 

Through the verse above, the Lord Jesus Christ Himself stated that He was the only way to come to Heavenly Father. In Him there is the way and the truth and the life, this refers to eternal life through the redemption of His blood.  

2. John 3:16-17 

Because God’s love for this world is so great, that He has given His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish, but have eternal life. Because God sent His Son into the world not to judge the world, but to save it through Him. 

In the verse above, Jesus Christ stated the mission of His coming to this world. He came as the Lamb of God, given by the Heavenly Father, so that through His sacrifice on the cross those who believe in Him can obtain eternal life.  

3. Yesaya 53:5-6 

But he was pierced for our rebellion, he was crushed for our iniquity; the reward that brings salvation for us is inflicted on him, and by his stripes we are healed. We have all gone astray like sheep, each of us has gone our own way, but the LORD has laid upon him all our iniquities.

What Jesus Christ underwent until he died on the cross was prophesied, He who was without sin became sin for us. Because He had to take away all our sins and iniquities, so that through His blood sacrifice we who believe in Him may be saved by faith.  

4. Rome 5:8-9 

But God shows His love towards us, because Christ died for us, while we were still sinners. Moreover, since we have now been justified by His blood, we will surely be saved from God’s wrath.

Did you know that the Lord Jesus saved us even when we were still in sin? The salvation we receive is solely His grace.  

5. John 1:12 

But to all who received Him, He gave power to become children of God, even those who believe in His name; 

When we believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, our status changes from being a prisoner who must die for sin to being a child of God who has a share in the Kingdom of God.  

6. Ephesians 1:13-14 

In Him you also–because you have heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation–in Him you too, when you believed, were sealed with the Holy Spirit, whom He promised. And the Holy Spirit is the guarantee of our portion until we obtain the whole, namely the redemption that makes us God’s possession, to the praise of His glory. 

Just like a seal that makes a piece of paper has a strong legal force, so also the Holy Spirit in our life becomes a guarantee or seal that we obtain salvation in Jesus Christ and also the promises of God that He has spoken.  

7. Titus 2:11-14 

Because the grace of God that saves all people is evident. It educates us so that we leave wickedness and worldly desires and so that we live wisely, justly and worshipfully in the present world by looking forward to the fulfillment of our happy hopes and the revelation of the glory of the Great God and our Savior Jesus Christ, who gave himself up His for us to free us from all evil and to sanctify for Himself a people, His own, who diligently do good. 

God’s gift of salvation is for all humans, including you and me. However, there are steps we must take, namely to accept this gift. After we gain salvation and status as children of God, of course our lifestyle must also change. That is why the Bible is a tool to educate us to have a lifestyle that is similar and in the image of Jesus Christ.  

8 Teachings of Jesus About Love for Others


8 Teachings of Jesus About Love for Others
Gtpministries.org – Jesus places us in the middle of world problems, the refugee explosion phenomenon occurs and God gives us the choice to take action; ignore or care. Jesus asked everyone who followed Him to be people who had lived these 8 teachings of love.

1. Love God first so you can love the things God loves.

Matthew 22: 17-18  says,  “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. That law is the first and greatest”.  Yes, loving God means loving the things he loves.  Deuteronomy 10:18  tells us that God ‘gives justice to the fatherless and the widow, and loves the stranger, giving him food and clothing’.

Jesus invites us to love strangers, and this is what we should do to those who are different from us.

2. Love your neighbor as you love yourself

This advice was given by Jesus by telling about the kindness of a Samaritan when he helped a man who was helpless in the middle of the road ( Luke 10: 30-36 ). Jesus taught us that the people around us are our neighbors, not our enemies. So, do good to anyone who needs help.

3. Do to others as you would like them to do to you.

Matthew 7: 12  says that whatever we want others to do to us, do also to them. Jesus did not say that we should deliberately do certain things for others in order to get the same treatment. But Jesus emphasized more that we do what we deserve to do to others.

4. Don’t expect more comfort than the Lord

Jesus teaching his followers about the position of a servant. In  Matthew 20: 24-25  it is written, “A disciple is not above his teacher, or a servant above his master. It is enough for a student if he becomes the same as his teacher and for a servant if he becomes the same as his master. If the master of the house is called Beelzebul, let alone his household”. That is what Jesus expects us to do at this time.

5. Not afraid

After Jesus said that we should not expect more treatment from Him, we are reminded not to be afraid of people who can only kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Because the fear of God will save body and soul from hell ( Matthew 10: 26-28 ).

