The Salvation Code: Part 1; An interesting slant on the Gospel of Christ (watch out unbelieving ‘Christians’)!

Note: This article was a thought process that I used to journey my way onto the true meaning of becoming a ‘Christian‘ biblically; and the eternal salvation attached to it. On hindsight, I have decided to change some of the content to give people a fresh outlook on the entire thing; contrary to the majority of modern and emerging Christianity of today which is teaching lies; “For a time is coming when people will no longer listen to sound and wholesome teaching. They will follow their own desires and will look for teachers who will tell them whatever their itching ears want to hear.” (2 Timothy 4:3).

I have noticed in the last few days some harrowing and Christian trends in the Church today, and I feel God has called me to correct them. As a watchman out for hearts of Christ, please take my words at earnest’s length and re-read the Gospels we so very love, before it is too late!

I reckon, as modern-day Christians, we have got this whole salvation thing, well, wrong. We seem to miss the point of it, and the proofs of it, and assume that everyone who prayers a prayer at a Evangelical rally or a Church meeting is ‘saved’. For me to be able to say that statement is actually terrifying to my very soul. It is incredibly concerning that false teachers out there are juggling with people’s fate and salvation- teaching them a watered-down theology which blinds them. And before you say that what I say is preposterous, then let me ask you a question- has the Church been wrong before? Yes.

They used to believe that to be saved, that you had to be of one denomination (eg, the Catholics believed that if you didn’t commune with them, then you were damned to hell). So it’s all the Catholics fault then?

Wrong! For even as Protestants, The Church made some severe and errant errors within its own teachings. At one point, they believed that the millennium already happened and that God had already came! How ridiculous is that!? And, to top it off, the Protestants used to believe at a time that The Holy Spirit doesn’t work through us- preposterous!

If this was the case, then none of us are saved; for surely:

“[Christ] was raised from the dead by the power of the Holy Spirit. He is Jesus Christ our Lord,”

(Romans 1:4)

“But you were cleansed; you were made holy; you were made right with God by calling on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God,

(1 Cor. 6:10-12)

If this is the case then, how can we be saved without the Holy Spirit? For surely it is he who makes the transaction for us on Christ’s behalf; for without the Holy Spirit genuinely living within us as our very seal, we cannot be saved!

This may sound controversial, but step back to think upon this before you cast labels and accusations at me for being a ‘heretic’. Sure, it was Jesus who made the transactional sacrifice of atonement in the first place:

“so also Christ died once for all time as a sacrifice to take away the sins of many people. He will come again, not to deal with our sins, but to bring salvation to all who are eagerly waiting for him.”

(Hebrews 9: 28)

But it is also The Holy Spirit who:

“has identified you as his own, guaranteeing that you will be saved on the day of redemption.”

(Ephesians 4:30)

“Now all of us can come to the Father through the same Holy Spirit because of what Christ has done for us.

(Ephesians 2:18)

Good, it seems like God works as a team- just as we would expect the three in one/ one in three trinity to do so. Now, here’s the catcher- if Jesus Christ is the only way to the Father, and the Holy Spirit is the only way in which we are sealed in Christ’s eternal sacrifice for us, then what does this say about how we become followers of Christ? How we become true Christians in a Biblical sense? Let me give you a few examples to paint you a picture,

Anyone who wanders away from this teaching has no relationship with God. But anyone who remains in the teaching of Christ has a relationship with both the Father and the Son.”

(2 John 1:9)

“Don’t let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God, and trust also in me.”

(John 14:1)

17 A good tree produces good fruit, and a bad tree produces bad fruit. 18 A good tree can’t produce bad fruit, and a bad tree can’t produce good fruit. 19 So every tree that does not produce good fruit is chopped down and thrown into the fire. 20 Yes, just as you can identify a tree by its fruit, so you can identify people by their actions.

