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Christian Salvation

             In this forever evolving universe, religion is one of the few aspects that remains constant. Although many centuries have passed since the execution of Jesus Christ, Christians continue to believe that Jesus died on the cross to save all from sin and that His blood washes away the sins of all those who truly wish to be saved. Only in Christianity is the path of salvation made clear by God's sacrifice, the death of his own son. According to the Christian belief system, a strong faith and a sincere repentance are the two key factors leading to salvation. This salvation guarantees the eternal existence of their souls in peace with God.
             Throughout their entire lives Christians undergo several sacraments, such as Baptism, Reconciliation, and their first Holy Communions to attain salvation. However, these sacraments are of absolutely no value without a strong faith. Christians must truly believe in Jesus Christ, that He was the only son of God and that he was born of the Virgin Mary. They must also trust that He lived His whole life without sin and that He died on the Holy Cross for their sins and for their salvation. Above all, Christians attain salvation by believing that Jesus Christ arose from the dead, therefore proving the fact that eternal life of the soul does exist. They see Him as their savior from the wrath that shall come on judgment day. Trusting that they will be saved, Christians see the end as the coming .
             of the Lord, when the will be delivered from this world and blessed by obtaining eternal life. .
             In addition, as part of their religion, Christians believe that all who ask for repentance and are genuinely regretful are forgiven by the Lord. By calling upon the name of the Lord, confessing that one is a sinner, and having faith in the Lord and Jesus Christ, one is saved in the eyes of a Christian. In the Bible, the Holy book of the Christian Church, it is stated, "that if thou shalt confess with thy mouth to the lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.

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