6. Willing to deny yourself and take up your cross.

Jesus gave conditions to his followers to be willing to deny themselves and take up his cross. For whoever saves his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for Jesus will find it ( Matthew 11: 24-26 ).

Jesus calls us to die every day for the sake of others. There is no guarantee of having a safe country if we lose our lives for loving ourselves.

7. Love your enemies.

This is important to protect us from enemies. We are not asked to view those of different nationalities, such as Syrian refugees living in European countries, as people who seek to kill and destroy. Because this action was only carried out by ISIS. Even though the whole world currently hates the existence of ISIS, Jesus reminds us to respond wisely.

In  Matthew 5: 43-48  it is explained about how we should love our enemies and prefer to pray for their salvation. We only do things in vain if we only repay kindness with kindness. Therefore, we must imitate Jesus who has shown His love for us sinners. Christ died for us to be reconciled to God.
8. Walk in God’s path.

Stay away from selfish attitudes and focus on caring for others. Just like Jesus who left His royal throne to become like humans ( Philippians 2: 4-8 ). Humility is needed by Jesus’ followers to be able to do Jesus’ work in the world, namely being servants to serve others.

If you claim to be a true follower of Jesus, adopt the 8 teachings of love above as the identity and lifestyle of God’s people. So that you become an example for people who don’t know Jesus.

Jesus and His Teachings

Jesus and His Teaching of Fasting

Gtpministries.org – Fasting is one of the rituals or religious worship that is always performed by all the followers of religion in the world since the previous peoples until now. Fasting is one of the forms of religious rites that can improve the spiritual quality of humans and as a means of self-purification in order to draw closer to God, which in its implementation refers to the respective scriptures.

Fasting in each religion has a different concept, as does fasting in Christianity. However, what needs to be understood is how religious communities are able to understand, realize and appreciate the fundamental meanings contained therein, rather than being trapped in the realm of formality.

Fasting in the Old Testament comes from the Hebrew  tsum, tsom  and  ‘inna nafsyô  which literally means to humble oneself by fasting. In the New Testament, fasting comes from the Greek  nêsteuô  (not eating),  nêsteia , and  nêstis . In the Bible, the letter of the Acts of the Apostles (27: 21, 33), the words asitia and asistos are used (Douglas (ed.), 2008: 280).

Fasting is a voluntary act of abstaining completely or partially from food and/or drink, either for religious purposes or for other purposes (Heuken, 1994: 52), for example as an expression of sorrow and suffering, sorrow or sin, as well as wanting to reflect on things that holy (Sismono, 2010: 76).

Fasting in the Bible generally means not eating or drinking for a certain time (eg Est 4: 16), not always abstaining from certain foods (Douglas (ed.), 2008: 280). Fasting is also not done seasonally (Agung, 2003: 3).

Legal Basis for Fasting
In the Bible there is a statement that fasting is one of the things that every Christian needs to do apart from giving/zakat and praying. As explained by Franklin (2009: 11) that during the years when Jesus lived on earth, Jesus took time to teach his disciples about the principles of God’s kingdom, principles that were in conflict with worldly principles.

In the Sermon on the Mount, namely Jesus’ most famous sermon which was spoken while sitting (Bleeker, 1995: 77), specifically in Matthew 6, Jesus provides a pattern for how humans live as children of God. According to Franklin (2009: 11), this pattern is three special obligations for a Christian, namely giving alms (Matthew 6:1-4), praying (Matthew 6: 5-6), and fasting (Matthew 6: 16-18).

In the matter of fasting, Mat 6:16-18 mentions, “And when you fast, do not be gloomy like the hypocrites. They change their facial expressions, so that people see that they are fasting. I say to you: Verily they have received their reward. But when you fast, anoint your head and wash your face, so that no one sees that you are fasting, but only your Father who is in the secret place. Then your Father who sees what is hidden will reward you”

In carrying out the teachings above (giving, praying and fasting), it should not be used as an exhibition of piety, but should be made a purely internal matter. That is, let God alone know about our giving, our prayers, and our fasting. All of this is used to further deepen the command in the Bible that the implementation of a teaching is not enough as a mere rite, but must be interpreted and lived with a sincere heart.

Jesus himself fasted twice a week and paid zakat of one tenth of his income. As stated in the Bible (Luke 18: 12): “I fast twice a week and I give a tenth of all my income.”

Jesus explained that fasting, like giving and prayer, is a normal part of the Christian life. The attention given to fasting should be as great as the attention given to giving and praying (Franklin, 2009:11). As stated in the Bible, “And if one person can be defeated, two will survive. Three cords are not easily broken” (Eccl. 4: 12). What is meant by the three ropes here are giving, praying and fasting.


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