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Section A
The Word of God
Key Objective: To Understand the one true God of the Bible.

Knowing about your new relationship with God and being sure of your salvationis so important.  Answers to every problem in your life are provided by your salvation. 

Assurance of salvation means to know for certain that you belong to God, that you possess eternal salvation.  Our assurance (or confidence) is of a subjective nature.  Eternal security is objective.  Whether we feel saved or not, the Bible objectively states, …whosoever believes in me shall never perish, but have everlasting life.

If I must do something to keep my salvation, I will be motivated by fear of losing my salvation or motivated by guilt that I have not done enough.  Neither of these motives will sustain my Christian walk.  I must be motivated by the love of Christ.

Before Salvation

Luke 19:10    
I was lost, yet Jesus sought me out.

John 3:36    
I had the wrath of God abiding on me.

Ephesians 2:1    
I was spiritually dead in my sins.

Romans 6:17    
I was a servant of sin.

Revelation 20:15    
I was headed for the lake of fire.


After Salvation

John 1:12    
I received Him.    

Acts 16:31        
I believed Jesus was who He said He was and trusted Him alone.

Romans 10:9
I believed in my heart.  I did not trust in my prayer.  Salvation is not just a simple “repeat after me” experience.  I trusted Christ alone for my need.

1 Corinthians 6:19
The Holy Spirit moved in and made me His permanent dwelling place. 

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Section B   
Promises of Eternal Security
Key Objective:  To know the promises of assurance in God’ Word. 

The list of books of the Bible is in the front of your Bible.  The books of the Bible are not arranged in order of the dates that they were written.  They are arranged by categories.  (History, poetry, prophets, Gospels, epistles, and Revelation)

The Word of God, or the Holy Bible (sometimes called The Holy Scriptures) is not like any other book. The Bible has always been the world’s number one bestseller.      

2 Timothy 3:16-17
The way in which God gave us the Bible is called “inspiration.”  This word means God-breathed, meaning every word was breathed out from God.  According to this verse, how much of the Bible is inspired? ALL.

These inspired scriptures are profitable in our lives for doctrine (what is right), for reproof (what is wrong), for correction (how to get it right) and instruction (how to keep it right).

Matthew 5:17-18
The Bible would be fulfilled down to each jot (the smallest letter in the Hebrew alphabet – visible in some Bibles in the letter after Psalm 119:72) and each tittle (the smallest accent mark in Hebrew – visible in some Bibles after Psalm 119:56 and 168).  The Bible is indestructible.

Mark 7:1-9
Jesus wants each disciple to follow God’s Word and not man’s traditions.  It is our guide.

Luke 16:31
It is sufficient to tell us how to get to Heaven.

If we do not stand firm on the doctrine of the Bible, we are destroying our foundation.  If the foundation is faulty, each subsequent doctrine will only be shaky at best.  What we believe about each major doctrine, we find in the Bible.  If the Bible is corrupted or changed, we no longer have a final authority for our beliefs and practices.

Psalm 138:2
Since Almighty God has all Power, He can easily preserve His Word.

Proverbs 30:5-6
Add not unto His words.

Revelation 22:19
No one should take away from His words.

It is God’s Word.  This makes it have authority over our lives.  Because God is the author of the Bible, we must take it as the only authority for all we believe and do.

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Section C   
Promise of the Holy Spirit
Key Objective:  To understand the Holy Spirit dwells in us.

John 16:7    
The Spirit is our Comforter.

John 16:8        
The Spirit convicts us of our sin.

Ephesians 1:13    
Every Christian is sealed with the Spirit.

Ephesians 1:14    
The Spirit is our earnest (guarantee).

John 5:24    
The life I have now is everlasting.

Ephesians 2:8-9    
Salvation is a gift from God.

Philippians 1:6        
God finishes what He begins in us.

1 Peter 1:5    
I am kept by the power of God.  He has all power.
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Section D  
Your New Relationship with God
Key Objective:  To understand our addition to the family of God.

John 3:3    
We are born into this family.  God promises us that we will never be disowned.

Romans 8:15; Galatians 4:5    
We are adopted into this family.  God promises us that we will never be disinherited.

By accepting the Lord Jesus Christ as your Savior, you are saved now and forever – and you can know it for certain!  Because you are a believer, you can now become a disciple of Jesus Christ.  Here are some practical tips to make your salvation real to you.

Believe God’s Word whether you understand it or not.

Accept Christ alone as your Savior and rest in His completed work.

Stand upon His promises and claim them.

Desire spiritual growth.

Grow in grace and in your knowledge of Christ.

Accept that your life has been changed; you are a new creation in Christ.

Enjoy the inner peace that comes from knowing God.

Have faith in God; it is your victory.

Hear the Spirit’s testimony within.

Trust the facts – not your feelings!

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