True Disciples

21 “Not everyone who calls out to me, ‘Lord! Lord!’ will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Only those who actually do the will of my Father in heaven will enter. 22 On judgment day many will say to me, ‘Lord! Lord! We prophesied in your name and cast out demons in your name and performed many miracles in your name.’ 23But I will reply, ‘I never knew you. Get away from me, you who break God’s laws.’

Building on a Solid Foundation

24 “Anyone who listens to my teaching and follows it is wise, like a person who builds a house on solid rock. 25 Though the rain comes in torrents and the floodwaters rise and the winds beat against that house, it won’t collapse because it is built on bedrock. 26 But anyone who hears my teaching and doesn’t obey it is foolish, like a person who builds a house on sand. 27 When the rains and floods come and the winds beat against that house, it will collapse with a mighty crash.”

(Matthew 7: 17-27) – {Check out part 2, when we go through the latter half of the passage}

Notice how Biblical this all seems to be- am I the only one who thinks we are going a bit soft here; even though it is in front of our very eyes? No it is not; it seems to be the very Church which has been blinded, so it’s no wonder that the very powers it should have are powerless, as not everyone is batting on the same team- we must watch out for those who stand against us! The ones who enjoy teaching a soft doctrine; never ‘judging’ (rebuking) anyone for their own sakes!

And the Biblical account here is unapologetic; and uncompromising. Although it may seem similar to what is being taught currently (as most lies are), there is a big, big mistake within the Church’s teaching at the moment- this idea that everyone who cries out to God, maybe in a public prayer; or some spiritual experience of kinds, is saved. I believe as Christians, in the unapologetic Biblical sense of the word, should stand firm and make sure that salvation is fully understood here! Although we who truly repent are always ‘sealed in The Holy Spirit forever’, there is proofs to this fact (The Bible testifies them as ‘good fruit’, and how only one type of ‘fruit’ can come from only one certain type of ‘tree’). If they were truly reborn from God, then they would naturally begin to show some traits; not end up the same as they were before.

But I am going to go into this in more detail in part 2. But for now, let me tell you a story. A man, who let’s say for namesake is called Tony, became a baptised believer at the age of 27. He was apparently a good and faithful follower of God, in the World’s eyes, yet turned away from it at the age of 45- because his wife had an affair and he could not (and would not) forgive her. He eventually obviously drifted from God, apparently dead to him in his life, and died in a car crash at the age of 52. Now he started heading towards Hell, wondering why he wasn’t heading towards the light of Heaven. Then on his way down, this scripture came to him:

22 “How long, you simpletons,
will you insist on being simple-minded?
How long will you mockers relish your mocking?
How long will you fools hate knowledge?
23 Come and listen to my counsel.
I’ll share my heart with you
and make you wise.

24 “I called you so often, but you wouldn’t come.
I reached out to you, but you paid no attention.
25 You ignored my advice
and rejected the correction I offered.
26 So I will laugh when you are in trouble!
I will mock you when disaster overtakes you—
27 when calamity overtakes you like a storm,
when disaster engulfs you like a cyclone,
and anguish and distress overwhelm you.

(Proverbs 1:22-27) – (NB: I felt inspired to quote that, and search for the passage to the exact verse; just to let you know, I haven’t read Proverbs in a very, very long time; and although you may have thought that I just ‘remembered it’, I have never read this passage before in my entire life!)

You see, we need to examine ourselves, and be certain of our salvation! Some who may think they genuinely have it, because The Church has told them so, may be in danger here- as I am going to explain in the next two parts, we must examine ourselves with what the Bible says and check that we are saved and sanctified. And don’t worry, our core doctrine has never changed:

“24 For Christ did not enter into a holy place made with human hands, which was only a copy of the true one in heaven. He entered into heaven itself to appear now before God on our behalf. 25 And he did not enter heaven to offer himself again and again, like the high priest here on earth who enters the Most Holy Place year after year with the blood of an animal. 26 If that had been necessary, Christ would have had to die again and again, ever since the world began. But now, once for all time, he has appeared at the end of the agesto remove sin by his own death as a sacrifice. 27 And just as each person is destined to die once and after that comes judgment, 28 so also Christ died once for all time as a sacrifice to take away the sins of many people. He will come again, not to deal with our sins, but to bring salvation to all who are eagerly waiting for him.

