The Plan of Salvation and the Churches of Christ

Church of christ

The Plan of Salvation and the Churches of Christ

The Plan of Salvation and the Churches of Christ

https://soulfullsisters.com/programs/speech-for-sale/77/ decorated writing paper duree efficacite du viagra four lines english writing paper cialis cialis viagra here https://www.xpcc.com/the-best-essay-writing-company/ forensic psychology research paper topics home depot paper viagra over the counter uk proofreading jobs nyc forensic case studies http://www.wellchild.org/levitra-10mg-v/ source site generic viagra or cialis https://awesomeamsterdam.com/case-presentation/ p cialis online canada paypal https://ml4t.org/blog/interview-essay-examples/99/ where to buy viagra in boston 157 source site comparative essay outline https://www.dimensionsdance.org/pack/4195-buying-generic-viagra-without-prescription.html source link ethnography paper viagra age 22 follow link follow link https://eileenandersonrealtor.com/cia-viagra-afghanistan-8118/ does cialis lose potency over time With Particular Emphasis

on the so-called “Steps of Salvation”

Richard Hollerman

(This article was written years ago but there are aspects of it that are still relevant for the 21st Century.)

The question of salvation from sin should be one that captures the attention of everyone. If we are aware that we stand before our holy God as guilty and condemned, we should desperately want to know how we can escape God’s coming wrath! This should be an issue that fills our mind and heart until we can discover God’s truth and then we should run to Him for mercy so that we will be able to rid ourselves of sin’s guilt. Although some people vainly deny sin and reject the idea that they need God’s grace, most people have at least some sense of their spiritual need.

There are many thousands of different denominations, churches, sects, and cults in today’s world that assume they have the answer to the question of how to be saved from sin. They have formulated their answers and often written them in their denominational confessions of faith, thus they feel spiritually secure. Sadly, the answers on what one must do to be saved are varied. Some churches contend for one answer, while other churches seek to defend a different answer. Many of these answers are diametrically opposed to the others.

church of christ

The Plan of Salvation and the Churches of Christ

Alexander Campbell

The American Restoration Movement arose about 200 years ago in the Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia (West Virginia), and Kentucky regions of the infant United States of America. Through the efforts of Thomas and Alexander Campbell, Barton W. Stone, Walter Scott, and other devoted and capable men, people in different denominations chose to leave their religious backgrounds and initiate a movement to restore the “New Testament order of things.” This included proper beliefs and practices that they believed represented the way of Christ and the apostles, as taught and practiced in the first century but lost shortly after the New Testament period, and especially after the time of Constantine and continuing during the apostasy of the middle ages.

Barton W. Stone

The Plan of Salvation and the Churches of Christ

Barton W. Stone

From this beginning two centuries ago, three general groups emerged. The left or most liberal branch is known today as the Disciples of Christ denomination (sometimes called the Christian Church), and this organization has departed from virtually all of the foundation principles of literal obedience to the Word of God. The centrist branch is also generally known as the Christian Church (although sometimes it takes the label, The Church of Christ). The right or conservative branch is always known as the Church of Christ. This branch generally has more respect for the teachings of the Bible. Within this branch, there are five or six main groups, with about a dozen smaller ones. These groups range from liberal to very conservative. Congregations may range from 5,000 members down to less than a dozen members.

The conservative branch, known as the Church of Christ, teaches what they like to call “the Plan of Salvation.” This is a term that can be applied to everything related to salvation—including God’s plan to save us from sin through Jesus Christ but also including what man must do to respond to God for forgiveness of sin. In many or even most of these congregations, the so-called “Plan of Salvation” has come especially to mean what we must do to be saved, with particular emphasis on baptism into Christ.

Since this matter of the “Plan of Salvation” is so utterly crucial in our own salvation and acceptance by God into His eternal presence, it is important that we devote a study on how the Church of Christ views this salvation theme. What is true salvation and how do we respond to God in Christ? Does the Church of Christ understand God’s way of salvation or is there a serious lack of comprehension on the matter of salvation itself? If there is a lack, how is this defect demonstrated? Let’s study this matter with the desire and prayer that God will open all of our hearts to better understand this blessed theme of the Word of God—for our own benefit as well as the benefit of all members of the “Church of Christ.”

The Source of our Salvation

God’s amazing plan of salvation was conceived prior to creation. Before the stars graced the sky, before the earth was formed, before man was made in God’s image, our infinitely wise and loving Creator purposed to save lost and sinful humanity through His beloved Son. (cf. Ephesians 1:9-12; 3:8-11; 1 Peter 1:20-21; Revelation 13:8; John 1:1-5). This plan finds its center and fulfillment in the Lord Jesus Christ. At the proper time God sent His Son, that through Him we might be redeemed and delivered from this present evil age “according to the will of our God and Father” (Galatians 4:4-5; 1:4).

God is clearly revealed as the source of our salvation. The psalmists continually cried out, “Salvation belongs to the LORD” (Psalm 3:8). They repeatedly wrote of “the God of our salvation” (Psalms 65:5; 79:9; 85:4). But it is in the new covenant writings that salvation particularly takes on spiritual dimensions and is related to both God the Father and Christ Jesus our Lord. Paul often refers to “God our Savior” (Titus 1:3; 2:10; 3:4) and “Christ Jesus our Savior” (Titus 1:4; cf. 2:13; 3:6). John saw a great multitude before the heavenly throne shouting, “Salvation to our God who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb” (Revelation 7:10).

The truth that God is the source of salvation is nicely summed up by Paul in these significant words: “God . . . has saved us, and called us with a holy calling, not according to our works, but according to His own purpose and grace which was granted us in Christ Jesus from all eternity, but now has been revealed by the appearing of our Savior Christ Jesus” (2 Timothy 1:8b-10a). From this we observe that God is the source of our salvation and He saves through His Son, Christ Jesus—who Himself is also said to save (1 Timothy 1:15).

The Basis of Salvation

Our salvation is particularly related to the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. It was by His death for us and for our sin, that Christ provided the basis of justification (being accepted as righteous by God) and reconciliation (united with God), demonstrated the immeasurable love of God, and will save us from the wrath and judgment to come (cf. Romans 3:24-25; 5:6-11). It was by His resurrection that Jesus was vindicated by God, declared to be His Son and Lord of all, was exalted to supremacy in heaven, and is the guarantee of our own resurrection (cf. Romans 1:4; 14:9; Philippians 2:9-11; 1 Corinthians 15:20-22; John 14:19).

Our Response to God in Christ

Salvation from sin, death and judgment is thus based upon God’s activity in Christ and is focused upon the historical events of Christ’s death and resurrection. God’s offer of great forgiveness is given to us in Christ and, conversely, our response to Him must be one focused upon Christ and what He has done on our behalf.

Those who are dead in sin are called upon to believe in the true and living God as revealed in Scripture, who sent His Son for our redemption (cf. John 5:24; 1 Peter 1:20-21; Acts 17:24-31). They must believe that Jesus, who came in the flesh, was and is God’s Son who was anointed by God to be King (i.e. “Christ”), who indeed is Lord of all and Savior of mankind (1 John 4:2; John 1:14; 3:16-18; 3:36; 20:30-31; Acts 16:30-31; Galatians 3:26). They must believe in the objective facts of the “gospel”—that Jesus truly did die and offer His blood for them and for their sins, and was raised in triumph over death (Romans 3:24-25; 4:24-25; 1 Corinthians 15:1-5).

They must cease trusting in themselves and their own achievements and righteousness, and transfer their trust in the God of grace for their eternal salvation, and right standing with Him (Romans 9:30-10:4; Luke 18:9; 2 Corinthians 1:9).

They must have a change of heart and mind regarding God and sin. They must determine to turn from all sin of which they are aware, from all that would displease their Creator, and purpose to live for Christ henceforth in absolute obedience to His will (cf. Acts 3:19; 17:30-31). They must “dethrone” self and confess that Jesus Himself is Lord, the very Son of God, and is worthy of all honor and devotion (Romans 10:9-13; cf. Philippians 2:9-11).

Upon the sinner’s repentance and in acknowledgment of his faith in Christ, the individual is called upon to be baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. In complete surrender of his will and in reliance upon the work of God through Christ, one must be buried with Christ in baptism, rising to walk in newness of life, with sins forgiven and indwelt by the Spirit of God (Romans 6:3-6; Acts 2:36-41; 8:35-39; 22:16; Colossians 2:12; Galatians 3:26-27).

It is evident that just as God is the origin and source of the universe, so He is the originator and focus of salvation. He planned and accomplished our redemption in His Son, Christ Jesus, and offers forgiveness to all who will turn from themselves to Him in penitent faith. Salvation is of the Lord our God! This is the “gospel” or “good news of . . . salvation” to which we must respond if we would be eternally blessed by our God (Ephesians 1:13-14).

Church of Christ 8

Deviations in the World Today

It should be obvious from the foregoing discussion that many today have misconceptions with reference to what God has done to save us. Many are confused about the basis or ground of salvation and the person of Christ. It is not our purpose at this time to explore further these vital themes. We might observe, however, that most people are just as confused regarding what one must do to be saved from the sin which causes every responsible person to come under God’s righteous judgment and will result in the failure of the vast majority to inherit eternal life.

These misconceptions plainly exist in the world at large. Most people on earth have neither heard and understood the gospel of salvation nor have they understood how one is to respond to it to be saved from sin. Beyond this, the majority of “religious” people and “church members” have likewise failed to comprehend the real significance of the gospel and what one must do to receive forgiveness. People can be faithful members of their respective churches, attend “services” each week, and be active in religious work, yet be entirely oblivious to God’s plan of salvation and how they can receive eternal life from Him.

church of christ (3)

Salvation as Taught by “Churches of Christ”

It is not our purpose to examine the widespread ignorance of the ways of God in “Christendom” in general. The broad stream of Protestantism and Catholicism is indeed lacking in many respects, particularly in this most vital area, but our focus here will be much more limited. We shall treat only that fellowship generally known in the religious world and among themselves as the “churches of Christ” (most would be applicable as well to that body commonly known as the “Christian Church”).[i] We will simply refer to the “church of Christ” or “the church” in quotes.[ii]

We will only examine the answer generally given by those within this fellowship to the question, “What must I do to be saved from sin?”[iii]

It is our belief that the answer commonly given to this question fails to do complete justice to Biblical teaching and practice. The “church of Christ” has developed a set form, a religious formula, that often, if not generally, overlooks the real significance of the gospel of Jesus Christ and represents an attempt to save oneself. We do not wish to overlook the bold and continued effort these churches have made to rightfully correct abuses they have seen in the denominational world (abuses, even false doctrine, that surely need correction). We do, however, have a sense of obligation to point out those elements which need further correction, those factors which overlook basic parts of the gospel, and those items which fail to reflect all the teaching of Scripture. We want to be helpful and constructive to the glory of God and for the benefit of those who perhaps think they are saved but have not in truth been rescued from the sin that condemns them (cf. Acts 23:1; Romans 10:3; Philippians 3:8-9).

I love these people who are associated with the groups known as “churches of Christ.” They are among the most upstanding people in the country. In many ways they are religiously conservative and are firm believers in the inspiration and authority of the Scriptures. Although in recent decades there has been a widespread decrease in zeal, devotion, separation from the world, and Biblical knowledge, at one time these were in great evidence. We might also observe that liberalism has made great advances into the Church, in large part because of the influence of “Christian” colleges and universities as well as influence from the religious world around them. This is indeed changing the landscape within the non-instrumental churches of the twenty-first century and moving the “right” wing of the Restoration Movement toward the center, where the instrumental Christian Church has been for some years.

