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Faith to be Saved -- What
Does it Mean?
Saving faith as defined by the Webster's 1828 Unabridged
4. Evangelical, justifying,
or saving faith, is the assent of the mind to the truth of divine revelation, on
the authority of God's testimony, accompanied with a cordial assent of the will
or approbation of the heart; an entire confidence or trust in God's character
and declarations, and in the character and doctrines of Christ, with an
unreserved surrender of the will to his guidance, and dependence on his merits
for salvation. In other words, that firm belief of God's testimony, and of the
truth of the gospel, which influences the will, and leads to an entire reliance
on Christ for salvation.
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