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In the study of Soteriology we see that the Bible refers to our common salvation experience as a great salvation, a salvation that Old Testament prophets and righteous men and even angels have desired to look into, but could not experience - Hebrews 2:3, Matthew 13:16-17 & 1 Peter 1:10-12

The goal in this lesson is to look into this great salvation that has been freely given to us by the Father and to see why it is so great. What are components of salvation that make it so great? How do we receive all that God intended for us to experience through this Great Salvation?

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The Components of Soteriology .

1. Salvation is For Everyone

It is because He died for all that we can claim for ourselves and confidently extend to others the right and title to sonship and salvation through Christ, and live in a state of blessed assurance. The following scriptures make it very clear that Christ died for every person.

1 John 4:14-15 And we have seen and testify that the Father has sent the Son as Savior of the world. Whoever confesses that Jesus is the Son of God, God abides in him, and he in God.

It is important for us to understand that predestination does not teach who should be saved and who shouldn't be saved, but simply teaches that God has determined or predestinated that each person who is born again by the Spirit of God will be adopted into His family and will be conformed into the image of Jesus Christ completely at His appearing.

2. Salvation Comes Through Blood of Jesus Christ.

Under the Old Covenant in the Old Testament salvation came through the sacrificial blood of lambs and goats. When John the Baptist came on the scene, He introduced Jesus as the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world - John 1:29

3. Why Jesus is the Only Way to Salvation.

We see in Scriptures that it is very clearly stated that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation for mankind. What is it about Jesus that separates Him from all other religions or spiritual figures? - John 14:6

4. Salvation is a Free Gift from God to Us.

We must realize that salvation is a free gift from God and that there are no amount of good works we can do to earn it. It's Free! - Ephesians 2:8-9

Salvation has nothing to do with whether we deserve it or not. It is not based on how good we are or have been. It is a free gift of God’s unmerited favor being bestowed upon our lives in spite of ourselves. It is totally based on our belief in the person of Jesus Christ is and who we believe Him to be.

5. Salvation is based Upon Our Belief in Jesus Christ.

We must come to the place where we believe and confess what Jesus Christ has accomplished for our salvation - Romans 10:9-10

6. Salvation Demands Repentance and Obedience to God’s Word.

Repentance and obedience to Jesus and the Word of God are absolutely necessary in the salvation experience, because Jesus has become to all those who obey Him the source of eternal salvation - Hebrews 5:9

7. The Salvation Package – What is Included.

Salvation is much more than just being saved from Hell and going to Heaven. It involves every aspect of our lives, spirit, soul and body. When we are born again by God’s Spirit, we become partakers of His Divine Nature, which brings us into a rich inheritance - 2 Peter 1:2-4

The Full meaning of The Words " Saved and Salvation".

Soteriology comrs from the Greek words for “saved” and “salvation” which are translated "Sozo" and "Soteria", which mean to save, deliver, protect, heal, preserve, to do well, be or make whole and rescue or safety.

The chart below shows you how these two words are translated in the New Testament.

Health – Survival



Do Well

Acts 27:34

Acts 14:9

2 Timothy 4:18

John 11:12

Mark 5:23

Luke 8:36

Be whole

Made whole

Saved – Save


Matthew 9:21-22

Mark 6:56

Mark 8:35, 16:16

Romans 1:16

Mark 10:52

Mark 15:30-31

Romans 1:10

2 Timothy 3:15

Luke 8:48-50

Luke 9:56

2 Timothy 3:15

Luke 18:42

1 Corinthians 1:21


1 Timothy 1:15, 2:15

James 5:15


Mark 16:16