Some may wonder why I personally should review these matters. I first became associated with this Church many years ago and was a part of several congregations. I attended three colleges sponsored by the membership and have been on five or six other campuses. (I might add here that, although these institutions are labeled “Christian,” I have found very much associated with them and their campuses unworthy of the designation. There is widespread worldliness in these contexts just as there is in the religious world at large)

I have probably visited a hundred or more different congregations from New England to California, from Washington to Florida, and particularly those in the Southern “Bible Belt.” I have spoken from several of their pulpits. I have sought out and visited not only the common, main line congregations, but also various of the smaller factions.[iv] Over the years I have read scores of books and subscribed to numerous periodicals written by members. I only record these items to indicate that I am thoroughly familiar with the history, background, doctrine, organization, practice, and preaching of those about whom I write.

There is one matter that must be added at this point. Much that I will write here pertains to the traditional views of the churches in the past decades. We acknowledge that in more recent years, there has been a clearer understanding of God’s grace, of Christ’s good news of salvation, and of the basis of our redemption. I’ve observed that more are articulating the truths of the gospel in a more balanced and wholesome way. We can rejoice in this! At the same time, we have been dismayed to notice that many of these newer and more Christ-centered congregations are falling into deep worldliness and extensive institutionalism, so much so that there is little difference between the members and those of the denominational world around them! God not only wants a proper emphasis on His part of salvation and of human response, but He also wants changed lives as a result!

Church of Christ 5

The “Plan of Salvation”?

Let us now focus on the main subject of this discussion: the response for salvation demanded by these churches. Before proceeding further it is interesting to note that many members use the term “Plan of Salvation” to refer to what man does to be forgiven, or the so-called “conditions of salvation,” rather than God’s provision of salvation in Christ Jesus. This in itself is significant in revealing the man-centered emphasis generally held by the members. The stress is laid upon man’s activity rather than God’s saving work. Some seem to be convinced that the main relationship Jesus bears to this supposed “plan of salvation” is that He had the authority to “give the conditions of salvation ” by which man could be saved from sin.

We need to emphasize a point at this time which will have application to all we notice on the succeeding pages. Whatever a person does to be saved from sin must have a direct relationship to what God has done in Christ for our salvation. We are not prepared to do anything unless we realize what Christ Jesus has done on our behalf to save us from sin, death and condemnation! This is why “Jesus Christ was publicly portrayed as crucified” in first century preaching (Galatians 2:1). This is the reason early proclaimers (or preachers) determined to “know nothing” except “Jesus Christ, and Him crucified” (1 Corinthians 2:1; cf. 1:18, 23-24; 3:11). Only when the sinner was impressed with Christ Jesus Himself and His saving, atoning work, was he prepared to respond to God to be saved!

Another revealing term used frequently among these churches is the “steps of salvation” which, according to their reckoning, number five: Hearing, Belief, Repentance, Confession, and Baptism. Let us examine these steps, noticing the meaning attached to each of them.

1. Hearing

The Church claims that one must first “hear” the gospel in order to be saved by it. This much is clearly true. Paul declared, “Whoever will call upon the name of the Lord will be saved” (Romans 10:13). He then asks, “How then shall they call upon Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him whom they have not heard?” (v.14a). He continues, “Faith comes from hearing, and hearing by the word of Christ” (verse 17). Hearing the gospel precedes believing it. Throughout the new covenant writings people did hear the message of the crucified and risen Lord and were thereby led to faith and salvation (cf. Acts 2:37; 4:4; 10:22, 23; 15:7; 16:14; 18:8; Ephesians 1:13; 1 Corinthians 15:1-2; 2 Timothy 4:17).

The crucial point here is that the content of the message which was heard related to Christ and the gospel (the good news of God’s grace and offer of salvation in Christ). Since faith was directed toward Christ and His saving work, this must be the substance of the message heard if a proper faith is to be the result. (The same is true concerning the message not “heard” but “read.” Faith in Christ is the expected result when He is the focus of the written message, as in John 20:30-31. Many have been led to faith in God and in Christ through the written message as well as the spoken word.)

However, we encounter a problem with “hearing” even among these churches. A sermon may be presented exposing the evils of some immoral practice, the lack of authority for instrumental music, the frequency of the Lord’s supper, the requirements of church organization, or the “marks of the one true church” (?), then an “invitation” is given to respond to the sermon and thus be saved.

The impression is given, and often believed, that when one “hears” such a sermon which may relate to some aspect of Biblical doctrine (this, in itself, may be questionable), that he has been exposed to the “gospel” and is thus prepared to understand and respond to God for salvation. Sometimes protracted “gospel meetings” are held, with the so-called “conditions of salvation” carefully spelled out, but the unsuspecting auditors never hear the “gospel” itself unless it be in passing reference. (Just here we could well ask whether this concept of preaching to outsiders should even be done in the context of a regular assembly of saints, unless it be in the sense mentioned at 1 Corinthians 14:24-25.)

We can see how misconstrued this first “step” of salvation truly is. As Paul would ask, “How shall they believe in Him whom they have not heard?” Unless people “hear” the gospel in either a private or public setting, they cannot respond to it. Unless people “hear” the good news of a crucified and risen Savior and “hear” the meaning of the saving events of the good news carefully delineated, they cannot be led to saving faith (1 Corinthians 1:23-24; 2:2; Galatians 3:1-2). They may be persuaded through hearing that their denominational affiliation is wrong, but they may not understand how they stand under God’s judgment because of their self-centered lives, materialism, corrupt character, and relegating God to a small compartment of their lives. They are not prepared to respond to the gospel until they “hear” that they are lost sinners, that God has sent Christ into the world to deal with the sin problem, and that He wants to save them and give them a new life.

Church of Christ 4

2. Belief or Faith

Continually, in sermons and on the printed page, “belief” is stressed as the second “step” of salvation. People are instructed to “believe that Jesus is the Son of God.” This is the major emphasis when it comes to faith. This plainly is a needed emphasis, but, as usually presented, it is also insufficient with regard to one’s response for salvation.

Faith has to do with the whole person, including his intellect, his emotions, and his will. This complete faith–one that saves—includes at least three aspects. Let us notice each one.

First, Biblical faith is related to the mind. It has an intellectual dimension. One must believe certain Biblical facts or propositions about God: that God exists (Hebrews 11:6), that He sent His beloved Son (John 5:24) and raised Him from the dead (Romans 4:24), and now justifies (accepts as righteous) the ungodly (Romans 4:5).

One must particularly believe as true certain facts about Jesus: that He is the Son of God (John 20:31); that He is the One anointed by God (the Messiah or Christ) (1 John 5:1); that He is Lord (Acts 2:36; 16:31; Romans 10:9-10) and Savior (cf. John 4:41-42; 1 John 4:14). Additionally, one must believe the factuality of the gospel (good news) of Christ: that He was sent by God (John 17:21), came in the flesh (1 John 4:2), died for our sins (John 3:14-16; 1 Corinthians 1:18, 21; 15:1-3), and was raised from the dead (Romans 10:9-10; 1 Corinthians 15:1-4, 17).

These facts are vital and must be the object of faith. Even here we should observe that the factual “belief” demanded by “churches of Christ” may fall short of a complete faith sometimes, for the basic demand is merely for a belief in Jesus’ Sonship. Granted, this is essential and basic, but, as just noted, intellectual belief of facts is more extensive and pertains in a special way to God’s saving activity in Christ. Christ could have been God’s Son, but if He had not died or if His death was not sacrificial or propitiatory, He would not be Savior. He had to be Sin-bearer as well as divine!

Furthermore, a mental faith relating to certain factual or historical matters is insufficient. The demons themselves believe “that God is one” but they are lost (James 2:19; cf. Matthew 8:28-29; Mark 3:11). Evil spirits believe (or know) that Jesus is the “holy One of God” (Mark 1:24), but they remain unsaved. People may believe certain things about God or Christ, but if it goes no further, they cannot be saved (cf. John 12:42-43; Acts 26:27). A mere intellectual, barren “faith” cannot avail (cf. James 2:14).

Secondly, there is what may be called an emotional element. (Even here the mind is involved in this aspect as well.) Faith must reach the depths of a person’s heart and inner being! This aspect of faith has to do with a confident trust and reliance upon the object of the faith. A man may believe that Dr. Jones is a physician and that he has been practicing for many years, but he may not trust him as a doctor or be willing to place himself in the doctor’s care.

The sinner must cease trusting in himself, in his own assumed righteousness or goodness, in his morality, or in his personal achievements. He must begin to trust in or rely wholly upon God through Christ for salvation. Luke refers to the Pharisees who “trusted in themselves that they were righteous” (Luke 18:9). We must not trust in ourselves and our capabilities to achieve our own salvation. Our trust must be transferred to the Lord Jesus who carried our sins to the cross (cf. Romans 9:30-10:4; Philippians 3:4-9).

The essence of faith is dependence. Upon what or whom do we depend? In our everyday lives, we depend on a chair to hold us up. We depend on tap water to be safe to drink. What or whom do we depend on for our spiritual security and eternal welfare? A sinner must transfer dependence and confidence from his own merits (realizing they count for nothing in regard to salvation), and recognize that the merit of salvation or ground of salvation is to be found in Christ alone! It is not through a man’s works or righteous acts that he is saved, but through the saving work of Christ on his behalf (Ephesians 2:8-9; Titus 3:5; Philippians 3:7-8).

Regretfully, this dimension of faith is seldom expounded and consequently frequently not experienced. People are content to “believe that” Jesus is the Son of God, but fail to “believe in” the Son of God. To believe “in,” “into,” or “upon” Christ Himself is placing our trust in Him to graciously accept us on the basis of His merits since we are entirely unworthy and helpless (cf. John 3:14-16; 6:29; 12:46; Romans 3:22; Acts 14:23).

Instead of trusting the all-sufficient sacrifice of Jesus in which He offered His blood for our redemption, too often people trust their understanding, their submission to the “five steps of salvation,” their “obedience to the gospel,” their submission to God’s plan, their act of baptism, or their membership in the “true church” on earth. The trust element is largely misplaced. The dependence is upon their personally having “obeyed” in conversion and in their daily life, rather than a dependence upon the achievement of God and the obedience of the Crucified Son (cf. Romans 5:18-21). Salvation is by atonement, not attainment; by believing, not achieving!

Faith must be seen as more than simply a “step” that leads to something greater. It is more than a motivation to obey. It definitely is this (cf. Hebrews 11:8, 17), but it is much more. It is a principle which focuses upon the One who is Himself Savior. If this facet of faith is missing, such a faith fails to receive the salvation promised to the believer.

Thirdly, faith, if it is a true Biblical kind, is related to the will. The will is surrendered. The whole person is submitted to God and seeks to please Him. The faith is so whole-hearted that the sinner yields his will to the object of his faith. This is why a genuine, saving faith will result in a life of good works. It is a faith that acts, that demonstrates itself, that is seen in overt activity (cf. James 2:14-26; Hebrews 11). This is not to say that godly activity or righteous works are included in the faith, but genuine faith that includes a surrendered will surely will work—or it proves to be inauthentic. “Faith, if it has no works, is dead, being by itself” (James 2:17).

Some in the religious fold emphasize the mental aspect of faith: the acceptance of Biblical truth. Others stress the emotional element: a trust in God to save through Christ. However, this third dimension is of great consequence and should receive like emphasis. Perhaps this is why the new covenant writings repeatedly refer to obedience: obedience from the heart, obedience to the faith, obedience to the good news, and obedience to Christ—all in the context of salvation (cf. Romans 6:17; Acts 6:7; Romans 10:16; Hebrews 5:9). Belief and obedience are occasionally even used interchangeably, indicating the comprehensive nature of faith (carefully compare Hebrews 3:18-19; John 3:36; Romans 11:20, 30; 1 Peter 2:7-8; Acts 14:1-2, margin; all from the NASB).

