Salvation is a divine work of God; He rescues man from eternal death brought about by sin. In salvation, He exchanges man's sin for his grace giving the believer eternal life. Salvation is the reason Jesus died and the reason he established the church. Salvation is more about the work of God than the efforts of man. The origin of the word salvation brings the idea of a person being delivered, saved, preserved, healed, and experiencing a sound of life. If a person were drowning in water and a rescuer comes along and pulls them out of the water, that is deliverance in action. Our sins sentenced us to death, but Jesus endured our place of execution on the cross. Salvation packs many benefits, eternal life being the greatest. Yes, salvation means we will spend eternity with God. Once you receive Christ as your Savior, the advantages and blessings of the new covenant belong to you. The greatest earthly blessing of salvation is the presence the Holy Spirit. This personal relationship is how the Christian survives and navigates through life. This incredible workbook book will walk you through the theology and practical understanding of salvation.