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Ep. 9: What Does It Mean to “Be Saved”?

I’m back and it’s time for a new series!

Often, Christians use phrases that we and others don’t fully understand.  I think it’s time to start changing that. I put up an Instagram story asking what phrases you think are most commonly misunderstood, and a couple of you mentioned “being saved.”

Today, I take a dive into what the gospel really is, what “being saved” means Biblically, and how those things affect our lives.

Today’s Phrase

Christians will often say “They’re saved!” or “I was saved when I was x years old.” What do we mean by that? Are people using that correctly or should we just abandon the phrase altogether? How does that phrase affect our daily lives? Let’s tackle those questions together!

Today’s episode is both for Christians and non-Christians – I can’t wait to hear your thoughts:)

Enjoy!

Resources and Links

How to Enjoy Prayer

Falling Away From Christ vs. Continuing in His Kindness

Is God’s Grace Really Free?

Let’s Talk!

What’s the next commonly misunderstood phrase you want me to unpack?

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7 thoughts on “Ep. 9: What Does It Mean to “Be Saved”?”

  1. I loved this episode! I can’t wait for the rest of your new series! I know it will help a lot of people; it is already helping me! Keep up the fantastic work! 😊

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  2. Well, I don’t know what to say (I could say a lot of things, haha), but I’ve finally spared some minutes and listened to this. Thank you for being precise and clear in your representation of what the gospel of Jesus Christ really is. I think this is my best podcast you’ve ever done; not to say others are bad, but this is tremendously precious.

    There’s something precious & humbling when we pause and ponder what Christ accomplished in the cross of Calvary for us to the glory of God alone. Thank you for reminding me to always look to Christ and continue believing in Christ!

    Looking forward to more future episodes, Rachel. Blessings!

    – Thompson

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