Faith, therefore, must be seen as a broad principle, including acceptance of facts as true, reliance upon God’s saving activity in Christ, and entire yielding of oneself to the Lord with the willingness to live a life of obedience. Regretfully, many on the rolls of the “churches of Christ” have neither had such a faith when they claim to have been saved, nor do they exercise such a faith presently, after they assume they have been saved. Quite often a limited, defective faith is demanded at the point of “conversion,” and such a faith continues to be the common, but deficient, experience of so many. We might well ask, “Can that faith save him? (cf. James 2:14).

A complete faith of the whole person, consisting of these several aspects, must not be considered as a condition having been arbitrarily chosen by God from many possible conditions. Faith is the natural response of a helpless sinner to a faithful God. Trust is the only reasonable attitude on the part of man when he is impressed with a God who is trustworthy. When God sets forth Christ as the one who bore our sin in His body, was raised from the dead to new life, and now is “exalted . . . as a Prince and a Savior,” faith is the expected, reasonable, and essential response (with all that this entails).

When Jesus is set forth as Lord of glory, having all authority in heaven and earth, the reasonable corresponding attitude is one of yielding our independence, utter submission of the will, and acknowledgment of our complete dependence upon Him. Thus, whatever response God may call upon us to make to be saved is directly related to Him, His character, and His saving actions, as well as the person and saving activity of His Son.

3. Repentance

This leads us to what the Church calls the “third step” of salvation. Among the fellowship known as the “Churches of Christ,” repentance is declared to be an essential ingredient for salvation. The Bible clearly substantiates this. Our Lord declared that “repentance for forgiveness of sins should be proclaimed in His [Christ’s] name to all the nations” (Luke 24:47). Peter called upon the lost of his day, “Repent therefore and return, that your sins may be wiped away” (Acts 3:19). This was the consistent response demanded by first century heralds of the saving message (cf. Acts 2:38; 5:31; 17:30; cf. 26:18). Paul proclaimed “repentance toward God and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ” (Acts 20:21).

Although repentance is stressed as “a requirement” for salvation, or as a “condition” of forgiveness, so often it is a superficial change of belief regarding some aspect of Biblical practice or a whole range of practices. A person may hear a sermon, see a filmstrip [or video], or read a tract on “The Church of Christ.” Or perhaps the lesson treats the subject of why instrumental music, speaking in tongues, religious holidays, denominational organization, or other items are invalid for today or wrong for us to practice. Maybe the topic pertains to some aspect of family life or morality. The sinner, perhaps a member of some denomination or a family member, is then called upon to “repent” and be saved.

Multitudes of people have responded in just this way, convinced that they must leave a false church and become a member of the “Church of Christ,” or convinced that they need to “get baptized” to be saved. (Whether this is true or not is not the point. The point is that many are not converted to Christ Himself!) Thus they repent of one or more doctrinal aberrations that they once accepted and are promptly “baptized”! Unfortunately, such a person goes down into the water as a dry sinner and comes up a wet one!

What is wrong with this procedure? Among other things, there is no deep, lasting, heart-rending, life-changing response from the heart. People are not drastically changed inwardly, thus they do not have a sweeping, all-embracing change outwardly! If people are converted to a so-called “Plan of Salvation,” while failing to perceive the real meaning of the gospel, we should not be that surprised that they give evidence of being “worldly-minded, devoid of the Spirit” or “follow mere natural instincts and do not have the Spirit” (Jude 19, NAS, NIV).

Should we really wonder why the “church members” live the same worldly, selfish, fleshly, pleasure-loving lives as everyone else does? There has been no radical “turn-around” from the heart. They like the same things, go to the same attractions, do the same things, have fellowship with the same crowd at school or on the job, speak the same way, relate to people the same way, dress the same way, and manifest the same attitudes.

If I see a bird that looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and waddles like a duck, am I justified in concluding that the bird is a duck and not a chicken? Using this principle, there are many “church members” who are acting like the world, thinking like the world, because they are yet of the world, never having left the world! Some may assume they have submitted to “the five steps of salvation,” but their heart remains unchanged! Because the heart has not been drastically altered, outward changes are few. A superficial inward change results in superficial outward changes. (This is not always the case, of course, for the Pharisees changed the outward without having a real inward change.)

Listen to conversations before and after the so-called “services.” You will hear enthusiastic bantering about the ball game, youthful bragging about last night’s date, worldly chatter about everything from a brother’s new luxury car or plans to visit a popular restaurant to a sister’s advancement in her chosen career or a raving comment about a favorite TV program. (Once we even heard the score of a ball game currently in progress announced from the pulpit!) Do you hear praise and blessing of the Lord among the people? Do you hear words of love and compassion for saint and sinner, words of encouragement for those under trial, words of joy over victories in Christ, and those who are saved? (Notice what should be our experience at Romans 12:15; Hebrews 10:23-25; 3:13; Malachi 3:16).

Truly, “the mouth speaks out of that which fills the heart,” as our Lord said (Matthew 12:34; cf. vv. 33-37). If the speech has not been changed, the heart has not been transformed. Initial repentance has been lacking or at least incomplete. Or, perhaps, the world has contaminated the group as a whole, bringing with it a dreadful spiritual disease and death. Repentance is again needed: “You have left your first love. Remember therefore from where you have fallen, and repent and do the deeds you did at first” (Revelation 2:4, 5).

We see people calling themselves “Christians” and claiming membership in the “Church of Christ” who are little, if any, different from “outsiders” of the world. People continue to watch the same carnal TV programs; listen to the same radio; play the same computer games; peruse the same materialistic, secular, humanistic magazines; surf the web in the same way; are enthralled by the same recreational activities and amusements; attend the same sports events; and run after many of the same worldly pleasures as do their unsaved neighbors.

They continue to live the same affluent lives, drive the same luxurious Cadillacs, strive for advancement and higher paychecks in their compromising occupations and jobs, take pride in the furnishings of their spacious homes, and spend their money the same careless, selfish, and irresponsible way as do those who are entirely irreligious.

They continue membership in the same lodges and social organizations, are captivated by the same worldly fashion trends, are entranced by the same political-nationalistic-military propaganda, and seek the same social standing as do others not claiming to be true believers.

The young people continue to listen to the same Rock and Rap and Country music; attend the same dances; watch the same sports events; participate in the same athletic programs; seek membership in the same social clubs, fraternities, and sororities; wear the same worldly and immodest clothing; have the same hair styles; and engage in the same dating patterns and behaviors as do their counterparts “in the world.”

They may be hooked on the same tobacco habit; partake of the same social drinking; crave the same soft drinks; and hunger for the same “junk foods,” gluttony, overweight, or obesity as do their unregenerate acquaintances.

They likewise are responsible for similar marital discord, fighting, argumentation and divorce (and even remarriage!); the same irresponsible child discipline and nurture; disrespect of parents; send their children to the same worldly state schools, and succumb to the same dispositional and attitudinal problems, interpersonal disturbances, unforgiveness, and a general lack of outgoing love and concern as do those who have never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Many do not have and never have had an insatiable appetite for spiritual things. They simply do not truly hunger for Go! They fail to read and study God’s marvelous written Word; find singing spiritual songs and hymns disagreeable; seldom pray and give thanks to the Lord; never fast for spiritual reasons; treat the Lord’s day little different from any other day; consider it a burdensome but necessary duty to go the meetings; and in general “set their minds on earthly things” rather than” the things above” where Christ sits in glory (Philippians 3:19; Colossians 3:1-2).

We realize that some of this does not describe all the membership we are considering, but regretfully some of it does characterize many of the members! Although they may have made an overt religious response of some kind in what they assumed was Biblical baptism, the inside remains the same, therefore the outside behavior and relationships are unchanged—or changed so little as to be negligible.

They may hold “a form of godliness,” but “have denied its power” to effectively and dramatically change one’s lifestyle (cf. 2 Timothy 3:5). They may be good, upstanding, faithful “church members,” a degree or two above the “common person” of the street or the religious world, but their lives have not been radically changed and spiritually transformed so as to reflect Christ at work within.

Like the Jews who practiced an external, fleshly circumcision but were as unchanged as the uncircumcised Gentiles on the inside, many church members have gone through an outward rite of “baptism,” but are as unchanged inwardly as their unbaptized neighbors. The Jews were “circumcised and yet uncircumcised” (Jeremiah 9:25), and many so-called church members are probably “baptized and yet unbaptized.” Moses writes that “the LORD your God will circumcise your heart … to love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul” (Deuteronomy 30:6; cf. 10:16; Jeremiah 4:4).

Likewise, today, the sinner must undergo an inward change brought by initial repentance and continuing repentance if his outward behavior is to be different from what it was and from that of the world. “First clean the inside of the cup and of the dish, so that the outside of it may become clean also” (Matthew 23:26). The new covenant itself, inaugurated by Christ, makes provision for an inward change that does the will of God from the mind and heart (cf. Jeremiah 31:33; Hebrews 8:10).

Repentance is a change of mind regarding sin and God, issuing from a sorrow for sin and resulting in a changed life. The sinner has previously been “Number One.” He has been in charge of his own life. He has been on the “throne,” directing his own affairs according to principles at variance with the true ways of God as revealed in Scripture.

Isaiah writes that “each of us has turned to his own way” (53:6), and that people “walk in the way which is not good, following their own thoughts” (65:2). Jeremiah adds that many say, “We are going to follow our own plans” (18:12). The unbeliever leans on his “own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5) and “trusts in his own heart” (Proverbs 28:26).

If one would genuinely repent today, he must turn from his “own way,” his “own thoughts,” and his “own plans.” He must cease trusting in his “own heart” and leaning on his “own understanding.” He must come to the realization that “a man’s own way is not in himself” (Jeremiah 10:23). He must turn from self to God and His ways, thoughts, and plans. He must cease living a self-centered life. He must cease directing the course of his life according to what pleases him and begin to seek that which pleases the God of heaven and earth in all things.

The person who would be saved must turn from all sin of which he is aware and begin to live a life of godliness and righteousness. One must “repent and turn to God, performing deeds appropriate to repentance” (Acts 26:20; cf. Revelation 2:5). He must “bring forth fruit in keeping with … repentance” (Matthew 3:8; Luke 3:8). He must “turn from darkness to light and from the dominion of Satan to God, in order that [he] may receive forgiveness of sins” (Acts 26:18). The world must be renounced once and for all, and he must begin to live for the “things above” and that which is near to the heart of God (cf. Colossians 3:1-2).

Moreover, repentance will produce and require restitution when needed. (Restitution is seeking to make amends or reparations, when possible, for past wrongs committed.) Past offenses must be confessed and corrected, relationships may need to be righted, misdeeds will need to be rectified, and items stolen will need to be paid for or returned.

One’s lifestyle may need to be drastically altered. In fact, generally this is the case. The world is too pervasive and the demands of Christ are so serious that people generally will need to change greatly. There needs to be a radical reorientation to all of life. For most people this will mean that friends, family, and acquaintances will definitely notice a change from negative attitudes to positive ones, and a change from negative behavior to a radically different and positive lifestyle. Many may be “surprised” that the one-time sinner no longer enjoys and participates in the same activities because of his new affection for Christ, thus they may ridicule and persecute the young believer (cf. 1 Peter 4:4; cf. vv. 2-5; vv. 12-19).

