Keeping Your Salvation Fresh

“And Moses said unto the people, Remember this day, in which ye came out from Egypt, out of the house of bondage; for by strength of hand the LORD brought you out from this [place…” (Ex. 13:3)

The greatest day of anyone’s life is the day they were born again. Once you get saved, one of the greatest tasks you will have is to keep it fresh each day. You don’t ever want your salvation to become stale. Let me show you five ways you can keep your salvation fresh.

First—Remember the day you got saved.

In the verse above it says, “Remember this day…” Do you remember the day you got saved? You should regularly think back to the time when you accepted Christ as your Saviour and your life was changed.

Second—Remember where you came from.

Israel was delivered from Egypt and their bondage. They should have rejoiced in their deliverance. Likewise, you were delivered from the bondage of sin. If you are going to keep your salvation fresh, you need to remember what it was like before you got saved.

Third—Remember the blessings that salvation brought.

Israel received many blessings by being delivered, and you received many blessings by being born again. Remember everything God has done for you since you’ve been saved!

Fourth—Talk about your salvation to others.

In (v.8), God told Israel to tell their children about their deliverance. If you want to keep your salvation fresh, then tell others about your salvation experience.

Fifth—Sing about salvation.

In (Ex. 15:1), Moses sang a song of deliverance. It is important that you listen to the right music, because whatever music you listen to is the same music you will sing. Every time you hear a song on salvation, it should excite your soul.

Christian, salvation is the greatest thing that will happen to your life. Don’t let your salvation get stale; keep it fresh!

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