Written by cycleguy on April 1st, 2020

I have said in the past, “I was saved by grace; I am being saved by grace; and in the end I will be saved by grace.” Paul put it this way: “This grace by which I stand.” (Rom.5:2)

You see, the whole idea of salvation relates to the past, the present, and the future. Using what I said earlier, I could say, “I have been saved; I am being saved; I will be saved.”

Take the death of Jesus. His death saved; His death saves; His death will save. He paid for all sins of the past. He paid for all sins today so I can know I am saved and secure in His grace. He paid for me to know my future home is waiting, kept in heaven for me. 

I’m rejoicing this Easter season that even though there is a quarantine (2020) that will keep us from meeting publicly as a body, nothing can damper the promise of forgiveness of sin-past, present, and future. His shed blood is a stamp guaranteeing eternity for me. And it can be for you as well.


6 Comments so far ↓

  1. Ryan S says:

    Past, Present, Future…
    I am forgiven!

  2. The Lord who was, who is, and who is to come saved me, is saving me, will save me in the future. What love and grace that is, Bill!

  3. cycleguy says:

    From Betty: I like the way you stated you assurance of salvation through grace…I was saved, I am being saved, and I will be saved. Great message brother.

  4. floyd says:

    Thanks for the inspiring post, Bill.

    The power of God can’t be dampened by anything in His creation. Not being alone nor the “beast”, that could be the instant information that is in the heart and hand of all of us.