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What are some things that happen to the believer when he trusts Christ? I.e. what are the benefits of salvation?



    
    

Clarify Share Report Asked October 22 2019 Mini Jack Gutknecht

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Mini Tim Maas Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army
These are the benefits that occur most readily to me, in no particular order, and although far from being a complete list (if such a list is even possible):

spiritual rebirth / being born again

forgiveness of sin / being declared righteous / justification

deliverance from sin / breaking of sin's grip or control

possession of eternal life

indwelling by the Holy Spirit

reconciliation to God

access to God

freedom from the Law as a means of justification

adoption as God's children and co-heirs with Christ

ability to please God through righteous actions, in contrast to those actions being "filthy rags" in God's sight

becoming a citizen of heaven

both spiritual and temporal blessings

being under grace instead of continuing judgment

having enduring inner peace

strength/comfort/consolation in the face of earthly trials, both through God's activity in this life, and as a result of having an eternal perspective (that is, that this life is not "all there is")

intercession on our behalf by the Holy Spirit

gifts of the Holy Spirit

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Mini Jack Gutknecht ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church
1.	The Believer Is in the Eternal Plan of God.

Rom 8:29, 30 

2.	Redeemed

Rom 3:24; 8:23 

3.	Reconciled

II Cor. 5:18-20 

4.	Related to God Through Propitiation

Rom 3:24; 1 John 2:2 

5.	Forgiven All Trespasses

Col. 2:13 

6.	Sin Capacity Co-crucified with Christ

Rom. 6:1-10; Gal. 2:20 

7.	Free from the Law

Rom. 6:14; 8:1-4; Gal. 5:1-4 

8.	Children of God

John 3:3, 7. 

9.	Adopted as a “Son”

Gal. 3:26-4:7; Eph 1:4, 5 

10.	Acceptable to God by Jesus Christ

The Christian is joined to Christ. He, therefore, partakes of all that Christ is. There is imparted to him eternal life (John 20:31); imputed righteousness (II Cor. 5:21); positional sanctification (I Cor. 1:30); perfected forever (Heb. 10:4); made accepted in the beloved one (Eph. 1:6); and made meet (fit) (Col. 1:12). 

11.	Justified
Rom. 4; 5:1. 

12.	Made Nigh. Eph. 2:13 

13.	Delivered from the Power of Darkness

Col. 1:13; II Cor. 4:3, 4 

14.	Translated into the Kingdom of the Son of His Love

Col. 1:13; I Thess. 2:12. 

15.	On the Rock, Christ Jesus

I Cor. 3:9-15; Matt. 7:24-27. 

16.	Circumcised in Christ

Eph. 2:17; Col. 2:11. 

17.	Partakers of a Holy and Royal Priesthood

I Pet. 2:5, 9; Rev. 1:6 

18.	A Chosen Generation, A Holy Nation, A Peculiar People

I Pet. 2:9 

19.	Heavenly Citizens

Phil. 3:20; Eph. 2:19 

20.	Of the Family and Household of God

Eph. 2:19; Gal. 6:10 

21.	In the Fellowship of the Saints

Eph. 4:1-3; John 17:11-23. 

22. A Heavenly Association 

The phrase, “the heavenly places”, is the believer’s inherent right of association with Christ. We are partners with Christ in: 
1) Life – Col. 1:27 
2) Position – Col. 3:1
3) Service – I Cor. 15:58
4) Suffering – I Pet. 4:12, 13; Phil. 1:29
5) Prayer – John 14:12-14
6) Marriage – Eph. 5:24-57
7) Expectation – Tit. 2:13; Heb. 10:13 

22.	Having Access to God

We have access:
1) Into His grace. The believer is not only saved by Grace, but he stands in grace, Rom 5:2
2) Unto the Father. Eph. 2:18 
3) In reassuring. The believer is urged to come with confidence. Heb. 4:16; 10:10-20 

23.	Within the Much More Care of God

Rom 5:8-10; Eph. 2:7-9 

24.	His Inheritance

Eph. 1:6, 18 

25.	The Inheritance of the Saints

Eph. 1:14; Col. 3:24; I Pet. 1:4; Heb. 9:15. 

26.	Light in the Lord. Eph. 5:8. 

27.	Vitally United to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit

It is said that
1) The believer is in God, the Father. I Thess. 1:1
2) God, the Father, is in the believer. Eph. 4:6
3) The believer is in the Son. Rom 8:1
4) The Son is in the believer. John 14:20
5) The believer is in the Spirit. Rom. 8:9
6) The Spirit is in the believer. I Cor. 2:12 Note the word “in” in each case. 

28.	Blessed with the Earnest or First-Fruits of the Spirit

The child of God has some down payments which bind with certainty the larger gifts of heavenly glory. Eph. 1:14; Rom. 8:23. There are five:
1) Born of the Spirit. John 3:6
2) Baptism by the Spirit. I Cor. 12:13
3) Indwelt by the Spirit. Rom. 5:5; 8:9
4) Sealed by the Spirit. Eph. 4:30
5) Filled with the Spirit. Eph. 5:18 

29.	Glorified

Rom. 4:17; 8:18; Col. 3:4; Rom. 8:30. 

30.	Complete in Him

Col. 2:9-10. 

31.	Possessing Every Spiritual Blessing


All of the preceding 31 points are to be included in the sweeping term, “all spiritual blessing”, Eph. 1:3.

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