Since repentance is often wrongly conceived as simply a superficial change of ideas about certain denominational doctrines, or a number of Biblical facts presented in an unbalanced way, or “the marks of Christ’s church” (however important a Biblical view of such subjects may be in a proper context), people’s lives are not being deeply changed! They have never genuinely been forgiven, saved, born anew and sanctified! The Holy Spirit is not empowering them and strengthening them in the inner person so as to transform their characters and renew them to the image of God in Christ (cf. Ephesians 3:16; Romans 8:6-14; Ephesians 4:20-24).

If people truly repent and change directions, there will be a radically new lifestyle. Given the proper, sustained teaching and training by wise and godly teachers (a real rarity today unfortunately), newly repentant believers will love God and others, enjoy worship, hunger to know God and His word, and be excited about sharing Christ with one and all. Young people who have truly repented and are living crucified lives will have less trouble with the “problem areas” of materialism, popular music, movies and television, immodest clothing, dancing, sports-mania, drugs, drinking, smoking, web surfing, and the one hundred and one other pleasures and pastimes that fill the minds and time of the average sinner—including many young (and not so young) “church members.”

Let there be real repentance and this will help solve the perennial problems of worldly (often unconverted) young people and adults. This is not to say that if one actually repents he cannot fall into the worldly ways around him but if one is truly converted through the experience of genuine, heart-searching repentance, and through the supernatural Spirit-engendered new birth (regeneration), he at least will begin his walk as a new creation, indwelt by the Spirit of God and will be prepared to live in Christ-likeness.

Thus, when a person is confronted with the gospel, he must consider whether he really is prepared to “deny himself” and “take up his cross daily” to “follow” Christ as a disciple (Luke 9:23; cf. vv. 23-26). He needs to weigh whether he is ready to acknowledge Christ as more important than all others who is deserving of absolute love (cf. Luke 14:26; cf. Matthew 10:37-39). He must ponder whether he is willing to give up all for Jesus’ sake and so become a genuine disciple of His (cf. Luke 14:27-33)

Remember that it costs us nothing to be saved, for Christ already paid the cost of His precious blood for our redemption (cf. 1 Peter 1:18-19), yet, in another respect, it costs us everything if we would live as saved and redeemed bond-slaves of our Master Jesus (cf. Philippians 3:7-8; 1 Corinthians 9:24-27).

All of this underlines the missing note in the way repentance is usually presented today, but this emphasis must exist if people are to be changed inwardly by the Spirit of God and so manifest outward change of life. We believe that this point about defective “repentance” is a major issue in our discussion on the “plan of salvation” as viewed by the “Church of Christ.”

4. Confession

The standard practice among those known as the “Churches of Christ” is for the “repentant believer” to confess that Jesus is the Son of God. This reflects the emphasis noted earlier, that faith is predominately an intellectual belief in the proposition that Jesus is God’s Son. One confesses this lone fact (usually before an assembled congregation) and immediately proceeds to be baptized.

Obviously confession is a proper element in our initial response for salvation and our continued life in Christ. As early as John’s ministry, the people came to him to be “baptized … in the Jordan River, confessing their sins” (Matthew 1:5). In this case, there was a confession of one’s sins and we know of no place where this is explicit in the preaching of the gospel after Pentecost. However, surely there must be an emphasis on sin and its consequences; otherwise, there would be no incentive to repent of sin.

Consider now the matter of confession after Christ died and rose again. After Philip preached Jesus, the Ethiopian said, “Look! Water! What prevents me from being baptized?” (Acts 8:36). According to the manuscripts behind the KJV, Philip answered, “If you believe with all your heart, you may. The Ethiopian responded, “I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God” (verse 37). (Although no Greek manuscript earlier than the seventh century has this statement, it may well reflect a practice of the early centuries.) Confession of the Sonship of Jesus is quite appropriate since one cannot be saved apart from this great truth (cf. Matthew 16:16-18), and belief of this fact, among others, is necessary for salvation. One confesses outwardly the content of his inward faith.

Beyond this, however, Paul speaks of confession. This apostle clearly affirms, “If you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord . . . you shall be saved; . . . with the mouth he confesses, resulting in salvation” (Romans 10:9-10). In another place he writes that “every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father” (Philippians 2:11). It is altogether fitting that the repentant believer confess that Jesus is Lord, for His Lordship is tightly bound to His Sonship as well as His Messiahship (cf. Acts 2:36; 9:20, 22; 16:31; Romans 1:4; John 20:31).

It is vital to remember here, however, that confession is not to be an empty, superficial, legalistic requirement, but should express the essence of one’s belief, commitment and allegiance. If he confesses Jesus as God’s own Son, let him realize that He is worthy of the highest honor (cf. John 5:23; Hebrews 1:4-6). If he confesses Jesus as Lord, let him recognize that in this exalted position He is deserving of total submission and absolute obedience (cf. Luke 6:46; Matthew 7:21-23). If he confesses his condition of sinfulness, spiritual deadness, and alienation from God, let him realize that he is unworthy of the provision of salvation freely offered by God (cf. Isaiah 6:5; 1 Timothy 1:13-16).

We suggest that many in the “church of Christ” have almost flippantly and half-heartedly replied, “Yes,” or whispered acknowledgment in answer to the question that the preacher asks. Generally, the preacher poses this question: “Do you believe that Jesus is the Son of God?” A perfunctory “Yes” is the common reply. How sad. A mere empty, external form cannot have a place in the response of a sinner to God. The Pharisees of Christ’s day delighted in saying the right things and doing the right things (or so they thought), but their heart was far from God (cf. Matthew 15:7-9).

How much wiser it would be for the sinner himself to express his faith that Jesus is Lord and God’s divine Son. It would also seem fitting that the convicted sinner call on the Lord for salvation from his sin. “If you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. . . . for ‘whoever will call on the name of the Lord will be saved’” (Romans 10:9, 13).

5. Baptism

We now come to that which is usually set forth as the most crucial “step” in the “plan of salvation.” It is often looked upon as the greatest “test of obedience.” A favorite phrase used is “obedience to the gospel” (2 Thessalonians 1:8; 1 Peter 4:7; Romans 10:16; cf. 6:17-18). Some employ the phrase for all the “steps of salvation,” while others seemly have baptism preeminently in mind. Members of the fellowship known as the “Churches of Christ” have sometimes been called “water salvationists” and “baptismal regenerationists.” There is a reason for such labels but these derisive terms take the matter to an extreme and are largely inaccurate.

Yet the sad truth is that baptism has been so emphasized in public debate, sermons, personal preaching, tracts, and other literature, that in the minds of very many, it has become almost a “savior” or saving act in and of itself. Many view it as an actual “work of righteousness” designed to test one’s willingness to obey God’s will, and see no meaning beyond the mere outward act itself.

Sometimes preachers assign forgiveness to the act of baptism itself, either intentionally or ignorantly. One well-known writer asks in a tract, “Doesn’t baptism forgive all the sins one has committed prior to his conversion?” He answers in the affirmative. Another popular writer, in a tract on divorce and marriage, matter-of-factly states, “It is true that baptism washes sins away.” Where is God in all of this? Has God transferred saving power from Himself to an act—any act—of a person? While the above may simply be slips of the pen, or be in the order of 1 Peter 3:21 which affirms that “baptism now saves you,” it may go deeper and reveal an inordinate view of baptism. It is sad that anyone would say that “baptism” forgives sin rather than seeing God as the Great Forgiver of sin!

This unbalanced view is reflected in many ways. For instance, when the “steps” are preached, baptism quite frequently receives the major emphasis (quite unlike the new conenant emphasis on faith and repentance). In tracts, books, and other literature this is similarly the case. The subject not only overshadows the other so-called “steps,” but often takes precedence over the person of Christ Himself and His saving activity at Calvary!

Admittedly, one reason for this unbalanced presentation is the widespread minimizing of the act and even false teaching on the subject from denominational quarters. (Some theological positions consign the act almost to an insignificant place, postponing it for months, and considering it as a simple “act of obedience.) But does this justify such an unbalanced view that even repels some outsiders because they rightly realize that Jesus is Savior rather than baptism? Is it right to promote that which gives “insiders” an arrogance and false sense of security because they think they are entirely “right” on this “most important” of all subjects?

Truth out of balance not only leads to error of belief, it also becomes error in practice. In this case, baptism has received such undue weight that, to many people, baptism is the chief response of the sinner for salvation. Faith itself is sometimes focused on the act of baptism while the Savior is left out or at least relegated to the position of One who commanded the act. Baptism simply becomes the place where one may “contact the blood” and, regretfully, the significance of the “precious blood of Christ” is misunderstood, overlooked, or even nullified.

baptism

The Plan of Salvation and the Churches of Christ

The Teaching on Baptism

What do these churches believe and teach about baptism? They point out that in New Testament times people believed in Jesus and repented of their sins prior to baptism (cf. Mark 16:15-16; Acts 2:38-41; 8:12; 35-39; 16:14-15; 30-34; 18:8; Galatians 3:26-27; Colossians 2:12). Thus, infants and little children are not proper subjects for the act.

They teach that baptism is an immersion in water; thus pouring, sprinkling, and moistening are unscriptural substitutes (cf. Matthew 3:16; John 3:23; Acts 8:38-39; Romans 6:3-6; Colossians 2:12).

The design or purpose, and results of baptism are especially emphasized. These churches stress that baptism is “for the forgiveness of sins” (Acts 2:38; cf. Mark 1:4), to be washed of sins (Acts 22:16; cf. Ephesians 5:26; Hebrews 10:22), for salvation (Mark 16:16; 1 Peter 3:12), to enter Christ and put on Christ (Romans 6:3-5; Galatians 3:27), to enter the body or “church” (1 Corinthians 12:13; cf. Acts 2:41, 47), to “fulfill all righteousness” (Matthew 3:13-15), to be born anew (John 3:5), and to receive the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38; Galatians 3:26-27 with 4:6).

What can we say about the several points above? Scripture does seem to teach that baptism was preceded by faith and repentance. We would go further. Baptism also expressed faith/repentance, partakes of the meaning of these internal heart-attitudes, and thus can be attributed with the same design as these inward responses. Just as John’s baptism was a “baptism of repentance,” a baptism signifying repentance (cf. Mark 1:4; Luke 3:3; Acts 13:24; cf. Matthew 3:8; Luke 3:8), so is the baptism of Christ’s great commission (cf. Acts 2:38). As we have previously noted, many have not genuinely repented (had a settled change of heart regarding sin and God and dying to the self-life), thus their baptism must have been defective and empty. Baptism cannot magically accomplish anything, particularly when full repentance is not present!

Baptism surely is to be preceded by faith (cf. Mark 16:16; Acts 8:12; 18:18), but baptism also expresses faith and embodies the faith it expresses. When one is buried in water and rises from it, he portrays his faith in Christ’s death for sins and His resurrection of victory over sin. One is “buried with (Christ) in baptism” and “raised up with Him through faith in the working of God, who raised Him from the dead” (Colossians 2:12). He likewise signifies his own death to sin and resurrection to “walk in newness of life” (Romans 6:3-4).

God, therefore, intended that baptism express our turning from sin, our trust in Christ and His meritorious blood, our commitment to live for God henceforth, and our identification with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Granted, the newly-awakened person cannot be expected to understand the depths of this significant act, nor the breadth of its ramifications, but he surely should have some comprehension of its meaning. Moreover, his faith (even while being baptized) must be fixed upon God in Christ rather than his own obedience.

If the act of baptism is merely conceived of as a work of man, motivated by belief in God, how is it substantially different from other works which definitely cannot save? Scripture is clear that we do not have within ourselves the capability of saving ourselves, regardless of our good intentions, righteous works, and obedience to Biblical commands. Paul wrote the familiar words, “By grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, that no one should boast” (Ephesians 2:8-9). Salvation is (1) “not of ourselves,” (2) not a “result of works,” but (3) it is “the gift of God.” God saves us “not according to our works,” but according to “His own purpose and grace which was granted in Christ Jesus from all eternity” (2 Timothy 1:9; cf. Titus 3:5; Philippians 3:8-9).

