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Did Jesus Save Many People

Jesus went around healing the sick, casting out demons, raising the dead, how many of these folks truly got saved or born again?

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Salvation is a gift of God by grace and mercy. The person cannot refuse the grace of God. It is an action by God and with it comes life, the gifts of faith and conviction to the individual so he can see his sins and repent. No one rejects life while dead. Once a person is alive to Christ, and can see Christ and hear Christ, and has the Holy Spirit, that person will forever love Christ with all his heart and soul. The gospel comes with power, to the one's that are able to hear and understand God's Word.
---mark on 8/8/07


#2. The Lord Jesus has fully satisfied the justice of God for the individual who is saved by His perfect obedience and His once-for-all sacrifice which He offered up to God through the eternal Spirit. He has procured reconciliation, and has purchased an everlasting inheritance in the kingdom of heaven for all those whom the Father has given Him.
---mark on 8/8/07


#3. As to the question, only some were mentioned as if they had believed. The healing of the sick, castin out demons, raising the dead, was to demonstrate to others He was Christ the Lord, The Messiah, and so there would be no question to those that would believe, who He was, the others didn't believe so any demonstration meant nothing to them.
---mark on 8/8/07


I would think that everyone one of them had received the faith to believe he was who he claim to be, therefore my guess would be all. In His own home town He was hindered by the unbelief the of the people. Had these people been bound by that spirit of unbelief they themselves would not have been delivered, except of course those chosen for the display of the power of God. This of course is based solely on my belief that He accepts everyone who accepts HIm. "But whom say ye that I am?"
---joseph on 8/6/07


--- joseph's answer seems to be very positive and very correct.
---Mima on 1/15/07




Jack, as you know, salvation requires an exercise of faith, rejection represents a lack thereof. If they deny Him in the presence of men, He will deny them in the Fathers presence. Salvation is a gift to all who 'embrace' it & willing confesses Jesus as LORD. When the people walk away do they reject the gift & denounce Him? Or does the Father lead them to repentance? Your question can not be answered without knowing the mind of God & the heart of man. The previous answer was conjecture.
---joseph on 1/12/07


Jack your question to me seem to imply or rather inquire as to whether or I not I believe in OSAS. The answer is yes. No man can "get" saved, The Father must draw him to salvation. Once that is done he is in the Fathers' hands, he can not go back because he did not come, he can not go forward unless the Father takes Him. Salvation is of God not man. It is the Father who works in us both to "will" & to "do" His good pleasure. Without Him, man can not take his next breath.
---joseph on 1/12/07


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My understanding of the question, how many healed, raised from the dead, or had demons casted out of them were saved?**

Are people who WALK WITH JESUS NO MORE saved?
---Jack on 1/12/07


"According to John 6, most of the people who had seen His miracles, heard His teaching, and were even fed miraculously by Him turned away and WALKED WITH HIM NO MORE."

My understanding of the question, how many healed, raised from the dead, or had demons casted out of them were saved? As opposed to how many had seen or heard of His miracles. It was by faith that these people were made whole, either their faith or the faith of someone who loved them.
---joseph on 1/11/07


** I would think that everyone one of them had received the faith to believe he was who he claim to be, therefore my guess would be all.**

According to John 6, most of the people who had seen His miracles, heard His teaching, and were even fed miraculously by Him turned away and WALKED WITH HIM NO MORE.
---Jack on 1/10/07




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