I Was Saved & Am Being Saved – Present Tense

Christians experience salvation in this life in both a past and present sense, and we anticipate salvation in a future sense. Christians have been saved from the penalty of our sins; we are currently being saved from the power of sin; and one day, when God’s plan of salvation is completed and we are with Christ, we shall be like Him, and we shall be saved even from the very presence of sin.

– “God’s Plan of Salvation” (ESV Study Bible), Crossway

I was saved and am being saved – present tense / and will be saved from the deadly pestilence.

– “My Portion” (Shai Linne)

Hallelujah and amen.

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