It must be this way if we would be saved by grace (cf. Romans 4:16; 11:6). We cannot be saved by works either in conversion or thereafter, during the normal course of life. If baptism is related to forgiveness and salvation, it must derive its significance from that which it is designed to portray—namely, faith and repentance. Baptism is so closely associated with inward faith that both could be considered as component parts of the unified whole and mutual parts of the conversion experience. Baptism is an act expressing faith in Christ, and is often described in the same way as the inner response of faith, and can be referred to as partaking of the same meaning as that which it expresses.

Faith itself looks to Christ. It looks away from itself to Christ’s atoning work. It simply relates the sinner (and saint) to Him and His saving act where all saving merit resides. Thus faith is non-meritorious (the same can be said of repentance which is closely related). Obviously, baptism is also non-meritorious, since it simply is an act of faith which is itself non-meritorious.

Some think of baptism as a “step” of salvation which has a design different from faith. Thus they say that faith (as well as repentance and confession) are only “unto” salvation, but baptism is “into” salvation or “into” Christ (cf. Romans 10:10, KJV). However, Scripture reveals that, just as baptism is “into Christ” (eis Christ, Romans 6:3; Galatians 3:27), so repentance is “for (eis) eternal life” (1 Timothy 1:16). Repentance is into (eis) “life: (Acts 11:18). The Galatians were commended “to the Lord in (eis) whom they had believed” (Acts 14:23). Those who believed eis Christ received “forgiveness of sins” (Acts 10:43; cf. John 3:16, 18). One believes eis righteousness” and confesses eis “salvation” (Romans 10:10). Therefore, we ask: How can it be claimed that faith only leads one to salvation but baptism alone confers it? Scripture clearly says that one believes eis eternal life, the Lord, Christ, and righteousness (justification), just as it declares that one is baptized eis Christ.

1. Yes, forgiveness is associated with baptism (Acts 2:38; 22:16), but forgiveness is also related to the faith which baptism is to express (Acts 10:43; cf. 13:38-39).

2. True, eternal life is associated with baptism (Colossians 2:12-13; Romans 6:3-5, 11), but life is often related to the faith which baptism signifies (1 Timothy 1:16; John 3:15-18, 36; 5:24; 6:47; 20:31; Acts 13:48, etc.).

3. Admittedly, salvation is connected with baptism (Mark 16:16; 1 Peter 3:21), but it is also related to the faith which baptism indicates (Ephesians 2:8; Acts 16:31; Romans 1:16; 10:9).

4. Yes, the gift of the Holy Spirit is associated with baptism (Acts 2:38), but it is in like manner related to the faith which baptism manifests (Galatians 3:2, 14; Ephesians 1:13; John 7:39).

5. Furthermore, sanctification (set apart from sin to God) is associated with baptism (cf. Romans 6:1-7, 17-18), but it is unmistakably related to the faith which gives baptism its meaning (Acts 26:18).

Baptism, therefore, does not have a design different from that of faith (and repentance) which God wants to be expressed in the act. To say that belief leads to baptism, and then baptism saves, is utterly wrong! God saves. He saves by virtue of His Son’s atoning death. Faith responds to the One who is Savior, thus it can be said that faith saves. Baptism can be said to save because of its true meaning, namely, faith in Christ, and because it is directly related to the saving events of the gospel. There is nothing inherent within the act itself that saves. It does not save and forgive by the act itself, as a sacrament, and as falsely claimed by Roman Catholic theology. Likewise, there is nothing within the person who is baptized that deserves to be saved. Baptism is a response of faith; and faith, in turn, looks to God in Christ for salvation!

Baptism, rather than being a work of self-salvation, a ground of boasting, or any contribution to our redemption, embodies faith which looks to Christ. It is a renunciation of self and self-effort or any worthy achievement of man, and is an admission of utter dependency upon the mercy of God in Christ. Baptism, then, can mean utterly different things (both positive and negative), depending upon the attitude of the one being baptized and his view of salvation. One cannot misunderstand and be wrong about salvation through Christ, and be baptized right.

What more can be said about the design of baptism? In one respect, members of this church body are seeking to be loyal to Scripture and for this we commend them. God’s Word obviously does command inquiring sinners, “Repent, and let each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit” (Acts 2:38). Other aspects of salvation are likewise related to one’s believing response in baptism (cf. Matthew 28:19; Mark 16:16; 1 Peter 3:21; Romans 6:3-11; Colossians 2:12-13; Acts 22:16; etc.).

This indicates how important this act of faith is in God’s sight. Baptism is neglected by one at his spiritual peril (cf. Luke 7:29-30). Baptism was invariably an integral part of conversion to Christ, as far as Scriptural evidence is concerned (cf. “all” in Galatians 3:26-27; Romans 6:3; notice also Acts 2:42). This meaningful act must not be minimized, altered, perverted, substituted, postponed, depreciated, or omitted—all of which occurs today in the religious world.

While all of this is true and needs to be stressed in the right context, we must beware of some very real dangers:

· viewing baptism as a saving act in and of itself

· considering it to be a work of righteousness by which God is obligated to save and forgive us

· treating it simply as an act of obedience

· emphasizing the act of baptism apart from its intended spiritual meaning

These aberrations or deficiencies serve to exalt baptism as a work of man and result in very serious error:

· detracting from Christ’s saving work on the cross

· compromising God’s grace on the altar of man’s achievement

· minimizing that inward response of faith and repentance which baptism is designed to embody

· giving one a false sense of security upon being baptized

Baptism is sometimes placed on the same plane as Christ’s own sacrifice for sin. Some preachers point out that baptism is “for the forgiveness of your sins” (Acts 2:38). This same phrase, including the preposition eis (“for”), is attributed to Christ’s shed blood in Matthew 26:28. Therefore, the argument goes, just as Jesus shed his blood for forgiveness, one must be baptized for forgiveness or to obtain forgiveness of sins. It is true that the same phrase is found in both texts; however a radical difference exists between them.

The only basis or ground of forgiveness is Christ’s entirely sufficient sacrifice in which He offered His blood (cf. 1 Peter 1:18-19; Romans 3:24). His was a meritorious act on our behalf. Baptism is “for forgiveness of sins” only in the sense that man responds in baptism through faith to Christ’s atoning death and receives the forgiveness Christ freely provides in virtue of the just sacrifice He has provided. We can never conclude that salvation is a 50/50 arrangement, half resting on Christ and half on us! Infant “baptizers,” particularly Catholics, Episcopalians, Orthodox, and traditional Lutherans (all of whom practice some type of baptismal regeneration), have been justly criticized for relying upon a semi-magical act performed upon irresponsible, helpless infants. Later in life members of these groups often base their eternal salvation upon this earlier ritualistic ceremony, feeling no need to make a personal response of themselves. The practice often causes a spiritual complacency and people, in effect, assume that they are safe and secure because of what happened to them when they were a baby in their mother’s arms!

Is it not possible that those who have unscriptural misconceptions about adult baptism, believing that they have now spiritually “arrived” and “made it,” thinking they are now part of the “true church” by baptism, could fall into the same perilous feeling of self-sufficiency and security? Thus, they not only are mistaken about what they think was an earlier “baptism,” but are mistaken about their present status apart from Christ! We think this has happened time and again. It is akin to the nauseating and misconceived doctrine of “unconditional security” promulgated by some of those of the “once saved, always saved” persuasion who wrongly conclude that they can freely indulge in sin with impunity.

A Church-Centered Salvation

Outsiders may not really understand this point very well, although there are some groups that seem to have a similar view. The “Church of Christ” has a very keen conviction that it constitutes the “body of Christ” on earth today. This church is thought to be Christ’s Church (and that is why there is an insistence on the name, “Church of Christ”). If one wants to debate this matter, generally the reasoning goes this way:

1. Christ only established and built one church (“My church,” Matthew 16:18).

2. This church is the body of Christ (Colossians 1:18).

3. There is only one body (Ephesians 4:4).

4. Thus, there is only one body and one church.

5. This church has certain identifying marks or characteristics.

6. The “Church of Christ” as we know it today meets those list of marks.

7. No other church or religious denomination meets those characteristics.

8. Thus, only the “Church of Christ” is Christ’s church.

9. This is the one true Church and all others are counterfeit.

10. Only the Church is built on the solid foundation that Jesus is God’s Son (Matthew 16:16-18).

11. Only the Church has been purchased by Christ’s blood (Acts 20:28).

12. Only the Church was loved by Christ who gave Himself for it (Ephesians 5:25).

13. Only the Church has Jesus Christ as the Savior of the body (Ephesians 5:23).

14. We enter the Church through baptism (1 Corinthians 12:13).

15. Only the saved are part of the church (Acts 2:47).

16. The only ones who are saved are those who have heard, believed, repented, confessed, and been baptized “for the forgiveness of sins” (Acts 2:38).

17. This is God’s “plan of salvation.”

Since the “Church” figures so prominently in the teaching and life of the “Church of Christ,” and since the “Plan of Salvation” and especially Baptism brings us to the Church, we can see why the “plan of salvation” is so utterly important. Since God will only save members of the Church and baptism is the “door” of the Church, only those who are baptized will be part of the Church and only they are saved.

It is obvious that we cannot deny many of these points. Only those who are part of Christ’s body are saved, sanctified, forgiven, and born again. Only they have the promise of heaven. And one indeed must come to Christ for forgiveness and only in this way may one be a member of the body of Christ. This is all true and cannot be denied since it is plainly presented in Scripture. But the particular slant that many preachers and members of the “Church of Christ” give to this is somewhat faulty. It amounts to a “Church salvation” rather than purely salvation in Christ Jesus.

The early proclaimers of the gospel preached Jesus Christ and not the “Church.” They knew that one would become a member of Christ’s body at the very same time that he would become united to Christ, but there was an entirely different emphasis. It was a focus on God and on Jesus Christ, particularly in His death and resurrection for sin. As Paul put it, “I determined to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ, and Him crucified” (1 Corinthians 2:2).

Some with a Different Emphasis

We have now examined briefly how the so-called “steps of salvation” or “plan of salvation” are believed, practiced, and taught by many members in the groups known as the “Churches of Christ” (and, to some extent, in the independent “Christian Churches”). We do not want to leave the mistaken impression that every preacher, or every common member, or every congregation fully endorses every one of the abuses and misconceptions to which I have referred. There are a growing number who have a more Scriptural, more balanced, more Christ-honoring, view of salvation in Christ. Some do truly comprehend the good news of Christ and have a more proper understanding of our response to Him in the conversion experience and in everyday life.

Unfortunately many who are beginning to emphasize these themes of God’s grace and Christ’s atoning work have a corresponding lack of concern for abiding in all things Christ commanded and the apostles taught. Some of these have an almost “anything goes” attitude regarding matters in the assembly as well as personal commitment to a righteous, separated, unworldly lifestyle. Some appear to be approaching a “once saved, always saved” position, if not in preaching, at least in practice. They apparently believe that God’s grace will cover their carelessness and Christ’s blood will wash away even their purposeful sin and disregard for holy living. What is desperately needed in these churches is an emphasis on all aspects of our life in Christ! This would include:

· a commitment to all areas of Biblical concern

· a proper, God-honoring, Christ-centered view of salvation

· a Christ-centered conception of conversion

·a Christ-centered, Biblically-oriented, “love-saturated,” fellowship in the assembly

· and a radically different personal lifestyle that exalts Christ and follows Him in true discipleship in every area of life.

To be content with only one element of Christianity to the neglect of the others is both inconsistent and woefully spiritually inadequate.

