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Can I have the assurance of my salvation?

Our assurance of salvation

Jesus has given us many precious promises in His Word. The Bible says that claiming these promises by faith makes us partakers of the divine nature, 2 Peter 1:4. We can have the assurance of salvation as we trust God and the promises found in His word.

Remember John 10:28 which says, “And I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand.”

The following is a list of 20 blessed promises about our salvation. This is only a small portion of what the Bible says about our assurance of salvation.


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  1. He will keep you from falling — Jude 1:24
  2. Judgment will be given to (or in favor of) the saints — Daniel 7:22
  3. He leads you in paths of righteousness — Psalms 23:3
  4. He gives you victory now — 1 Corinthians 15:57
  5. He who started a good work in you will complete it — Philippians 1:6
  6. Jesus is your attorney — 1 John 2:1
  7. The Father also loves you — John 15:27
  8. He promises forgiveness and cleansing from sin daily — 1 John 1:9
  9. He forgets your sin and iniquity — Hebrews 8:12
  10. Jesus assures you and asks that you be bold — Hebrews 10:19-22
  11. Jesus promises to confess you before angels — Revelation 3:5
  12. Overcoming is promised by Jesus’ blood — Revelation 12:11
  13. Jesus offers you the wedding garment, (His righteousness) free — Matthew 22:11
  14. No one can take you out of Jesus’ hands — John 10:29
  15. If you believe in Jesus you cannot be condemned — John 5:24
  16. Jesus always causes you to triumph — 2 Corinthians 2:14
  17. Jesus does the miracle-working needed in us — Romans 8:3, 4
  18. With Jesus, everything is possible to us — Mark 10:27
  19. Jesus promises to take our worries — 1 Peter 5:7
  20. If I am willing to follow Jesus, He accepts me as I am — 2 Corinthians 8:12

It is wonderful news that Jesus keeps His Word, Titus 1:2. When He makes a promise, He keeps it. Jesus promises assurance. Accept it and it is yours.