The Dynamic Principle of Salvation
By Ako Abanda
Published by Ako Abanda at Smashwords
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Why does man need salvation?
John 3:3, “Jesus answered and said unto him, ‘Verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” Salvation has been a great controversial issue in our society today and many have not been adequately told how it is experienced. So they use this as an opportunity to remain in sin. While a few have still been carried away by a lot of familiarity on this subject, some don’t even make an effort to know what born again is and thus make a mockery of out of it. No matter who you are, no matter where you are from your religious background is not what will give you access to the kingdom of God it is Salvation. This salvation needs to be experienced in three folds and guides by three aspects for this is the dynamic principle of salvation.
From the Pentecost experience that the apostles were commissioned to go and save souls to this present end time day, mankind has continuously preached the salvation message. Many though still do not comply or buy the idea of salvation in the Christian life and some are confused with the aspect of salvation because of the use of the word Born again. While a great number still question the Christian faith with issues such as why does man need salvation? These questions often raised about salvation might be due to the fact that many people today view the born again experience as a matter of concern for the Pentecostal Christians only. The many worries about the need for salvation to humanity have so much sparked a lot of concern to the level of religious war. While many get involved in this war, a few are yet to give an accurate reason for battling in this religious wars which might be because they don’t even know why they are fighting.