A Typical Congregation of the Past (and Sometimes the Present)

Some readers may still wonder whether we have accurately and fairly evaluated this whole matter. Are we not blowing the issue out of proportion to reality? After many years of studying this religious movement in light of the truth of the gospel and the basic themes of redemption as revealed in Scripture, we must answer in the negative. You must appraise these issues for yourself.

Some years ago I surveyed many members of a certain congregation (in the Churches of Christ), asking for responses to several significant points. Granted, this was some time ago; however, we suspect that some of the same answers might be given today. One question was of a completion type. I requested the various respondents to complete the statement: “God saves the sinner by . . . . “

Here are several typical answers.

“God saves the sinner by . . .

· . . . the sinner’s faith in God and then his obedience to God.”

· . . . repentance.”

· . . . obedience to God through Christ Jesus.”

· . . . obedience to His Word.”

· . . . confession, repentance, baptism.”

· . . . His Son’s death and then the believer’s obedience to His will.”

· . . . His love and grace and by the believer’s faithful obedience.”

· . . . baptism.”

· . . . hearing, repenting and being baptized.”

· . . . obedience.”

· . . . furnishing man the Bible to read.”

· . . . repentance.”

· . . . the Word, the Bible, His will.”

Several (a minority) were more positive, including phrases such as “Jesus Christ,” “the power of God,” or “the blood of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,” but the foregoing responses appear to graphically indicate the defective comprehension of most of those surveyed of the basics of the gospel of Christ. While there is some truth in some of these answers, we can see that they do reveal a woeful ignorance of the very foundation of salvation by grace through faith.

I also requested that these people answer the question, “What must I do to be saved?” Here are several of the responses:

“What must I do to be saved?”

· . . . Believe, repent, confess, be baptized. Live a Christian life.”

· . . . Hear the Word, believe the Word, confess it, through obedience to the Word be baptized into Christ.”

· . . . Believe and obey the New Testament.”

· . . . First you have to hear the gospel; you believe, you repent and confess Christ and be baptized, and study God’s Word.”

· . . . You need to study the revealed will of God, and obey the commands of Christ.”

· . . . First you have to hear, believe, confess, repent, be baptized.”

· . . . Believe and repent and confess and be baptized.”

· . . . Come to church and listen to the gospel; when one comes to believe it, repent of your sins and be baptized. (sic)”

· . . . Read the Bible and obey what it says.”

· . . . First you have to hear the word before you can know what to do, and then you have to repent of your wrongdoings and sins, then you have to confess Christ as the Son of God, and be baptized.”

· . . . First you have to have an interest . . . to be a citizen of heaven, then I would tell you the five steps.”

Again we point out that there is some good in these and other answers that could have been listed. Yet, the impression is given by many of these responses that salvation is somehow based on what the sinner himself does. Where is Jesus as the sinner’s sin-bearer in all of this? Where is a recognition that Jesus lived a sinless life and laid down His life as a perfect sacrifice and now offers to freely accept the believing sinner upon the basis of the Savior’s redemptive work?

When the sinner is told that he must somehow save himself, the message is no longer “good news” (gospel)—but “bad news”! We know that we are not capable of such a feat if we are honest with ourselves, and if we have some comprehension of the depths of our unrighteousness and the demerit of our sin. Someone other than ourself must do the saving. We merely respond by faith to the salvation God offers as a gift of grace (cf. Ephesians 2:8-9; Romans 5:17).

Heaven is not like a spiritual vending machine by which a sinner can place “Five Steps” in the proper slots, depress the lever, and behold, out comes salvation! It is not a matter of “so much work” (the five steps and a faithful life, as it is often set forth) for “so much pay” (salvation now and eternity with God). What we do to be saved means nothing unless it is directly related to what Christ did to save us! Any response of the sinner must be an expression of utter dependence on God’s saving work in His Son. Our response is an empty hand extended to receive a free gift.

Summary of the “Steps”

As a summary, we have been examining the general response required of a sinner for salvation as taught by many, if not most, of those within the fellowship known as the “Churches of Christ”—or “churches of Christ.” We have noticed each of the “five steps of salvation” as generally set forth in sermons, personal preaching, and literature. This movement is to be commended for their opposition to the many abuses they have seen and sought to correct in the denominational world. However, as we have attempted to demonstrate, these “steps,” as frequently presented, are woefully inadequate and even a misconception of the response expected of the sinner by Paul and the other apostles.

This is not to be viewed as simply an academic matter. It has serious and far-reaching implications for one’s salvation. Scripture is clear that Christ is the only way of salvation available to host humanity (cf. John 14:6; Acts 4:12). Equally clear is the fact that Christ and the benefits of Christ’s redemptive work must be accepted as He has revealed. Salvation may not only be negated by misunderstanding the person and saving work of Christ; it may also be canceled by a failure to properly respond to Him for salvation. This is why we have examined this view of the “plan of salvation” as carefully as we have.

Salvation is not a 50/50 Arrangement

Many preachers enjoy giving a sermon with such a title as “Things Which Save.” A marker board is often utilized, or maybe a Power Point presentation, and a list is made of those factors related to salvation. For example:

· God saves (2 Timothy 1:9).

· Christ saves (1 Timothy 1:15).

· The Holy Spirit saves (cf. John 6:36).

· Grace saves (Ephesians 2:8).

· The Gospel saves (Romans 1:16).

· The blood of Christ saves (Romans 5:9).

· Words save (Acts 11:14).

· Faith saves (Acts 16:31).

· Repentance saves (Luke 13:3, 5).

· Calling upon the name of the Lord saves (Romans 10:13).

· Confession saves (Romans 10:9).

· Hope saves (Romans 8:24).

· Baptism saves (1 Peter 3:21).

· Works save (James 2:24).

· Obedience saves (Hebrews 5:9).

· Remaining faithful to the end saves (Matthew 24:13).

The impression is given that salvation is a 50/50 arrangement! We contribute something to our own redemption. The argument is then made that salvation consists of “God’s part” and “Man’s part.” Thus, many think they can in some way “pull themselves up by their own spiritual boot straps.”

The result can be a dreadful insecurity, for if I initially save myself, then I must continue to save myself. Yet I know my own weakness and failings. I then must either deny the extent of sin into which I fall, or have a superficial view of sin (as consisting of a few easily-identified and rather easily-avoided external items), or try to balance sin with my righteousness and good deeds (i.e., have a “spiritual scale” mentality). Or perhaps we embrace a doctrine of “church salvation” (with the idea that, as long as I am in the “right church” where salvation is to be found, I am safe in spite of personal failings). The spiritual implications are serious.

All of this may also result in a spiritual arrogance—for if I helped to save myself in the beginning, and continue to contribute to my salvation, surely “I am rich, and have become wealthy,and have need of nothing” (Revelation 3:17a). Like those of old who “trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and view others with contempt” (Luke 18:8), it is possible to have the attitude of spiritual self-sufficiency and self-reliance today. This whole concept leads to spiritual pride, the very attitude that God hates. “God is opposed to the proud, but gives grace to the humble” (James 4:6; cf. 1 Peter 5:5).

We assume that there are some so devoid of spiritual perception that they suppose they can approach God and say, “God, I’ve obeyed the ‘five steps’—all the conditions of salvation. I’ve been a faithful church member all of my life. I’ve obeyed all of your commands. You, therefore, owe me a heavenly home.” This attitude is the epitome of works-salvation, self-salvation, and sectarian-salvation. It views life as “doing one’s duty” apart from the “weightier matters” of God’s will. It thinks one can somehow deserve or achieve eternal life. It entirely overlooks or at least minimizes the most significant event in the history of the universe—Christ’s atoning death on our behalf! It is entirely lacking in an understanding of the essence of the good news of salvation through Christ and His entirely-sufficient sacrificial work. It is an attitude that neglects and nullifies the grace of God. With this attitude and concept, one is “severed from Christ” and “fallen from grace” (cf. Galatians 5:4). He cannot be saved!

Unlike the concept that produces the arrogant attitude of self-sufficiency, the “gospel of the grace of God” produces an entirely different attitude—one of humility, gratitude and joyfulness. Paul never tired of exalting the “mercy,” “grace,” and “patience” of Christ who came to “save sinners,” among whom he claimed to be foremost of all (1 Timothy 1:13-16). He forever gave God the credit: “By the grace of God I am what I am” (1 Corinthians 15:10; cf. Philippians 3:5-9; Galatians 1:15-16). Paul realized that he was saved by grace in the past, kept by grace in the present, and would be saved by grace at Christ’s appearing (cf. Titus 3:7; Ephesians 2:5-8; Romans 5:2; 1 Peter 1:13). And this grace came in Christ Jesus his Savior (cf. 2 Timothy 1:9; Titus 2:11; 1 Corinthians 1:4; Ephesians 2:7; John 1:17). Grace was the very content of his preaching (Acts 20:24).

Now a further word regarding the list of “things that save.” Properly understood, man does have something to do, both to be initially saved in conversion, and in life as a saved person. However, nothing that a man does or can do is meritorious. Nothing provides the basis of salvation, the ground for our redemption, the cause of justification, or the source of forgiveness.

What we do simply responds to the salvation God offers in Christ, or constitutes our living out in experience the salvation we have already been granted. We are to “work out” with “fear and trembling” the salvation that is ours (cf. Philippians 2:12). We are saved to serve rather than serve to be saved. This provides an altogether different motivation in life. We serve God and others through love because we have been the recipients of bountiful love (cf. 1 John 4:19; Galatians 5:13-14) and of a grace that has been “freely bestowed” and “lavished upon us” (Ephesians 1:6-8).

(We might mention here that in other circumstances we might treat this whole discussion in a different way. For instance, if we were discussing salvation with one who minimizes man’s initial response and continuing responsibility to live a life totally under Christ’s Lordship, we would emphasize these very things—the things that we do to be saved. At present we believe the approach we have been making is justified because of the traditional stance of those generally within the “Church of Christ” and the broader Restoration Movement.)

Hopefully this discussion has helped to clarify the matter of salvation, especially regarding how the sinner is to respond to God to be benefited by Christ’s saving work. We have offered it because of a love for God and a love for those who are oblivious to the real meaning of salvation.

In some quarters, the concept of salvation has been so twisted and so covered over by tradition and arguments for denominational debate that people are blinded to spiritual reality. This is quite sad as well as inexcusable considering the fact that among these churches the death of Christ is at least publicly acknowledged each first day of the week in what they style as the “Lord’s supper” (which, regretfully, is often an empty and traditional religious ceremony and form that is dispensed with as briefly and unemotionally as possible).

(One brief note may be in order here. We have made occasional reference to “the one true church” and this fellowship’s claim to meet “the marks of the true church.” Partly because of the present issue under discussion—the so-called “plan of salvation”—we question the complete accuracy of the “marks of the true church” test as usually presented. Surely the actual body of Christ is not entirely co-extensive with what we know as the “church of Christ.” Since many claiming membership in the “church of Christ” have never been truly born of God, the body of Christ is not as broad and inclusive; and since there may be others who have been born anew not formally a part of this fellowship, the designation must be broader or more embracing. If one sincerely uses the phrase “church of Christ” or “Church of Christ” to include all of the saved and exclude all of the lost, this would be another matter. But this is another subject worthy of careful study and must await another occasion.)

What Should You Do?

What should one do who realizes now, as never before, that he has never really been saved? He may have been under the mistaken impression that he was forgiven a year ago, ten years ago, or forty years ago, but now realizes that he was never truly born of God. Yes, at one time he thought he “rendered obedience” and “obeyed the gospel,” but genuine trust in Christ was missing, or full repentance was lacking, or baptism was simply an empty form or an effort of self to achieve forgiveness. He may think that he “became a member of the church,” but he now realizes that his focus was on what he thought was the church and not on the crucified and risen Christ Jesus.

