Salvation in a sentence

Definition of Salvation

(rare) To save, in the religious sense; to bring to salvation. | (religion) The process of being saved, the state of having been saved (from hell). | The process of being restored or made new for the purpose of becoming saved; the process of being rid of the old poor quality conditions and becoming improved.

Short Example Sentence for Salvation

  • 1. It was the salvation of me.
  • 2. They are the salvation of the present rulers.
  • 3. God desires the salvation of all men.
  • 4. Hence he really did not design the salvation of all men.
  • 5. The salvation preached was fitted for all men.
  • 6. It was her salvation, the salvation of the situation.
  • 7. One was formerly a major in the Salvation Army.
  • 8. Our salvation "is not of the law," but "by grace" or favor.
  • 9. Section I. God desires the salvation of all men.
  • 10. Seeks The Salvation of All Men.
  • 11. And Seeks The Salvation of All Men.
  • 12. Your salvation lies in the opposite direction from where flags are waving.
  • 13. It is, as the last extract shows, the state of salvation in Buddhism.
  • 14. A ruler's every act and word may mean the ruin or the salvation of thousands.
  • 15. The Salvation Army's poor-relief system was almost without an excuse.

How to use Salvation in a Sentence?

  • 1. Never would they have this indispensable means of salvation brought within easier reach.
  • 2. The theory of salvation by merit is the most disastrous risk that the human heart can take.
  • 3. While still essentially monastic, it offers salvation and a way of life to all.
  • 4. In other words, if he really and sincerely seeks the salvation of all, why are not all saved?
  • 5. For now was at hand, according to him, the day of his salvation and the accepted time.
  • 6. That is, seven and a half yards, so that salvation was not hoped for from hills or mountains.
  • 7. He says he won't come and see me, and he ain't a preacher nor Salvation Army neither.
  • 8. All that there was to benefit from salvation was the relief that it brought to the saved, and those close to them.
  • 9. He had a good hemp hawser stretching between him and salvation and until he should be hauled off he had no intention of slipping that cable.
  • 10. Without religious worship all are agreed that there can be no salvation for man, no order in society.
  • 11. He also exhorted that every one should attend well to the salvation of his own soul and to that of his deceased and living friends.
  • 12. It conforms the heart to the gospel, mortifies its enmity and opposition against the scheme of salvation therein revealed.
  • 13. Indeed it is in the contemplation of a life of toil that he finds his honest philosophy of life: the gospel of salvation through work.
  • 14. The reason why theologians have concluded that God designs the salvation of only a part of mankind.
  • 15. Is he really sincere in the use of means for the salvation of all, since he permits so many to hold out in their rebellion and perish?
  • 16. No one, except those who place themselves beyond the possibility of salvation by their own evil deeds, is ever lost.
  • 17. Moses himself never conceived his mission to be what the Catholics declare it to be by their doctrine of salvation by faith plus works.
  • 18. I was not granted this gift, rooted in the purest philanthropy, and therefore capable of helping each individual to salvation in his own way.
  • 19. For we are so feeble and fickle that, if salvation depended upon us, not a person would be saved; the devil would overcome them all.
  • 20. I now launched into a long discourse upon salvation by faith, till I perceived that she was listening absently.
  • 21. And the priest of God sent the damsel unto her father, that she might bring him into his presence to receive the salvation of his soul.
  • 22. He completed the work on the 17th May, 1079, and ends the volume by asking the reader to pray for the salvation of his soul.
  • 23. We believe that God, in his infinite, overflowing goodness desires, and from all eternity has desired, the salvation of all men.
  • 24. For every one who teaches men to seek their salvation in any manner and to any degree in their own works serves not Christ, but Antichrist.
  • 25. The question is not whether the meeting shall have a political influence, but whether it is necessary to the salvation of the country that it shall have a political influence.