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How Am I To Be Saved?
(25 Pack)
[BTP-042-L]

by Bible Truth Publishers

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How am I to be saved?" I will tell you; scripture will tell you - that is better. Take the illustration Christ used to Nicodemus; you could not have a better. He took him to the remedy: "As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wil­derness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up: that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have eternal life." (John 3v14-15.) Now, there is the remedy. How am I to be saved? By looking to Christ; just by looking. You might say the whole plan of salvation is in two words - giving; receiving. God gives; I receive. I remember, after one of the terrible battles in the American Civil War, I was in the army tending soldiers. I had just laid down one night, past midnight, to get a little rest, when a man came and told me that a wounded soldier wanted to see me. I went to the dying man. "I wish you to help me to die," he said. "I would help you to die if I could," I said. "I would take you on my shoulders and carry you into the kingdom of God if I could; but I can­not. I can tell you of One that can." So I told him of Christ who was willing to save him and how Christ left heaven and came into the world to seek and to save that which was lost. I just quoted promise after promise, but all was dark, and it almost seemed as if the shades of eternal death were gathering around his soul. I could not leave him, and at last I thought of the third chapter of John, and I said to him: "Look here, I am going to read to you now a conversation that Christ had with a man that went to Him when he was in your state of mind." I just read that conversation to the dying man, and he lay there with his eyes riv­eted upon me, and every word seemed to be going home to his heart, which was open to receive the truth. When I came to the verse where it says: "As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up: that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have eternal life," the dying man cried, "Stop, sir; is that there?" "Yes, it is all here." Then he said, "Won't you please read it to me again?" I read it the second time. The dying man brought his hands together, and he said, "Bless God for that. Won't you please read it to me again?" I read through the whole chapter, but long before the end of it he had closed his eyes. He seemed to lose all interest in the rest of the chapter, and when I got through it his arms were folded on his breast; he had a sweet smile on his face, and remorse and despair had fled away. His lips were quivering, and I leaned over him, and heard him faintly whisper with his dying lips, "As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up: that whosoever believeth in Him should not per­ish but have eternal life." He opened his eyes, and fixed his calm, deathly look on me, and he said, "Oh, that is enough; that is all I want!" He pillowed his dying head upon the truth of these two verses, and in a few hours, he was in the presence of his Saviour. May God help every lost one to "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world." (John 1v29.)

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