Perhaps he has felt uneasy for years or perhaps he was so much a part of the ongoing “work of the church” and so indoctrinated by traditional concepts that he was entirely unaware that he was serving by the power of the flesh and seeking to “establish” his own righteousness (Romans 10:3) rather than actually living in Christ by the power of the Spirit (Romans 8:1-2).

If this describes you and you have had your spiritual eyes opened (Acts 26:18), you are in the minority. Most are well content to stay where they are, believing the same things, following the same course, being a good “church member” and close their minds to anything that would take away the religious position in which they at least seek to find comfort, security, and some measure of assurance of Heaven.

If, however, you do now realize that your initial response was defective, consider the following items. (These cannot be thought of as “steps,” for there is, in part, a blending and intermingling of each element with the others. We simply arrange them numerically as an aid for thought. Of course, baptism is the culmination of our response to Christ in the conversion experience, as we are dealing with it. We are only trying to arrange the Biblical materials so as to reflect conversion as commonly experience in the first century, which would likewise be the typical response in this day.)

First of all, you must realize your condition before a holy God. Instead of finding security in your “good life,” or in “the right church,” you now stand open and exposed before God (cf. Hebrews 4:13; Romans 3:19). You can no more depend on your relationships, membership or performance than the Jews could rely upon their ancestry, law-keeping or circumcision as a basis of acceptance with God (cf. Matthew 3:9; Philippians 3:2-7).

You are yet in your sins; you are yet lost, and you are yet under God’s righteous judgment (cf. Ephesians 2:1; Titus 3:3; Romans 1:32; 2:1-2). All of your good deeds cannot save you (Philippians 3:3-6; Romans 10:3). You are “helpless” to save yourself (Romans 5:6). Only Christ can redeem from sin.

Second, you must consider all the sins of which you are guilty (including all the ones you at one time thought were forgiven). Remember that those sins are responsible for the death of the Son of God. Those sins will also drag you down to hell and you will experience the holy and righteous wrath of God (Romans 1:18; 2:4-5). Allow sorrow to fill your heart and tears to fill your eyes because of the countless times you have grieved the heart of a loving God—because of your hardness of heart, selfishness, self-will, and often waywardness (cf. James 4:8-10).

Third, you must determine to turn from every sin of which you are aware. You must determine to utterly renounce your own self-will and eagerly embrace the will and ways of God. You must once for all put away the ways of the world and purpose to make Christ the center of your life as He is the center of the universe. As Paul well put it: “They who live should no longer live for themselves, but for Him who died and rose again on their behalf” (2 Corinthians 5:14; cf. verse 17; 2 Corinthians 7:10-11; Isaiah 55:6-7; Acts 17:30).

Fourth, if a specific sin or several sins are giving you special trouble, determine to root them out of your life forever with the help of God (cf. Romans 6:1-11; 8:13). Surrender your entire being, you will, your plans, you pleasures, your possessions, your future to the Lord. If outward changes of relationship, occupation, behavior, or activity need to be made, now is the time to purpose to do so (cf. Luke 19:8-10).

Fifth, you need to take a long, hard look at Jesus. Since Christ is in the center of God’s plan of redemption and all that we are called upon to do to be saved is directly related to Him, it is vital that you have the focus of your attention preeminently on Him. Read the passages that deal in a special way with the meaning of His atoning death and the significance of His resurrection (this, in fact, should be done before now, but it especially is suitable in producing faith which we now will notice). Read devotionally and study carefully the great sections dealing with salvation and its relationship with Christ (see Isaiah 53; Romans 3:19-30; 5:6-21; 6:23; 1 Corinthians 1:21-31; 15:1-28; 2 Corinthians 5:17-21; Ephesians 2:1-10, 11-22; Philippians 2:5-11; Titus 3:1-8; 1 Peter 2:21-25; 3:18). Read also the summary of sermons that Luke gives us in Acts.

Sixth, believe wholeheartedly that Jesus, in fact, is the very Son of God, the Messiah (i.e., the Christ or Anointed One of God), the exalted King with all authority, the Lord (or Ruler) of Heaven and Earth, and the Savior of the world. Accept as true the picture of Jesus portrayed in Scripture (cf. Acts 2:36; 5:30-31; 9:20; John 1:49; 4:42; 20:31; etc.). Believe that Jesus, in fact, did come in the flesh, did die on the cross as a sacrifice for your sins and for those of the world, and was raised from the dead by the power of God to sit in heaven with all glory and authority (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:1-5).

Seventh, place all of your trust in God to save you through Christ. Perhaps all of your life you have been trying to save yourself by being good enough, by your knowledge of the Bible, by refraining from certain sins, or by your supposed “membership in the church.” Maybe when you thought you were saved, you were trusting in your own obedience to certain “steps,” or you were relying on your submission to a correct baptism, or you were depending on being in the “right church” to be saved.

Now you must transfer trust from all you have done, are doing, and can do, and place all of your trust in the redemptive work of Christ upon the cross. You must depend upon the Son who was “lifted up” on the cross for your eternal salvation (cf. John 3:14-15; 12:32-33).

Your dependence and reliance must be wholly in a loving God—rather than yourself, your character, your achievements, your knowledge, your performance, your character, your religious or moral record, your relationships, your preacher or religious affiliation. Although not in a salvation context, the words of Paul give the principle: “We should not trust in ourselves, but in God who raises the dead” (2 Corinthians 1:9). Similar are the words of the Proverb: “Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5).

Eighth, confess the content of your faith in God and in the Lord Jesus Christ. The term confess in the Greek means “to speak or say the same thing.” Confess with your lips what God through Scripture has revealed to your mind and heart. If you recognize that you are a lost sinner, it would be fitting to confess this to God and man. (We suspect that Paul repeatedly and with much anguish confessed to God his grievous sins during his three-day prayer season in Damascus before the arrival of Ananias; cf. Acts 9:9, 11.) If you realize that Jesus is Christ, the One chosen of God to be King, and you have placed your faith in Him as Your Lord and the Lord of the universe, as the Son of God the Father, and as your Savior from sin—freely confess this.

Scripture is seemingly not altogether unequivocal regarding a formal confession, thus one cannot make a more precise demand than is clearly presented on its pages. A confession of Jesus to others would be entirely fitting and in order (cf. Matthew 10:32-33, in the setting of persecution, as well as 1 Timothy 6:12-13; 2 Timothy 2:12; Mark 8:38; note also Acts 8:37 in the latter MSS and KJV). A confession to Jesus Himself may be fitting and likewise reflected in Scripture: “The same Lord is Lord of all, abounding in riches for all who call upon Him; for ‘Whoever will call upon the name of the Lord will be saved'” Romans 10:12-13; cf. Acts 2:21; Joel 2:32). Notice the close relationship of this “calling” to baptism in Ananias’ command to the penitent Paul: “Arise, and be baptized, and wash away your sins, calling on His name” (Acts 22:16). (N.B., to “call on the name” of someone denoted calling on the person himself. Note also that in the Hebrew Scriptures, “calling on the name of Yahweh” denoted such ideas as invocation, entreaty, worship, supplication. Check an exhaustive concordance and Bible dictionary. Cf. Acts 9:14; 1 Corinthians 1:12; 2 Timothy 2:22.)

Ninth, the Lord calls upon you to be baptized in His name. At this point some may feel uncomfortable and be reluctant to proceed since they have experienced an immersion in water previously, and this was thought to be Scriptural baptism at the time. However, you should not hesitate to be reimmersed (rebaptized) if you come to the conclusion that your previous immersion was woefully defective in some way.

You may recall that the twelve Ephesian “disciples” (i.e., disciples of John) found it necessary to be “baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus” although they had previously been baptized “into John’s baptism” (Acts 19:3-5). Perhaps thousands of Jewish converts who had previously submitted to proselyte immersion were likewise immersed into Christ after hearing the gospel.

We can probably safely assume that literally tens of thousands of those who were on the rolls of the “churches of Christ” have been reimmersed because of dissatisfaction with a previous baptism. (Probably even some of these reimmersions misconceived the meaning of baptism because of previously mentioned reasons. As a note of interest, numerous Baptists have likewise been reimmersed since some Baptist denominations will not accept baptisms which were performed by other Baptist groups or other denominational bodies. We only mention this sectarian type of baptism as an example of reimmersion, for probably neither the first “baptism” nor the sectarian “rebaptism” in such groups constituted true Scriptural baptism.) If a previous baptism or previous baptisms were not Scriptural (for any reason noted above), you need to clarify in your mind why this is so and what real immersion into Christ actually is.

Keep in mind that your trust must be in Christ, not in baptism per se or your “obedience” to the Lord in this act. Let your reimmersion (actually your first true baptism into Christ) portray your faith in the crucified and risen Savior, and embody your death to sin and resurrection to walk a new life in the power of the Spirit. You will be making a clean break with sin and beginning a new life of complete commitment to Jesus as Lord. Also bear in mind that which God has so graciously provided for you in His Son as you humbly and trustfully give yourself to Him.

Although evidently no precise formula or special words are necessary to make baptism acceptable, the baptizer (whoever he may be) could fittingly convey Biblical teaching and truths as follows:

“Dear friend, you have now come confessing your faith in Jesus Christ and indicating your desire to be baptized into Him. This is the most significant time of your life, for you are separating yourself from sin and the world and are identifying yourself with God, His cause, and His family. You will no longer live according to that which pleases you, but will henceforth live for Christ, loving God with all of your heart, soul, mind, and strength. You will be baptized into Christ and His death, and will be raised through faith, to walk in newness of life.

“And now, ‘in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ,’ and according to His instructions, I baptize you ‘into the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit’ for ‘the forgiveness of your sins’ and ‘you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.’”

I encourage one who is being baptized to not be overly concerned about the water, the weather, the coldness, any spectators, or the unfamiliar surroundings. Rather, let him fix his mind on his Savior when he is baptized. He could well think of truths such as “death to sin” and “alive to God” or other such thoughts at the actual time of baptism, as well as conversing with Christ Himself (as mentioned before).

God, however, does not accept baptism because of everything being “perfect” but He looks at the person’s heart and sees his intentions and the object of his trust. What could those on Pentecost know after one sermon and little more (Acts 2:37-41)? How much could the Ethiopian comprehend after one session with Philip (Acts 8:26-39)? How deep could the pagan jailer’s understanding be after hearing the word of the Lord in the middle of the night (Acts 16:22-34)? (We should realize that there will be much growth of understanding after baptism, thus one need not be rebaptized simply because his knowledge of Christ and salvation deepens. Baptism is a one-time act and is not to be repeated if one’s first baptism was entirely Scriptural, within the context of Scriptural conversion to Christ and a Scriptural experience of salvation.

Whenever you as a believer rise from the baptismal waters, allow your heart to spontaneously be lifted to the God of your salvation in praise and adoration! Prayer should be the normal, spiritual experience of one who has made this significant and far-reaching response to his God (just as Jesus prayed at His own baptism, Luke 3:21).

Others could join in prayer, perhaps with laying on of hands, entreating God to allow the power of the Spirit to be exercised in your life (cf. Acts 19:6; Galatians 3:14; 4:6; note also the Spirit in relation to Jesus’ own baptism: Matthew 3:16-17; Mark 1:10-11; Luke 3:21-22). The joy of the Lord will permeate the whole experience—including the angels of God in Heaven (cf. Acts 8:39; 13:52; 16:30-34; Luke 15:7, 10)!

