Fri, Jun 22nd - 3:32PM
How to be saved
Do you want to know “how to be saved” or “how to become a Christian?” Are you interested in knowing how your sins can be washed away” (Acts 22:16) by the “blood of the lamb” (Rev. 1:5)? If you are searching for information on the “new birth” or being “born anew” (Jn. 3:3) and want “all” the spiritual blessings available “in Christ” (Eph. 1:3), your search on “how to be saved” has led you to the right place.
God says salvation is the most important thing in life and He tells us how to be saved in the New Testament. Many “how to be saved” web sites talk about how to be saved (this is sometimes referred to as the “steps of salvation”), but these sites often say things that are not found in the Bible.
One of the easiest places on the internet to study what the Bible says on how to be saved is http://www.abiblecommentary.com/howtobecomeachristian (this Bible study site talks about how to be become a Christian and how to stay saved). If you would like to study how to be saved in a more “step by step” way, visit http://www.commentaryonthebible.com/howtobesaved as this page also offers information on how to become a Christian and how to live the Christian life.
After you have become a Christian you may want to explore some great online Bible study tools to help you grow in your Christian faith. One free source for online Bible study tools, including several free online Bible commentaries available for download is www.abiblecommentary.com
More FREE online Bible study tools to help understand you how to be saved and how to study the Bible include:
A Christian sermon podcast (this Christian podcast provides new material every Monday-Friday)
Online Greek word studies: Learn (in simple English) about the more than 5,400 Greek words used in the Bible
Free smartphone Bible study app – a Greek word studies app is available for FREE for any Android Smartphone and this is “add free”!
Free Daily Bible devotions from (this online daily is now available for Android smartphones).
Learn “how to be saved” today so you can know the joy of salvation and get some of the BEST Bible study tools available for free.
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