The very statement of “being saved” I have come to ponder.
Why does the church and we Christians hold that phrase as so important? And what exactly does that phrase mean in reality? And how does that phrase influence past and future behaviour? And is it really what this “God Soft Hands Jesus stuff” is all about?
“I have been saved” (along with “I am saved” and “I was saved” and “have you been saved yet”) is a rite of passage. It seems to me now to divide real Christians from the curious and questioning.
Have you revealed your true self publicly? Have you become what you were always intended to be … have you come to terms with what you are but denied ever since … have you found your true inner self … the one you can (and will eventually) live with in harmony every day…
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