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Have you ever been asked by a stranger, “Are you saved?” Many Christians use this question as an opportunity to tell someone about Jesus. But a common response to that question might catch us off guard: “Saved from what?” Until this essential question can be answered, we won’t be able to make sense of Christ’s sacrifice or explain it to others.

In Saved from What?, Dr. R.C. Sproul reveals that the greatest danger we face is the holy wrath of God against our sin. But the glory of the gospel is that the One from whom we need to be saved is the very One who saves us. As we better understand the severity of our sin and the sufficiency of Christ’s atonement, the truth of God’s grace will deepen our worship and drive us to make his salvation known.

©2021 The R. C. Sproul Trust (P)2021 Reformation Trust

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  • 09-01-22

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Perfectly and beautifully explained. Narrator did a perfect job.
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  • TC
  • 19-06-21

saved by God, from God, for God!

Loved listening and following along in my paper back copy. Behold what manner of love the Father has bestowed on us. that we should be called children of God and invited to eat at His table, not as a visitor, but as an adopted heir.