Please Explain “Salvation”

Please Explain “Salvation”

Dear Wisdom,

Please explain what is meant by “salvation”.

“See, now is the acceptable time; see, now is the day of salvation!” 2 Corinthians 6:2

Paul wrote these words, probably from a prison cell, which is where he spent much of his wandering preaching adulthood. Since these words were stated over 2000 years ago, many billions of people have died with regrets overwhelming their dreams and accomplishments. Please explain the meaning of salvation in Scripture and how it applies to our daily lives today. Thank YOU!

Care to comment, Wisdom? 


In Jesus time, salvation meant to save. Through Jesus, one was saved. There was fear about death and the synagogues preached a gloomy outlook of what happened to people after they die. Since no one came back to refute these claims, the churches would “allow” rich people to buy their way to secure a place.  Anyway they could imagine an ideal setting. It was the wealthy who could predict their future.

Jesus preached a different message. His message was that anyone, no matter what station they were in life, could have a secure place in heaven. He taught about God that loves the people, and it was one’s faith that opened the doors to heaven.

Trying to explain the Christ Within and the resurrection would lead to confusion, so Jesus preached at their level of comprehension. This is why Jesus referred to God as their Abba, or their Daddy. He tried to take the fear out of believing in the spiritual realm and teach about love. Everyone else was teaching about hate.

*The message Jesus taught and lived was about God’s essence of Love.

*Love, not hate, is one’s salvation. 

            Thank you so much, Wisdom, with love.           

            You’re welcome our little straw.

A straw controls the amount of fluid one takes in.

*Like a straw, a person takes in the amount of God the vibration level can absorb without being overly loaded.

Let love be the compass for life and always point in that direction. This is not conditional love but God’s love. There will be times when you get lost but find the way back with the directions that always end up home.

*The thought of love being the answer appears so simple, but it is the hardest emotion to master.