God of my salvation.
Salvation is in one person, Jesus. Salvation is not in a belief system nor in good actions. God's nature and will is to save what was lost. salvation must be personal. the Almighty must be the God of my salvation.
Psalms 18:47; 25:5.
Salvation is the release of danger or suffering. Saving is releasing or protecting. The word contains the idea of victory, health, or preservation. Sometimes the Bible uses the words "saved" or "salvation" to refer to something temporary, to physical liberation, such as Paul's deliverance from prison (Philippians 1:19). More often, the word salvation refers to an eternal spiritual liberation. When Paul told the jailer in Philippi what he should do to be saved, he was referring to the eternal destiny of the jailer (Acts 16:30-31). Jesus equals being saved to entering the Kingdom of God (Matthew 19:24-25) What are we saved from? In the Christian doctrine of salvation, we are saved from "wrath"; That is, from God's judgment to sin (Romans 5:9; 1 Thessalonians 5:9) Our sin has separated us from god, and the consequence of the sin is death (Romans 6:23) Biblical salvations refers to our deliverance from the consequences of sin, and therefore involves the remission of sin. Who accomplishes salvation? only God can take away sin and free us from the payment of sin (2 Timothy 1:9; Titus 3:5) How does God save? in the Christian doctrine of salvation, God has rescued us through Christ (John 3:17). More specifically, it was Christ's death on the cross and his resurrection what could make possible our salvation (Romans 5:10; Ephesians 1:7) The Scripture is clear, salvation is the kind and undeserved gift from God (Ephesians 2:5,8) which is only available through the faith in Jesus Christ (Acts 4:12) How can we receive salvation? we are saved by faith. First, we must listen to the gospel ( the good news about the death and resurrection of Jesus (Ephesians 1:13). Then, we must believe (Romans 1:16). This includes repentance, a change of mind about sin and Christ (Acts 3:19) and confess the Name of the Lord (Romans 10: 9-10) A definition of the Christian doctrine of salvation would be " the eternal spiritual liberation that God grants to those who accept his conditions of repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus". Salvation is obtained only through Christ (John 14:6; Acts 4:12) and depends only on God for his provision, assurance and security.
Jesus is our defense attorney.
Christ is our wonderful counselor before God. He is our mediator and intercessor, who calms us down and advices us. As our lawyer before God, He defends us in the court of justice of God, and he offers himself as payment for our transgressions. Christ himself is therefore identified as that “wonder” because we could say that Christ is “the wonder of God in person”. Not only is Christ the greatest "Wonder of God" but He is the one who has done and would do "Wonders" in his people. A counselor is someone who guides others by warning or exhortation. Christ said about himself, “my words are Spirit and are Life”. He also said, “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and acts on them, will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock” (Matthew 7). So, why not to think of Christ as that “wonderful counselor” as stated by the apostle Peter when he said, “you alone have the words of eternal life”.
Advocate (1 John 2:1) Comforter (John 14:16) The consolation of Israel (Luke 2:25) Pleader, mediator ( 1 Timothy 2:5).
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God ( John 1:1).