Faith That Saves

It is a sure thing to understand that we are saved through faith. The one who exercises faith in Christ is saved from sin, death, hell, and countless other woes. The scripture says that we are saved by grace through faith in Christ. His works are what saves us. We are credited righteousness through Him. Our own works cannot save us.

            Faith that saves produces good works, but faith is not a work. If you are worried that your faith is not enough, stop treating faith like a work. Faith is simple trust. So simply trust Christ, who loved you and gave Himself for you.

            Faith that saves does not have to be great faith, because just a little faith will do the trick. Faith is not a work but trusting. So how great our faith is doesn’t determine whether we are saved or not. It does not take big faith to save, nor does it take a strong faith. A little weak faith is all it takes to receive the grace of the Gracious God. 

            Faith that saves is not faith of the highest quality or purity, because faith that saves has little to do with the person using it. You can believe very strongly that you can fly, but the believing does not give you the ability. Faith produces nothing in us, but simply receives from another. Saving faith is saving faith because of the worthiness of the object of faith not the one using it. Christ does the saving, not us. That is why faith in Him works.

            The faith that saves is faith in the right place. It is not the worthiness of your faith that saves you, but placing your faith in the worthy one. We must trust in Jesus. It only takes a mustard seed of faith to move mountains. It takes less to embrace the arms of the Savior. The faith that saves is the faith the hopes in Christ alone.

Published by preacherjon55

I am a preacher, Stone Mason, evangelist, husband, and father of four children. I have been deeply impacted and changed by the grace of God. My mission is to share the gift of God’s grace with as many people as possible.

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