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 In John 3:11-21, it appears that Nicodemus had questions

about salvation.

What are two questions you have about salvation?



Comments on: "Question for SS (lesson on May 25th)" (7)

  1. Do you really feel any different after being born again spiritually or is it a mental thing?
    If I sin, do I have to be spiritually born again?

    • Kathleen Politte said:

      Thank you for your question. This is a good question that many Christians struggle with. Many people feel that the born again experience is associated with a feeling but it is not. It is by faith and not based upon our feelings. In Romans 10:10, it says that we believe with our heart. Once you believe with your heart, you will not necessarily feel any differently.
      Salvation is a once and for all thing. If you look at John 10:28, it says that God gives us eternal life and no one can snatch us out of his hand. When we sin, we must repent, but we do not have to be saved over again.

    • Isha Lang said:

      Jas that’s a great question. I personally dealt with that after being saved for a long time. I would hear people say all this emotional stuff about salvation but like Ms. Kat said, its not emotional. As you begin to love Christ more, you will have more emotional moments with Him because He will become more real to you. But, as we all know emotions come and go and if we base our relationship with Christ on emotions we will become unstable and confused.

  2. Is there such a thing as true salvation?

    • Kathleen Politte said:

      Thank you for your question. We must understand that salvation is for real. It is our eternal destination. When we leave this earth, we will go either to live with God (if we’re saved), or hell (if we are not saved). The bible says that it is appointed unto man once to die, and after this the judgment (Hebrews 9:27).

  3. How do you know for sure if you have admitted, believed, or confessed with your mouth for sure?

    • Kathleen Politte said:

      Thank you for your question. Salvation is a matter of the heart. Romans 10:10 says , with the heart man believeth unto righteousness. If we truly confessed with our mouth and believe in our heart that Jesus Christ is Lord and God raised him from the dead (Romans 10:9), then we are saved. We will want to do those things that please God. We have the Holy Spirit living on the inside of us that will convict us of sin. When we sin, we will be convicted of sin and want to get it right with the Father.

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