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Summary: Ensuring that we have a solid foundation when it comes to a walk with the Lord Jesus Christ

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ATTENDING TO OUR SALVATION

Introduction

A. Text: Hb. 2:1-4.

B. The original recipients of Hebrews were in danger of falling away from the faith because they were failing to properly consider and value their salvation in Christ.

C. We cannot afford to take our salvation from sin for granted.

I. OUR CONFIDENCE IN THE GOSPEL RESTS ON A SOLID FOUNDATION

A. The gospel was announced by the Lord Himself. Cf. Jn. 14:25,26; Hb. 1:1,2.

B. The gospel was confirmed by eyewitnesses of the Lord. Cf. Lk. 1:1,2; 1 Jn. 1:1-4.

C. The gospel was further confirmed by God with miracles. Cf. Mk. 16:19,20; Jn. 20:30,31.

II. WE WILL NOT ESCAPE IF WE “NEGLECT” OUR SALVATION

A. Salvation is through the message preached - 1 Cor. 1:21.

B. If we ignore the message, we will forfeit salvation - Hb. 12:25.

C. “It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God” (Hb. 10:26-31).

III. WE MUST GIVE “EARNEST HEED” TO KEEP FROM DRIFTING AWAY

A. “Beware” is an important biblical word - Hb. 3:12.

B. “Diligence” is necessary if we are to be saved - 2 Pt. 1:10-12.

C. No one is exempt from the need for caution and carefulness - Ac. 20:28-31. Cf. Rom. 15:14,15; 1 Cor. 10:12.

Conclusion

A. There is a large “if” attached to our salvation in Christ. Cf. Hb. 3:6,14,15.

B. We must “continue in the faith, grounded and steadfast,...not moved away from the hope of the gospel” (Col. 1:21-23).


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