(Hebrews 9:24-28)

So, that is not the problem here. The apostasy the modern church has been the teaching, the one that just assumed that we are all saved. We must make sure that we have genuinely confessed Jesus is God, who died and rose for us on the third day as an eternal atonement for us (The Messiah, The Christ), from our tongue; and that we genuinely repent and turn to him within our hearts. Then, The Holy Spirit will come livin within us forever as an eternal seal of the’ inheritance of God’. As a part of this self examination process, these verses must ring true to you in some way- and not seem alien to you:

“For the Kingdom of God is not a matter of what we eat or drink, but of living a life of goodness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.”

(Romans 14:17)

“I am a special messenger from Christ Jesus to you Gentiles. I bring you the Good News so that I might present you as an acceptable offering to God, made holy by the Holy Spirit.”

(Romans 15:16)

“Some of you were once like that. But you were cleansed; you were made holy; you were made right with God by calling on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.”

(1 Cor 6: 11)

16 for it is written: “Be holy, because I am holy.”

(1 Peter 1:16)

18 Run from sexual sin! No other sin so clearly affects the body as this one does. For sexual immorality is a sin against your own body. 19 Don’t you realize that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who lives in you and was given to you by God? You do not belong to yourself, 20 for God bought you with a high price. So you must honor God with your body.

(1 Cor 6:18-20)

The Law and Faith in Christ

1 Oh, foolish Galatians! Who has cast an evil spell on you? For the meaning of Jesus Christ’s death was made as clear to you as if you had seen a picture of his death on the cross. 2 Let me ask you this one question: Did you receive the Holy Spirit by obeying the law of Moses? Of course not!You received the Spirit because you believed the message you heard about Christ. 3 How foolish can you be? After starting your Christian lives in the Spirit, why are you now trying to become perfect by your own human effort?4 Have you experienced[a]so much for nothing? Surely it was not in vain, was it?

5I ask you again, does God give you the Holy Spirit and work miracles among you because you obey the law? Of course not! It is because you believe the message you heard about Christ.

6 In the same way, “Abraham believed God, and God counted him as righteous because of his faith.”[b]

  1. Galatians 3:4 Or Have you suffered.
  2. Galatians 3:6 Gen 15:6.

(Gal 3: 1-6)- Note: it is through faith in God and trusting in Him, not obeying a set of ideas and structures. I am stating this to you so you understand what I’m saying is not obeying some rules or regulations, yet what I am saying is the things you do and the changes in your life are actual proofs of your salvation.

“15But if you are always biting and devouring one another, watch out! Beware of destroying one another.

Living by the Spirit’s Power

16 So I say, let the Holy Spirit guide your lives. Then you won’t be doing what your sinful nature craves. 17 The sinful nature wants to do evil, which is just the opposite of what the Spirit wants. And the Spirit gives us desires that are the opposite of what the sinful nature desires. These two forces are constantly fighting each other, so you are not free to carry out your good intentions.”

(Gal 5:15-17)

“21envy, drunkenness, wild parties, and other sins like these. Let me tell you again, as I have before, that anyone living that sort of life will not inherit the Kingdom of God.

22 But the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, and self-control. There is no law against these things! “

(Gal 5:21-23)

“17 Don’t act thoughtlessly, but understand what the Lord wants you to do. 18Don’t be drunk with wine, because that will ruin your life. Instead, be filled with the Holy Spirit, 19 singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs among yourselves, and making music to the Lord in your hearts.”

(Eph 5:17-19)

“4 We know, dear brothers, that God loves you and has chosen you to be his own people. 5 For when we brought you the Good News, it was not only with words but also with power, for the Holy Spirit gave you full assurance that what we said was true. And you know of our concern for you from the way we lived when we were with you. 6 So you received the message with joy from the Holy Spirit in spite of the severe suffering it brought you. In this way, you imitated both us and the Lord. 7 As a result, you have become an example to all the believers in Greece—throughout both Macedonia and Achaia.”

