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Title: No Salvation Except Through:


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No Salvation Except Through
  • THE BLOOD OF CHRIST

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  • No faith nor works without the Blood of Christ
    can be of any benefit.
  • Faith means to believe in the Blood of Christ.
  • Works are those based on the deserts of the Blood
    of Christ.

3
  • No good works, however excellent, elevated, or
    perfect they may be, can save man without the
    Blood of Christ.
  • Therefore, the righteous people who pleased God
    in old times with their good works, remained also
    in Hades until the Lord Christ brought them out
    after His Crucifixion.

4
General Rule
  • Any verses included in the Holy Bible attacking
    works means works alone without the Blood of
    Christ or the works of Law of the Old
    Testament.e.g. Not by works of righteousness
    which we have done Titus 35

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  • Therefore, in case an unbeliever does good works,
    the righteousness of the Law will avail him
    nothing, and his good works alone without faith
    will not save him.

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Why there is no salvation except through the
Blood of Christ
  • Sin is disobedience to God who is unlimited, so
    sin becomes unlimited, too.
  • So, sin cannot be forgiven except by an unlimited
    propitiation. But whatever works man can do are
    limited.
  • The only solution then for the remission of sin
    was that God Himself becomes incarnate and dies,
    thus His death can be an unlimited propitiation
    that satisfies Gods unlimited justice.

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  • This applies to the sin of Adam as well as to the
    sin of anyone else because sin is sin, Gods
    justice is the same, and death, the punishment of
    sin, is the same in Old Testament as in the New
    Testament.
  • There became no other means to attain salvation
    except that Gods grace would seek us and it did.

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Therefore, St. Paul said
  • Being justified freely by His grace through the
    redemption that is in Christ Jesus, whom God set
    forth to be propitiation by His blood, through
    faith, to demonstrate His righteousness,, because
    in His forbearance God had passed over the sins
    that were previously committed Romans 324-25
  • And also Who has saved us and called us with a
    holy calling, not according to His own purpose
    which was given to us 2 Timothy 19

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  • Not by works of righteousness which we have
    done, but according to His mercy He saved us,
    through the washing of regeneration and renewing
    of the Holy Spirit Titus 35
  • For by grace you have been saved through faith,
    and that not of yourselves it is the gift of
    God, not of works, lest anyone should boast.
    Ephesians 28,9

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  • However, we say that the Blood of Christ is one
    thing and the DESERTS of His Blood is another
    thing.
  • The Blood of Christ is capable of the remission
    of the sins of the whole world, but did the whole
    world gain the remission of their sins?

Is the whole world saved because of His giving
His only-begotten Son, or are only those who
believe in Him saved?
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So, the Blood of Christ is available, ready to
save and capable of doing just that BUT
There are certain conditions that must be
fulfilled first so that a sinner might deserve to
be saved by this Blood
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Conditions of salvation through the Blood of
Christ
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  • Faith
  • Baptism
  • Church Sacraments necessary for salvation
  • Good works

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Faith Biblical References
  • Whoever believes in Him should not perish but
    have everlasting life John 316
  • He who believes in Him is not condemned but he
    who does not believe is condemned already because
    he has not believed in the name of the only
    begotten Son of God John 318
  • But these are written that you may believe that
    Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that
    believing you may have life in His name John
    2031

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  • through this Man is preached to you the
    forgiveness of sins, and by Him everyone who
    believes is justified Acts 13 38-39
  • if you do not believe that I am He, you will
    die in your sins John 824

In order to be saved through the Blood of Christ,
you must believe. This is the first condition,
but not the only one.
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Faith should be
Living faith supported by works
Faith working through love
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Living faith supported by good works
  • faith without works is dead. For as the body
    without the spirit is dead, so faith without
    works is dead also James 220,26
  • What does it profit, my brethren, if someone
    says he has faith but does not have works? Can
    faith save him? James 214

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And about belief void of good works, St. James
also says
  • You believe that there is one God. You do well.
    Even the demons believe and tremble. James 219

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  • having been justified by faith Romans 51

We have to understand the differences between
three important expressions in the Pauline
Epistles to the Romans
  • Justification
  • Sanctification
  • Salvation
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