Why do people say we are sinners saved by grace after having been cleansed from sin?


Ephesians 2:8

KJV - 8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:

Clarify Share Report Asked December 07 2017 Mini Anonymous

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Mini Michael Stinnett

If we are just sinners saved by Grace, then what are we saved from? This would imply that JESUS' coming and dying were in vain! We therefore, are not sinners saved by Grace. Therefore if any man be in CHRIST, he is a new creation: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. (2 Corinthians 5:17)

September 20 2018 Report

Mini Calvin Banks

We have become what many have said we are; “sinners saved by grace.” The truth is for those that have truly confessed their faith in Christ, you are no longer sinners saved by grace but are saints saved by God’s amazing grace. Our judgment of another is usually based on our own limited life experiences and not on actual biblical facts. After new birth, our sins begin to decrease to the point of not committing any sins that have the power to separate us from God. I can only speak for myself, and after walking with Christ for 30 years I can truly say that I am saved, I am no longer a slave to sin__ no man can serve two masters!

October 28 2019 Report

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