For some, the most important way to achieve salvation is through doing good works, such as giving to charity. However, other Christians focus on worship and faith. Some Christians believe that as well as having faith, people achieve salvation by following God's law, which is found in the Bible.
Salvation means being saved from sin, and Christians believe that salvation is essential to have a relationship with God while on earth, and to have eternal life with God in heaven after death. When people believe in Jesus they believe they receive God's grace which helps them lead a good Christian life.
Salvation is defined as being saved from or delivered from sin or harm. An example of salvation is when a priest converts you and you stop sinning and become a Christian. An example of salvation is when you get a job, which saves you from poverty.
The doctrine of “once saved, always saved” teaches that it is not possible for a child of God to sin in such a way that he will be lost. ... It is possible for a Christian to lose his faith and quit believing in God. The author of the book of Hebrews warned his readers against the sin of unbelief (Hebrews 3:12).