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1Preservation or deliverance from harm, ruin, or loss.‘they try to sell it to us as economic salvation’
lifeline, preservation, conservation, means of escapeView synonyms
- ‘While individual mops and brooms can only go so far, despair may be growing about where to turn for the capital city's salvation.’
- ‘The more entrepreneurial found economic salvation in self-employment.’
- ‘In their seventh time around, De La Soul is concerned with hip-hop's salvation.’
- ‘In the mid-Nineties, with Argentina facing an economic crisis, Monsanto stepped in with an offer of salvation.’
- ‘The NDP platform is full of recommendations on how a green economy is our country's salvation.’
- ‘It is to be hoped that he can find salvation in the songs which have enthralled so many others, and that his remarkable story has the happy ending many feel he deserves.’
- ‘If mainstream comedy is to move away from its stagnant form, I feel it will find salvation in more absurd comedy.’
- ‘But now salvation is in sight for the village team due to the formation of a committee who plan to return football to Skelton at junior and senior levels.’
- ‘Whereas we still harbour reasonable hopes of ending 38 years of footballing hurt, English tennis seems beyond salvation.’
- ‘Can we somehow get ourselves to consume our way to economic salvation?’
- ‘What a disappointment for those who pin their hopes for political salvation on economic failure!’
- ‘Some countries turned to dictators like Hitler for economic and political salvation.’
- 1.1A source or means of being saved from harm, ruin, or loss.‘his only salvation was to outfly the enemy’
- ‘I was horrible at math - failing math all the time. My only salvation and my only release to feel good about myself was art.’
- ‘Luckily, a phone call to Tim's sister proved to be our salvation.’
- ‘Again, he points to the mobile phone as his salvation.’
- ‘Today she lives by herself and her salvation has been her painting.’
Deliverance from sin and its consequences, believed by Christians to be brought about by faith in Christ.
redemption, deliverance, saving, help, reclamationView synonyms
- ‘And those condemned to death can still find salvation before they die.’
- ‘Satan respects the power of the Blood and recognizes it as the source of your salvation.’
- ‘The Bible warns that those who don't trust in Christ for salvation will be separated from God for eternity in Hell.’
- ‘The brochure promises hell for heathens and salvation through Christ.’
- ‘Jesus came that we may have abundance; abundance of grace, peace, love, joy, life, and salvation.’
- ‘In this article I hope to show that with love and a Christlike heart we can reach young people with the gospel that brings salvation.’
- ‘We receive His Spirit by faith, even as we receive salvation by faith.’
- ‘We all know that Paul's letters emphasise salvation by grace through faith.’
- ‘There are many who believe in salvation by works, and not by faith alone in Christ alone.’
- ‘As for me, I am now come to the world to prepare the way for the messenger of God, who shall bring salvation to the world.’
- ‘But the full concept of salvation in the New Testament is deliverance from our present sins.’
- ‘Ultimately, we cannot be destroyed because in Christ our salvation is secure.’
- ‘It is unscriptural to think that salvation begins by Christ first coming into the sinful heart of a man.’
- ‘God's activity is hidden and salvation is accomplished through Christ's death.’
- ‘Christ died for sin, but His death brings no salvation from sin apart from faith.’
- ‘God is an unexplainable thought introduced into religious texts so that people would be good human beings as an exchange for salvation.’
- ‘The absolute necessity of faith for salvation is a constant theme in the writings of Paul.’
- ‘But we're not anti-Semitic because we say that Jesus is the only way to salvation.’
- ‘I am appealing to you, says God, why will you die when I offer you salvation in Jesus Christ.’
- ‘Thousands professed to have found salvation in Christ through Templeton's preaching.’
Middle English: from Old French salvacion, from ecclesiastical Latin salvation- (from salvare to save), translating Greek sōtēria.
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