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“What is Life All About?”
 
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The chart on the reverse of this card is a simplified diagram of God's full salvation. For a more thorough presentation that is suitable for in-depth Bible study of this topic, click here:
The Process of God’s Full Salvation

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This chart depicts the process by which God makes us, who are sinners, into His many sons.

The star signifies God Himself, while the three circles represent man, because according to the Bible, there are three parts to man's being: spirit, soul, and body.
With this in mind, you can follow the chart to see the outline of how we are saved. Of course, as the chart shows, it all began with God Himself, who became a man in Christ Jesus, died on the cross for our sins, then rose from the dead and ascended on high, where He now is, at God’s right hand.

As for us, when God created us we were very good, without sin. However, we became fallen when we disobeyed God, so now we have a choice: We can believe in the Lord Jesus, be forgiven for our sins, and be born again, or we can reject Him, in which case our eternal destiny is the lake of fire.

To be born again means that God’s own life comes into us, making us children of God. However, this is not the end of the Christian life, but only the beginning. We still need to be transformed by allowing the life of Christ to grow in us; the Bible calls this process “transformation,” (Rom. 12:1; 2 Cor. 3:18) because it really makes us a new person.

Eventually, those who are born again will all be glorified, at which time the divine life will fully permeate every aspect of our being. At this point we are “conformed to the image of God’s Son” (Rom. 8:29). This means that in terms of our life and nature we are like Him in every way, though our persons are still distinct from Him. This is the consummation of God’s fulll salvation.



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