A MODEL OF SALVATION

A MODEL OF SALVATION

THE NEGATIVE DIMENSION OF SALVATION

To Be Rescued From Wrath (Mark 6:16) (I Thessalonians 1:10)

THE POSITIVE DIMENSION OF SALVATION

The Positive Dimension for the Church (Revelation 21:2)

The primary aspects

To be changed into Christ’s image in spirit, in soul, and in body (Romans 8:29) (Philippians 3:21)

To be brought into union with God and all saints through Jesus Christ (John 17:21-23)

The secondary aspects

To be a member of the Bride of the Lamb (Revelation 21:9)

To be part of the Temple of God (Ephesians 2:22)

To be a member of the Body of Christ (I Corinthians 12:12)

To be the light of the world (Matthew 5:14)

To be a part of the vehicle for the end-time revival (Isaiah 60:1,2)

To be a restorer of Paradise on earth (Romans 8:21)

To be a source of eternal life and healing for the nations (I Corinthians 15:45)

To be a member of the royal priesthood (I Peter 2:9)

To be a witness of God (Isaiah 43:10)

To be salt (Matthew 5:13)

To be a son of God (Revelation 21:7)

To be a brother of Jesus Christ (Romans 8:29)

To be an overcomer of the accuser (Revelation 12:11)

To be a governor of the nations (Revelation 2:26,27)

To be a soldier in the army of the Lord (Joel 2:11)

To be a judge of men and angels (I Corinthians 6:2,3)

To be a wall of defense around the Glory of God (Revelation 21:14)

To be a part of the revelation of Himself—God in Christ in the saints (Revelation 3:12)

The Positive Dimension for the Saved Nations (Revelation 21:24,26)

During the thousand-year Kingdom Age (Revelation 20:6)

To live in Paradise on the present earth (Isaiah 11:4-9)

During the new heaven and earth reign of Christ (Revelation 21:1)

To live in Paradise on the new earth (Revelation 21:4)