What do the Greeks words for salvation mean?

The Greek words and the Hebrew words that are translated salvation and saved include “security.” Check out the meaning of the words in a Greek concordance or lexicon. You will see that when a person says, “I am saved,” not only does he mean, “I have been delivered from sin and Hell and judgment, but he also means, “I am secure, and God keeps me safe.” This is what the Greek and Hebrew words mean. For a person to say, “I believe you are saved, but I believe you can be lost,” is really a contradiction in terms. People who advocate such doctrines do not even realize what the bible is saying when Jesus promised to save us.

The Bible says in 1 Peter 1 v.5, “Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time.” In Jude 1 the Bible says, “Jude, the servant of Jesus Christ, and brother of James, to them that are sanctified by God the Father, and preserved in Jesus Christ.” The Bible says we are sealed by the Holy Spirit. And not only has God saved us and keeps us by His power, but we are preserved in Jesus Christ, God’s Son. We are sealed by the third person of the Godhead, the Holy Spirit. The angels of the Lord encamp about those that fear Him. The whole trinity keeps us, and just for good measure, the angels are keeping us safe and watching over God’s children. This is more than the devil can handle. There is no possibility to lose your salvation.



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