I posted at Out of the Ordinary this morning on what it means to believe in the Lord Jesus.
Do you remember the story of the Philippian jailer’s conversion (Acts 16:25-34)? Paul and Silas were jailed in Philippi when a “great earthquake” freed the prisoners. The prisoners’ bonds were broken loose and the doors of the prison were shaken open. The jailer saw the open prison door, assumed the prisoners had escaped, and was about to kill himself when Paul assured him that no one was missing. All the prisoners were still there.
Then the jailer fell down in front of Paul and Silas and asked this question: “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” Perhaps he’d been listening to their prison prayers and songs, because somehow he knew he was guilty before God and needed to be saved from divine judgment. The answer from Paul and Silas was simple: “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved … .”
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This post is the latest in a series of posts on truths every Christian woman should know. Here are the previous posts: