Question: What is the difference between being saved and being born again?

They replied, “Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved, along with everyone in your household.” We can see from these sets of passages that being “born again” is the same as “being saved.” Both terms refer to the spiritual process of being accepted into Gods family.

Can you be saved and not born again?

According to Jesus, you cannot be saved or you cannot enter the kingdom of heaven unless you are born again, (John 3:3, 7). In the Bible there is the concept that we ARE saved. We ARE BEING saved; and we WILL BE saved right through the coming Day of Judgement and into Eternity.

Am I really saved if I keep sinning?

If you have sincerely given your life to Jesus, know that the sin you commit does not mean that you are not saved and not a sincere Christian. Even the most famous Christians struggle with the very same struggle. God forgives His children when they sin if they come to Him in repentance and ask to be forgiven.

What to do after sinning?

Confronting Your Sins. Ask for forgiveness from anyone you affected with your sin. Approach the person or people that your sin affected and apologize to them for your actions. Make sure you make it clear that you know your actions were wrong and that you want to make things better.

Why is baptism important in the life of every person?

Baptism is an important sacrament because Jesus was baptised, and after his resurrection he told his disciples that they too should be baptised. It was John who baptised Jesus. Christians believe that baptising cleanses people from original sin and marks a persons official entry into the Church.

How do you explain being born again to a child?

“To be born again means you have to trust God as your savior,” says Hannah, 10. “What that means is: 1) Believe that Jesus is Gods son. 2) Believe that He died on the cross for your sins. 3) Believe that He rose again.”

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