"And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must be saved." (Acts 4:12)
Ever since man was born, he fancies a feather will saw off his chains. If the feather blows away, then he hopes in a twig. When the twig breaks, he trusts in a mushroom. Then when someone hands him the key, he tosses it away because he didn't find it himself.
Salvation only resides in God and only through Christ's sacrifice. We can imagine as many saviors as we want—but they will not save us. Nothing we have done, are doing, or will do can save us. Good deeds are wonderful and so are cupcakes but neither are very helpful at unlocking a bolted door. Good works are the assurance of salvation, but never the source. Let us cling to the golden key, remembering it is our only hope for redemption.
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