Salvation Is Like Fresh Water - Rebuilding the Man
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Salvation Is Like Fresh Water

(Watch a 3-minute excerpt) We talked about sin and Christianity. What does it mean to be “saved”?

Jesse talked about confronting evil in people who have grown accustomed to being evil, including a rude flight attendant. Many young women are out of control, yelling at men and embarrassing them. Neither man nor woman has any right to disrespect one another in public.

We should let go of everything we’ve been taught about God, because we are tricked into following Satan’s interpretation. Salvation and life are like fresh water: When you dig a well, you dig out all of the dirt and mud and find fresh water. Similarly, God won’t let you into the kingdom of heaven until you forgive.

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