Templo Casa de Dios

PLAN DE SALVACION


   ¿CÓMO SER SALVO ?                                                                              

 

 Admitir que somos pecadores. “No hay justo, ni aún uno . . por cuanto todos pecaron; y están destituidos de la Gloria de Dios.” Romanos 3:10,23

“Mas Dios muestra su amor para con nosotros en que siendo aún pecadores, Cristo murió por nosotros.” Romanos5:8

“Porque la paga del pecado es muerte, mas la dádiva de Dios es vida eterna en Cristo Jesús Señor nuestro.” Romanos 6:23

 

Pedir perdón a Dios. porque todo aquel que invocare el nombre del Señor, serásalvo.” Romanos 10:13

 

Creer en Jesús. Poner tu confianza en Él como tu única esperanza de salvación.Por que de talmanera amó Dios al mundo, que ha dado a su Hijo unigénito, para que todo aquel que en él cree, no se pierda, mas tenga vida eterna.” Juan 3:16

 

Convertirte en hijo de Dios al recibir a Cristo. “Mas a todos los que le recibieron, a los quecreen en su nombre, les dio potestad de ser hechos hijos de Dios.” Juan 1:12

 

Confesar que Jesús es Dios. que si confesares con tu boca que Jesús es el Señor, y creyeres en tu corazón que Dios, le levantó de los muertos, serás salvo. Porque con el corazón se cree para justicia, pero con la boca se confiesa para salvación.” Romanos 10:9-10

 

!Dios le Bendiga Grandemente!

 

 

 

 

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