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Because the Scriptures say that no murderer has eternal life abiding in him, we need not conclude that a murderer cannot be saved. He can be if he will come to Christ and receive Him as Saviour.

    Author: Theodore Epp

Salvation is the root--the resurrection is the fruit.

    Author: T.D. Jakes

Salvation is a helmet, not a nightcap.

    Author: Vance Havner

The purpose of the Bible is simply to proclaim God's plan to save His children. It asserts that man is lost and needs to be saved. And it communicates the message that Jesus is the God in the flesh sent to save His children.

    Author: Max Lucado

Though the Bible was written over sixteen centuries by at least forty authors, it has one central theme--salvation through faith in Christ.

    Author: Max Lucado

A church has no right to make anything a condition of membership which Christ has not made a condition of salvation.

    Author: A.A. Hodge

It is altogether doubtful whether any man can be saved who comes to Christ for His help with no intention to obey Him.

    Author: A.W. Tozer

Jesus is not one of many ways to approach God, nor is He the best of several ways; He is the only way.

    Author: A.W. Tozer

If there is anything excellent, it is salvation; if there be anything necessary, it is working out salvation; if there be any tool to work with, tis holy fear.

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: The One Thing Necessary

Adoption is a greater mercy than Adam had in paradise.

    Author: Thomas Watson

The cup which my Saviour giveth me, can it be anything but a cup of salvation?

    Author: Alexander MacLaren

Christ's voice sounds now for each of us in loving invitation; and dead in sin and hardness of heart though we be, we can listen and live. Christ Himself, my brother, sows the seed now. Do you take care that it falls not on, but in, your souls.

    Author: Alexander MacLaren

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