(1 Thes 1:4-7)

“18Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.

19 Do not stifle the Holy Spirit. 20 Do not scoff at prophecies,”

(1 Thes 5:18-20)

“12Then they will be condemned for enjoying evil rather than believing the truth.

Believers Should Stand Firm

13 As for us, we can’t help but thank God for you, dear brothers and sisters loved by the Lord. We are always thankful that God chose you to be among the first to experience salvation—a salvation that came through the Spirit who makes you holy and through your belief in the truth. 14 He called you to salvation when we told you the Good News; now you can share in the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

(2 Thes 2:12-14)

“7God has called us to live holy lives, not impure lives.8 Therefore, anyone who refuses to live by these rules is not disobeying human teaching but is rejecting God, who gives his Holy Spirit to you.”

(1 Thes 4:7-9)

I testify one common them from the above verses which aren’t mention within modern Church circles- our faith should show ‘Holy’ or ‘Righteous’ ways like they never did before we attained salvation through Jesus Christ. If we do not have visible signs of this ‘good fruit’ growing within us, it may be a good and true sign that we are still spiritually dead; and were never saved in the first place. I will be writing more on this in part 2, but take heed:

17 A good tree produces good fruit, and a bad tree produces bad fruit. 18 A good tree can’t produce bad fruit, and a bad tree can’t produce good fruit. 19 So every tree that does not produce good fruit is chopped down and thrown into the fire.

(Matthew 7:17-19)

24 No one can serve two masters. For you will hate one and love the other; you will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money.”

(Matthew 6:24)

13 You can enter God’s Kingdom only through the narrow gate. The highway to hell is broad, and its gate is wide for the many who choose that way. 14 But the gateway to life is very narrow and the road is difficult, and only a few ever find it.”

(Matthew 7: 13-14)

21 Not everyone who calls out to me, ‘Lord! Lord!’ will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Only those who actually do the will of my Father in heaven will enter. 22 On judgment day many will say to me, ‘Lord! Lord! We prophesied in your name and cast out demons in your name and performed many miracles in your name.’ 23 But I will reply, ‘I never knew you. Get away from me, you who break God’s laws.’”

(Matthew 7:21-23)

NOTE: Just like Saul and False Prophets of old, God The Father can still use you through his Holy Spirit to do his good and inspired works. Just because you have ever done something supernatural through The Holy Spirit, does not mean that YOU ARE SAVED! It just meant that for a time, you were filled by The Holy Spirit; but you were not of it. If you have ever worked in a church, helped people and even prayed for them, but then you got home and were still powerless and dead inside; you are probably ONE OF THESE PEOPLE. If you want to know the difference of being sealed in The Holy Spirit and being filled by The Holy Spirit, just let me know and I’ll be free to give you some Biblical examples (I am here to help you, not tell you something sweet and rosy for you to believe in).

Do not judge others, and you will not be judged. 2 For you will be treated as you treat others. The standard you use in judging is the standard by which you will be judged.

(Matthew 7:1-2)

15 “Beware of false prophets who come disguised as harmless sheep but are really vicious wolves. 16 You can identify them by their fruit, that is, by the way they act. Can you pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? 17 A good tree produces good fruit, and a bad tree produces bad fruit…..20 Yes, just as you can identify a tree by its fruit, so you can identify people by their actions.”

(Matthew 7:15-17, 20).

I hope you do understand what I am trying to say here- a true God-fearing saved Christian has The Holy Spirit within him the entire time- not just on Sundays! And yes, this means sometimes following him where you don’t want to go, or living a counter-cultural lifestyle that he directs and leads you into. But he becomes you best friend; the very person which seals you in your salvation- the very person which keeps you sanctified and saved within Christ. I shall go into this more in the next 2 articles- next up, what it means to be a Christian- in the Biblical sense!

