http://www.rockymountpbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Are-You-Saved.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSAre You Saved? The question is asked often and its a pertinent question. But as we understand more about the subject of salvation, it becomes more clear that the question could be answered in many ways. Am I saved from what? Hell? Destruction? Self-righteousness? Ignorance? Deceit? Error? Wickedness? Hopelessness?
http://www.rockymountpbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/salvation-1-promised.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSSalvation Promised Titus 1:2, “In hope of eternal life, which God, that cannot lie, promised before the world began;”
Are You Saved? A very important question! In this article, Elder Norvel Mann supplies an additional question; a question necessary to accurately answer the first. Click on the lick above to open the .pdf file in a new window.
Click Foundational Truths to open the article in a new window Two foundational truths… Man is dead in trespasses and in sin, and life always precedes action
Click Aspects of Salvation to open article in new window. Salvation does not always refer to eternal salvation…
Jesus Christ will return one day to gather His people and take them home to Heaven. The joys of the Lord’s redeemed will be everlasting. They will praise God perfectly and eternally. The coming of Christ will be a glorious occasion and we look forward to that day when there will be no more sorrow,… Continue reading The Resurrection
The thought of election often disturbs many people. Mainly, this is simply because the doctrine is misunderstood. Since election is clearly taught in Scripture, we must try our best to understand what it is, praying for the Lord to open our hearts and give us wisdom.
Predestination is a frightful doctrine to many, but only because it is so misunderstood. Those things which God did for His people in the everlasting covenant, which are recorded in His word, are not cause for fear, but should cause us to rejoice.
What is salvation? In general terms, salvation is deliverance. When we speak of ‘salvation by grace’, we mean deliverance from the wrath of God, the everlasting punishment that we deserve because of our sins. Ultimately, for everything we are able to do and everything we have of a spiritual nature, we must attribute to God’s… Continue reading Salvation by Grace
Jesus Christ came into the world to do the will of His Father. We are told in Scripture that the will of the Father was to give to His Son a great multitude of people, and that His Son would die for and redeem those whom God loved without the loss of one. The Bible… Continue reading The Finished Work of Christ