What Must I Do To Be Saved? (Part 2)

by Gus Nichols (1892-1975)

Jailer’s Question Answered

When the jailer asked “What must I do to be saved?” (Acts 16:30), he knew little or nothing about Christ and had no faith in Him. However, the earthquake of the occasion and the miracle in evidence confirmed the fact that Paul and Silas were servants of God. In answer to his question they began at the very first and said, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house.” This was a sort of blanket proposition meaning that he would have to obey Christ and trust in Him for salvation.

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What Must I Do To Be Saved? (Part 1)

by Gus Nichols (1892-1975)
What is the greatest question ever propounded by mortal man? Some businessman might say it is the question of how to make a fortune. Those old and feeble might say it is the question of how to live to be one hundred years of age and remain in good health all that time. The sick might answer that the greatest question has to do with a cure for cancer, tuberculosis and diseases of the heart. However, the statesmen might contend that the greatest question is how to promote peace among nations and prevent all future wars. While these are all important questions they have to do with the fleeting things of time and this life only. Continue reading “What Must I Do To Be Saved? (Part 1)”

The Correct Translation Of The Bible, by Gary Colley

Every Bible student knows that no specific translation is specified in the Scriptures.   However this does not mean that there are not some guidelines for us to follow in choosing the proper translation of the Bible.  Not all books which have the word “Bible” on the front can be trusted to give us the Truth that is able to make us free (Jn.8:31-32).

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