I hope that you judge what I say wisely,

Andy x



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20 Responses to The Salvation Code: Part 1; An interesting slant on the Gospel of Christ (watch out unbelieving ‘Christians’)!

  1. tawnymartin says:

    Good post! Quite thought-provoking.

    The Holy Spirit does seem to be a very neglected element in most Christian circles, which is kind of distressing, since I’ve noticed from personal experience that tis the Spirit that does the most guidance and it the voice of the Spirit that comes to me in a still, small voice at times when I am feeling depressed for example. He even has a special name for me. 🙂 😀

    Also, since I am an inquisitive person, I do have one question: by “modern church” do you mean the church in general or specific ones or is this more rather an undercurrent of thought? If so, that is troubling for Christianity in general…

    Quote: “I testify one common them from the above verses which aren’t mention within modern Church circles- faith and then following. We must follow to remain in the faith; for without the faith, we are not saved. And without the following, we do not have The Holy Spirit within us lest we
    repent- and he is the key to our redemption and salvation! God’s way isn’t an easy ticket to heaven, far from it! It is a way of continual repentance, and following God until the end of days;”

    That is true! I have read accounts of how the modern-day church is diluting the message by making it a focus all about self-esteem and other self-help issues, but that’s false! I know myself how *hard* it is to follow at times, but it’s true – unless one denies oneself and follows the Spirit, repenting continually (which is what we are called to do!) there is no real relationship since the Spirit is so integral to relationship with Christ and the Father, but so often forgotten, it’s not very surprising then I suppose why troubles are afflicting the church today because Christians are forgetting the Holy Spirit and His work in their lives and thus not Spirit-led. And many of the great Christians, such as Corrie Ten Boom (have you heard of her?) lived their lives by following the Spirit’s guidance. How unlike many of us today!

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  3. trevfrancis says:

    Good article, though I would challenge one of your interpretations 🙂

    Whilst I agree that not enough emphasis is placed upon following Christ as well as just believing in Him, I do not feel that both are required for salvation. After all, the criminal on the cross did not make any lofty profession of faith, nor had He lived a good life, but merely said ‘remember me when you go into your kingdom’, and Jesus’ words leave us in no doubt that he is in heaven.

    Further, Paul in Romans 5 (and several other places that, in my slightly compromised state, I cannot recall where) says that we have salvation through faith alone. But the best biblical passage I feel needs to be mentioned is 1 Corinthians 3:10-15; all of our lives will be tested with fire. If our lives have not been for Christ, all that we have done will burn up. But the person is still saved, if only by the skin of his teeth (or, as Paul puts it, ‘as through a fire’). So, whilst I agree that living for Christ on this earth is the best thing we can do, and if we believe him then we ought to live according to his word, I cannot agree with you that those who believe yet live unchristlike lives wont be saved, since the bible in 1 Corinthians argues that they will, even if they have little or nothing to show for it.

    All the same, good article! Thanks for posting it, had to think about my position on all of this, for which I cannot thank you enough 🙂

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  5. Tawny- sorry if I don’t reply to comments often! But I definitely agree with you that The Holy Spirit is prettty important for us to live by faith!

    By the modern church, what I mean is the Church as a whole of today- with its many flaws and blemishes; triumphs and failures. I do not mean when I say the Church as just a local entity, but I mean the Church as a whole who holds basic Christian doctrines.

    Trev- I think my point is being missed here- I never said that works for salvation. What I said was that salvation was a continuous process within our hearts, minds and very souls. If The Holy Spirit is fighting for our very lives and souls to be righteous, then how can we look upon the Church that is surrounding us? Surely there is a huge problem and issue here.

    And what I don’t mean is replacing old theology and doctrine with some ‘new thing’. What I am saying is that it is very dangerous for people to assume they are saved if they haven’t really accepted this salvation into their very hearts. Sure, alot of people profess faith and turn to Christ; but does that mean that they are actually saved? As the problem with living with other beings in unity is, we don’t really know if the repentant in Christ truly are- is this Christ like nature ever shining through them? Sure, they can say that they are used for good things through The Holy Spirit, but The Holy Spirit can use anybody if he must; he even used Saul!

