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Soteriology, Bible Basics, Todd Linn, First Baptist Church Henderson, KY
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2. Bible Basics for the Family A Study in Systematic Theology 3. SOTERIOLOGY (The Study of Salvation) 4. FAITH 5. FAITH

  • Scripture makes clear that Faith is the means by which wereceiveandappropriatethegrace giftof salvation purchased for us by Jesus Christ on the cross.

6. Ephesians 2:8-9

  • For by grace you have been saved through FAITH; and that not of yourselves, it is theGIFTof God;notas a result ofworks , that no one should boast.

7. Galatians 2:16

  • . . . nevertheless, knowing that a person isnotjustified by theworksof the law but throughFAITHin Christ Jesus, even we have believed in Christ Jesus, that we may be justified by faith in Christ, and not by the works of the law; since by the works of the law shall no flesh be justified.

8. What is Saving Faith?

  • Faith includes a full commitment of the whole person to the Lord Jesus; a commitment that involves three things:
  • Knowledge
  • Trust
  • Obedience

9. The Three Musts of Saving Faith:

  • Knowledge( Intellectualaspect of faith)
  • Trust(orFeeling ) ( Emotionalaspect of faith)
  • Obedience( Volitionalaspect of faith)

10. FAITH KNOWLEDGE OBEDIENCE TRUST (FEELING) = 11.

  • Faith is not merely an intellectual assent or an emotional response, but a complete inward spiritual change confirmed to us by the Holy Spirit.
  • Theobjectof faith is not theteachingabout Christ, butChrist himself .Though faith is more than doctrinal assent, it must include adherence to doctrine . . .

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  • In our belief and commitment to Jesus Christ we acknowledge him as Savior from sin and Lord of our lives (Romans 10:9).
  • True conversion definitely involves a belief in Christs person as the God-man and in his work as Savior.We must remember, however, that it is possible to have an orthodox understanding of Christ without a living faith in Him (James 2:19) . . .

13. 14. CONVERSION (Repentance and Faith) 15. I Know Whom I Have Believed

  • I know not why Gods wondrous grace
  • To me He hath made known,
  • Nor why, unworthy, Christ in love
  • Redeemed me for His own.

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  • But I know whom I have believed,
  • And am persuaded that He is able
  • To keep that which Ive committed
  • Unto Him against that day.

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  • I know not how this saving faith
  • To me He did impart,
  • Nor how believing in His Word
  • Wrought peace within my heart.

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  • But I know whom I have believed,
  • And am persuaded that He is able
  • To keep that which Ive committed
  • Unto Him against that day.

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  • I know not how the Spirit moves,
  • Convincing men of sin,
  • Revealing Jesus thro the Word,
  • Creating faith in Him.

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  • But I know whom I have believed,
  • And am persuaded that He is able
  • To keep that which Ive committed
  • Unto Him against that day.

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  • I know not when my Lord may come,
  • At night or noon-day fair,
  • Nor if Ill walk the vale with Him,
  • Or meet Him in the air.

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  • But I know whom I have believed,
  • And am persuaded that He is able
  • To keep that which Ive committed
  • Unto Him against that day.

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