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If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.
Romans 10:9.10

A sinner finds no acceptance with God for his own achievements, but solely by believing in Jesus Christ. The first chapters of the epistle to the Romans establish this fact clearly, as do today’s verses above. However, what is meant by “With the mouth confession is made unto salvation”?

God wants every Christian to testify his faith freely. The cry of a newborn baby indicates that a new, young life has begun. Similarly, the new birth of a person through faith in Jesus Christ cannot remain concealed.

Whoever has started a new life with the Lord Jesus Christ will share his joy with others. He will tell how much God has done for him (cf. Luke 8:39). He must not, however, count on being understood by all his family and acquaintances. Nevertheless it is good for him to witness frankly for Jesus. Then people will notice that his life’s objective and his standards have changed: Jesus Christ has become his Lord and Saviour. A frank confession of one’s conversion to Christ at the beginning of a life of faith is a great help in getting free from bad influences and habits of the past.

When God grants salvation, it is not only for heaven but also for life on earth. A public confession of Jesus Christ as one’s Lord contributes to the vast scope of salvation that God gives to believers.

Today’s reading: Judges 15:9-20 · 2 Corinthians 13:1-13





 


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