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The world is crowded with churches that promise salvation, forgiveness, and heaven. Most say salvation is something you earn through good works and a moral lifestyle. Others say salvation is a gift from God that can’t be earned, but, to avoid offending the nonbeliever’s sense of self-worth, they market salvation as a feel-good path to self-fulfillment and downplay sin or personal guilt.
Either way, the message is the same: God saves those who have something to offer Him. Those who help themselves. Those who see their own worthiness. Those with a driving need to feel better about themselves.
But is that really the kind of person God saves? Does He save just anybody? Not according to Jesus Himself. In this compelling study, John MacArthur shows you how Jesus rocked the religious world of His day by pointing out a path to God that went against conventional wisdom, human intuition, and long-standing traditions.
Have you sought salvation on God’s terms, or yours? Am I the Kind of Person God Saves? helps you settle that question once and for all.