Every professing Christian knows that Christ is the Savior,
many of them know which the Savior shall save?
24D.1 Which is to be saved by the Savior according to the
In Ephesians 5:23, the following is stated:
For the husband is head of
the wife, as also Christ is head of the church; and He is the Savior of
the body. (Ephesians 5:23, NKJV)
The Bible says, "He is
the Savior of the Body". It is the body that Christ shall save.
One should take particular note that the Bible did not say that Christ is the
savior of the bodies. The Bible is very definite that Christ is the Savior
of the body. There is only one body to be saved by the
24D.2 Which is this one body to be saved by the Savior?
Colossians 1:18, states:
"And he is the head of the body, the church: . . . . . " (KJV)
The one body to be saved by Christ's is the
Church. Christ is the Savior of the body—the
Church. It should be noted again that the Bible did not say that
Christ is the head of the bodies. He is the head and Savior of one body -
- the only one Church.
24D.3 How else did the Bible show the necessity of the
True Church for salvation?
In Acts 2:47, the answer is stated:
praising God and having
favor with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily those who
were being saved.
It is to the Church — the True Church, where God adds people in order to be saved.
24D.4 Why is this necessary that God adds people to the Church in order to be saved? Is there salvation outside the
God judges those outside. "Drive out the wicked person from among you."
(1 Corinthians 5:13, RSV)
Outside the True Church is the judgment and condemnation of God. For
this reason, God adds people to the True Church
in order to be saved.
we know that Christ will save His Body and that
Body is the Church which is headed by Christ
Himself. This is the True Church—the True Church
of Christ. It is to the True Church where God adds people in order to be saved,
because outside of the True Church is the
judgment and condemnation of God. How members of the True Church will
be saved will to explained in subsequent