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Once in a while, you may have wondered about your salvation, or you might have wanted to have the assurance that your soul will go to heaven when you die.  If so, then please read the answers to these Frequently Asked Questions about salvation:

  1. Is it true that my soul can fall into hell even though I regularly attended church for many years?
  2. If yes, can it be explained from the Bible?
  3. What if I were born of Christian parents and raised in a Christian home?
  4. What if I served in the church as Deacon, Elder, or Pastor?
  5. Aren't these enough qualifications for my soul to be accepted into Heaven?
  6. What is the meaning of "Spiritually Dead" and spiritually being "Born Again?"
  7. What happens to those who never heard of God and do not have a Bible to learn about God's Plan of Salvation?
  8. Do they fall into hell also?
  9. Is it true that even though I have not done anything wrong in my life, the Bible says that I am still a sinner and heading toward hell?
  10. What will happen to those people who die without being Born Again?
  11. What must I do if I want to be Born Again into God's family?
  12. Conviction.
  13. Admission.
  14. God's Good News - His Plan of Salvation.
  15. Personal Confession to God & Repentence.
  16. Acceptance of Jesus Christ as your personal Savior.
  17. Do I loose my Salvation if I commit sin after being Born Again?
  18. How much of my life should be changed if I become a Born Again Christian
  19. Is any church safe to entrust newly Born Again souls for spiritual growth?

1. Is it true that my soul can fall into hell even though I regularly attended church for many years?
If yes, can it be explained from the Bible?
Yes, you can.  It does not matter whether your church is Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist, Pentecostal or Catholic.  If your pastor did not clearly show you the Road to Heaven from the Bible, the Words of God, then your soul can fall into hell with a false peace in your heart.  If your pastor does not know the Soul-Saving Gospel, both of you would go to the same place together, Hell!
When you first started attending church, if your pastor taught you, as a Road to Heaven:
to be baptized (by sprinkling or immersion at any age);
to be faithful in attending church; or,
to be faithful in giving to the church or to charity, etc.
all of which involves your own efforts, sacrifices, and self-achievement, then it is not possible for you to know that such teaching is against God's Plan of Salvation.   Until somebody helps you find the right way (God's way from the Bible), you will continue to falsely believe that you are going to Heaven.  But, when you see God's way, you will have no doubts that your ways are the wrong way.
Because the Bible says that Salvation is by grace through faith, some people may not understand the faithful Christian who sacrifices his own time, money, and all he has for God's ministry or for the works of the church.  Such observations might be working as a hinderance in some hearts that are convicted by the Gospel, but still hesitant to accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior because they are afraid of either loosing or giving up their possessions or pleasure.
Even though all Born Again Christians are saved by His grace, there could be many different reactions from them depending on the extent of impact of when each Christian was convicted.  If conviction was major, their willingness to share what they have to show their personal appreciation to God and that person's ministry could be very clear and active in many ways; thus, other people may not be able to understand their heart.
For example, during my college days, I had the experience of rescuing a a student from drowning.  She and her parents thanked me for my actions, but how could I know the extent of her gratitude unless I had experienced the same situation?  If I were one of her neighbors, she could demonstrate her appreciations in many ways, but this was not the case.  So, even if she went to the extent of purchasing a rescue boat for a less popular beach, and spent every summer holiday watching to save someone else from drowning as her way of paying back what she felt she owed to someone, we do not see anything wrong with her actions.  Indeed, we often commend such actions because it demonstrates the depth of appreciation one person has for the the kindness and mercy of another.  And we instinctively know, and say, that such a person is doing good works in their appreciation.  That describes the heart of some Born Again Christians too!
God Says:
Ephesians 2:8,9
"For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast."
2 Timothy 1:9
"Who hath saved us and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his own purpose and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began."
Titus 3:5
"Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to his mercy he saved us..."
John 3:5
"...Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God."




 

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