    I think the problem with the Church today is reflected on their very hearts; how many people within the West put their God before their very lives? How many go home on a monday, pretending to genuinely confess that Jesus is Christ and then going to bad mouth and slander people the very next day?

    I am not saying that we become instantly perfect; far from it. But what I’m saying, what I’m genuinelly saying, is how many people follow The LORD and mean it? How many people- if given a choice of them dying or rejecting The Christ; would then choose dying? I know it may sound harsh, but I think the answer to these questions are ‘not many’ and ‘my life means too much to me to care’; they might as well be of The World, because they are!

    The problem is as well, that these people may not know or not about this- they may assume that they are saved and get on with their lives. They might assume, in some strange way, that just because they had a ‘spiritual experience’ relating to it, then they are truly saved? Don’t they really know that The Devil is extraordinarily good at deceiving? If I was told that I was going to be fine the entire time, then I would assume after a while that I would be. But, I think some people in their hearts secretely decide against the message that lives in their minds; never genuinely dealing and repenting to Christ. If it isn’t deeply rooted within our hearts, then it was never really planted in the first place! We need to be aware and careful of this, as some may even be deceived of themselves- thinking that they are saved when they are truly not. I think we may be coming from the same school of thought here, but I am just plain worried about some of The Church at the moment; let alone the World that it lives in!


    • trevfrancis says:

      Ah I see what you mean now, thank you for clarifying!

      I agree with you entirely; there is a real problem across the board in the Church today, especially – I would say – in the more charismatic parts of evangelicalism especially. The culture in more than a few churches is one geared towards believing and getting people to believe, but not really towards true growth and discipleship. A W Tozer lamented of his era that “There are a great many excellent bible teachers and a great knowledge of the bible, but little to nothing in the realms of the Spirit.”

      Today I would argue that the inverse is the case in a lot of places

  6. Yeah- I think we’re on the same page right now!

    I feel that this time is a worrying time, lest people within the Church repent and do something about this time, then we might suffer at the hands of Satan- because we have let too mch falsehood in; and little to nobody is pulling the veil away for what it really is.

    There are so many ‘mirale rallies’ or ‘prayer marches’ or ‘holy places’ that we forget to rely on the one true God for all the powers in the world that we need right here and right now; not from ourselves (many people’s idols of today is themselves- for they always put themselves first, and must not!)

    I think people should read Chapters 2 and 3 of Revelation alot more as direct messages to the churches, and addressing the Church as a whole. I think we should be more prone especially to studying the letters of Thytaria, Laedociea, Philedalphia and Sardis in that order! I think these four letters would be extremely useful to the churches of these modern days; and it is surprising, maybe even slightly shocking, of how relevant and true what Jesus is saying us even today- goes straight to the heart, and has a universal message for all.


    • tawnymartin says:

      This is proving to be a *very* interesting discussion! It appears that The Church has a lot of work cut out for her, and the whole discussion on “Sunday Christians/Monday-Saturday pagans” is very relevant, it’s something that I think is far too common for the Church in America unfortunately, because for most Americans I think their relationship with Christ is mainly for show, unfortunately. It doesn’t help either that in America (and probably other places) in Christian circles there’s this dichotomy of thought that separates “secular” and “sacred” and some things – such as reading the bible, going to church, et al, are considered “sacred” whilst common everyday life things such as cleaning, cooking, reading, working with one’s hands are designated as “secular” which is a dichotomy that wasn’t present in Hebrew thought where “work” and “worship” are the same word *avodah* (Assumptions that Affect Our Lives, 1996 – great book, I highly recommend it!) Sadly, I don’t think that belief is held by most of the Church today… everyone prefers to have everything sectioned off into their own little boxes for ‘religious’ or ‘secular’ and never the twain shall meet.

      This is a very troubling thought if one considers it… if means we as the Church haven’t been doing a good job in presenting ourselves as Christ’s Bride to the world at all….


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