What Does Salvation Mean?
Did you know that the word "Salvation" means more
than just going to heaven when you die?
A lot of folks believe that Salvation is all about going to
heaven when we die and that is partly true.
But Salvation is more than that.
Salvation is deliverance from danger;
deliverance from sickness;
the present experience of God's power to deliver from the bondage of sin;
it is all the blessings that God bestows on men:
to be comfortable,
to not be boxed in with worries, anxiety, and problems;
to have liberty;
and to be made whole in spirit, body, and soul.
In other words, Salvation is for NOW, too!
Christ's death on the cross provided a
threefold Redemption from the Curse of the Law.
1/3 of the Plan of Redemption has to do with what
happens when we leave earth and move to heaven.
The precious blood of Jesus was shed
to redeem us from spiritual death.
The other 2/3's of the Plan of Redemption
is for our life here on earth.
Our redemption from poverty
and our redemption from sickness.
So, how do we receive this Redemption?
By Grace! Salvation is a Gift, freely given
by the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
It is for all who would receive it.
Copyright 2015-2019, Susan Steele. Contents of this website are protected by copyright laws. All rights reserved. This is not an "official" Navy site. This website was put together to honor my father, Gary Steele. Most of the photographs on this website are from Gary Steele's collection and they are used with permission. Some of the other pictures are from the Navy and the Public Domain...thank you to those contributors!