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The Word on the Cross -2- Word of Salvation | الكلمة على الصليب -2- كلمة خلاص

15 Mar

الكلمة على الصليب -2-
كلمة خلاص:الحقَّ أقولُ لكَ سَتكونُ اليومَ مَعي في الفِردَوسِ” – لوقا ٤٣:٢٣ 

وقائع حول كلمة خلاص:

الخلاص: أن يصبح الإنسان مخلّصاً

في العهد الجديد، نرى تركيزا ً على الخلاص ببعده الجوهريّ- الأبديّ من عواقب الخطيئة، أي الجحيم والموت
في العهد القديم، كانت تستعمل أيضا كلمة خلاص من مخاطر زمنية محدّدة؛ كالحرب، المجاعة، المرض والموت

الخلاص هو عمل نعمة اللّه لتحرير شعبه وإعادته الى ملكوت ابنه الحبيب (كولوسي 13:1) المعدّ له منذ إنشاء العالم، ووهبه الحياة الأبدية (رومة 23:6) على أساس ما تممّه المسيح من خلال آلامه وموته وقيامته.

وكما يقول الكتاب، فإنّي قد نلت الخلاص (أفسس 5:2)، وإنّي أعمل لأجل الخلاص (فيلبي 12:2).
لقد نلنا جميعا ً الخلاص بيسوع المسيح ولنا بحرّيّتنا إمّا أن نحافظ عليه ونعيش الملكوت منذ الآن إلى أن نلتقي وجهاً لوجه بالله في الحياة الأبديّة، أو نرفضه، من الآن، بحرّيتنا وأعمالنا

The Word on the Cross -2-

Word of Salvation:

Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise.” – Luke 23:43

Facts around the word Salvation:

Salvation; to become saved:

In the New Testament, we see a focus on Salvation in its essential and eternal sense. It’s salvation from the consequences of sin that are hell and death.

Where in the Old Testament, the same word was also used against dangers and risks that are limited in time such as war, hunger, disease, death…

Salvation is the work of the Grace of God to liberate and deliver His people and restore him to the Kingdom of His Beloved Son (Colossians 13:1) the Kingdom that was prepared for His people since the creation of the world, and give him Eternal Life (Romans 6:23). All based on what Jesus has accomplished through his suffering, death and resurrection.

And as The Bible says; I have already received salvation (Ephesians 2:5) and I keep working out my salvation (Philippians 2:12).

We have all received salvation in Jesus Christ, and it is up to our free will to either keep it and Live in the Kingdom of God as of now, until we are reunited with God in eternity. Or reject it, and work against it.

 

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