Your Life in Christ

It would be helpful and bring joy to your heart, after making such a response, to spend time studying the great blessings that are yours as a believer in Christ. Relevant topics would include justification (accepted by God as righteous), redemption (bought from the slavery of sin by Christ’s blood), regeneration (the new spiritual birth into God’s family), sanctification (set apart from sin to God), forgiveness (removal of sin and its guilt), reconciliation (reunited to God), adoption (placed as a son and heir of God), and salvation (past, present and future).

A study of such meaningful gifts, blessings, and experiences will thrill you as you comprehend more fully the riches that are yours through the Lord Jesus Christ, His death, resurrection, and present session in Heaven. God has indeed “blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ” (Ephesians 1:3; cf. verses 3-23)!

Your life after making this initial response is to reflect your position in Christ. As Paul wrote, “As you therefore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him, having been firmly rooted and now being built up in Him and established in your faith, just as you were instructed, and overflowing with gratitude” (Colossians 2:6-7).

You would do well to study the privileges and responsibilities that come because of your new spiritual status. Consider that you are a child of God the Father, an heir of God’s riches, a saint or “holy one” (one separated from sin to God), a disciple (a follower and learner) of Jesus, a Christian (one who is of “Christ”), a servant or slave (belonging to Christ), a brother or sister (belonging to God’s spiritual family). Use your Bible to examine all of these terms, noting the blessings of grace and the solemn obligations you have to live so as to reflect your position in the Lord.

Now that you have truly repented, continue to live a life of repentance. As you discover that your life is out of harmony with God’s will for you in any particular, repent and change this area, and thus be further conformed to the image of Christ. “Put on the new self, which in the likeness of God has been created in righteousness and holiness of the truth” (Ephesians 5:24). “You laid aside the old self with its evil practices, and have put on the new self who is being renewed to a true knowledge according to the image of the One who created him” (Colossians 3::9-10). You are now to follow the example of Jesus your Lord, and are to allow the Holy Spirit to work actively in your life to produce spiritual fruit (Galatians 5:22-24).

You must continually “lay aside” those attitudes and behaviors out of harmony with the Father’s will, and “put on” Christ and those qualities He wants to produce in your life. Every believer is to be “transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as from the Lord, the Spirit” (2 Corinthians 3:18). (Carefully study such passages as (Romans 6:1-23; 8:1-39; 12:1-21; 2 Corinthians 4:10-11; 5:14-21; 6:14-18; 10:3-5; Galatians 5:16-6:5; Ephesians 4:17-5:21; Philippians 2:1-18; 4:4-9, 13; Colossians 3:1-17; 1 John.)

Study the Theme of Salvation

We hope that this discussion on the deficiencies in the “steps of salvation,” as commonly presented, compared with the Biblical meaning of salvation through Christ, has been helpful to you. Maybe you yet cannot see the points we are trying to make. If so, please go back and carefully reread this treatment, page by page, thinking not only of the “Church” as a whole, but your own belief and teaching of the so-called “plan of salvation.”

Maybe you have been spiritually dissatisfied or confused for some time and this discussion has served to open your eyes more fully. Do what you can to point others to “the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God” and pray that God will more fully reveal to you and others “the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ” (2 Corinthians 4:4-6).

Perhaps you have been newly awakened to the fact that you actually are unsaved. You really do not know God personally and experientially, and have never been savingly received by Christ. This may be a shocking realization for you, and you still cannot put all the pieces together. Maybe you are chagrined in having challenged those in the “denominational world” to be saved and now you realize that you too need to be saved from sin. (No doubt this would be similar to Paul’s realization that his previous zeal, devotion, and work were misdirected. He also needed to make a drastic change in his thinking and practice. Cf. Acts 9:3-22; Galatians 1:13-16, 23; Romans 10:1-4).

You may be angered at the religious “system” and traditional preaching that caused your own deception for many years. Or you may be bewildered, not knowing what to do; or embarrassed in having to admit your ignorance; or ashamed because you must face others and admit your wrong.

Whatever your feelings or whatever your present situation, take time to thoughtfully, prayerfully, study these issues. Read over this study again. Perhaps put your ideas down on paper that you may be better able to understand them. Keep the Lord Jesus Christ and the “good news” (gospel) of the grace of God (cf. Acts 20:24b) constantly before you, evaluating salvation in this marvelous light.

If you do conclude, by God’s grace, that you personally need to respond to Christ for salvation, He will help you and will joyfully receive you. Notice His gracious words to those who were burdened by a system of self-salvation:

“Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you, and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble of heart; and you shall find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy, and My load is light” (Matthew 11:28-30).

Rejoice also in the welcome, life-giving words of unadulterated grace:

“Where sin increased, grace abounded all the more, that, as sin reigned in death, even so grace might reign through righteousness to eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. . . . for the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 5:20b, 21; 6:23).

May you be able to joyfully sing as an expression of your own trust in the crucified, risen, and exalted Lord:

My faith has found a resting place,

Not in device nor creed;

I trust the Ever-living One,

His wounds for me shall plead.

Enough for me that Jesus saves,

This ends my fear and doubt;

A sinful soul I came to Him,

He’ll never cast me out.

My heart is leaning on the Word,

The written Word of God;

Salvation by my Savior’s name,

Salvation through His blood.

I need no other argument,

I need no other plea;

It is enough that Jesus died,

And that He died for me.

Appendix

What Others are Saying

I thought it wise to examine this issue further by searching the Internet for information on what is being taught in Churches of Christ on salvation. Let’s examine briefly a few presentations on the “Plan of Salvation.”

One website has a home page with the selection offered: “What must I do to be saved.” When one clicks this, he is taken to a page entitled, “Plan of Salvation.” The author presents a chart on conversions in Acts. Columns are given to “heard,” “believed,” “repented,” “confessed,” and “baptized.” The chart reveals that each conversion included baptism. This kind of chart does have an important place in graphically showing the importance of baptism in conversion. The writer of the chart lesson states: “The Bible teaches that baptism is for the remission of sins. Every person whose conversion is recorded in the New Testament was baptized. Why do so many tell us that baptism has nothing to do with conversion?” Under the chart, the writer lists the “steps of salvation” and offers a Bible verse for each one—including Hear, Believe, Repent, Confess, Be baptized, and Live faithfully unto death.” Finally, at the end, we see the admonition: Return to the divinely authorized plan of salvation.

In this case, the reader would receive the impression that all of these “steps” are important, and would conclude that baptism is especially important. With the article/chart titled “Plan of Salvation” and the conclusion, “Return to the divinely authored plan of salvation,” we are justified in concluding that people who want to be saved will think that people can save themselves by following the “steps of salvation” in God’s “plan of salvation.” But where is God’s grace? Where is Christ’s redemptive death and life-giving resurrection? Where is the sin-bearing work of Christ on the cross in this kind of presentation? (ghchurchofchrist.org/plansalvation.html)

An examination of another website for the “Church of Christ” yields a more balanced and accurate view of salvation. This is the summary of salvation according to this church:

About Salvation

We all need salvation because we have all sinned and fallen short of God’s glory. Sin separates us from God who desires relationship with us. It is impossible for any man to restore that broken relationship with God by any amount of personal goodness, religious deeds, or by belonging to a church. We cannot earn, merit or achieve a right relationship with God by our own efforts. The death of Jesus was not an accident but was God’s plan from the beginning to save us from our sins through the death of Jesus Christ. The Bible calls God’s act of love, grace His grace is His gift to us. The way we receive His gift is by placing our trust and faith in Him. When we decide that we will follow Jesus for the rest of our lives, we demonstrate our trust in Jesus by obeying His command to be immersed (baptized) in water demonstrating the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus. (norwoodchurchofchrist.net)

In contrast to the previous presentation, you will notice that this one plainly says that we are not saved by personal effort but by the sacrificial death of Christ. We respond to this by faith in Christ that will lead us to be baptized. We have no way of knowing what place this congregation gives to repentance. At least, this presentation appears to be a more balanced way of looking at this subject.

Yet another congregation has a webpage selection that is entitled, “God’s Plan of Salvation.”

See: Bellevuechurchofchrist.net/plan%20of%20salvation.htm. They claim that this “plan” includes two parts. Notice the way they put it:

“God’s Plan of Salvation”

GOD’S PART

1. The great love of God for man (John 3:16)
2. He gave His Son, Jesus Christ, as the Saviour (Luke 19:10)
3. Sent the Holy Spirit as a guide (John 16:13)
4. Gave the Gospel as “the power” unto salvation (Romans 1:16)
5. Provided atonement by the blood of Christ (Romans 5:9)

MAN’S PART

1. Hear the Gospel. (Romans 10:17, John 8:32)
2. Believe the Gospel (Hebrews 11:6, John 20:31)
3. Repent of past sins (Luke 13:3, Acts 17:30)
4. Confess faith in Jesus Christ (Romans 10:10, Matthew 10:32)
5. Be Baptized (Galatians 3:27, Mark 16:16, Acts 2:38)
6. Be faithful unto death (Revelations 2:10)

While there is some truth to all of these statements, one continues to receive the impression that salvation includes God’s part and Man’s part—that it is a 50/50 arrangement. It would be much more accurate to emphasize that salvation is fully and completely the work of God in Christ Jesus, and the way we respond to this is through a repentant faith expressed in baptism. We might also notice that “man’s part” consists of six points that have a definite legalistic slant to them. It is far different from what a balanced treatment of the gospel would suggest.

As we go to another congregation’s website, we notice a selection entitled, “God’s Way of Salvation.” (home.hiwaay.net/~wgann/sermons/salvat.htm) In this case, the writer begins with the question, “Why did Jesus come?” He answers this by citing Luke 19:10 and John 10:10. The next point is “Who may be saved?” This is answered with a reference to John 3:16 and 2 Peter 3:9. The third point in the article: “Obedience is necessary.” Here Matthew 7:21 and Hebrews 5:8-9 are quoted. Next comes, “Faith is necessary,” where Hebrews 11:6 and John 8:24 are quoted. After this, we have, “Repentance is necessary,” with Luke 13:3 and Acts 17:30 quoted. After this comes, “Confession of Christ is necessary,” and Romans 10:10 and Matthew 10:32 are quoted. Then comes, “Baptism is necessary,” with Acts 2:38; 1 Peter 3:21; and Acts 22:16 are quoted. After this, we read, “Works are necessary,” and this is proved by John 6:29; Philippians 2:12; James 2:220, 24, 26.

In this presentation of “God’s Way of Salvation,” we again have the impression that we contribute much—even most—to our own salvation. Further, the way all of this is presented, we see the “steps of salvation” concept clearly portrayed. You might also notice that there isn’t a word about Christ’s saving death and resurrection in this presentation.

Another website of a “Church of Christ” has the article: “Steps to Salvation.” (biblequestions.org/Salvation.htm) The site says that the articles appeared first in the newspaper. Then they say: “These articles have been controversial to some because they teach plain truths from God’s word that are opposed to modern day thinking.” The following article, claiming to give the “steps of salvation,” therefore, is thought to be plain truths from God’s word. We read the following:

What is required of me?

It is God’s will that all men should turn to Him: 2 Peter 3: 9; Ezek. 33: 11; Acts 3: 19
We must have faith, and be willing to seek out the Truth: Heb. 11: 6; Psa. 119: 9
We must be willing to hear God’s Word: Rev 2: 7; Mt. 11: 15; Rom. 10: 17
True Faith will cause us to render obedience to God’s will: Eph. 2: 10; Jn. 14: 15; 1 Jn. 5: 3; Rev. 22: 14
We have to take an active part in achieving salvation: Jn. 6: 27; Phil. 2: 12-15
So then, what are these acts of obedience, steps of salvation, that are an active proof of our faith?
a. As already mentioned, we must first hear God’s Word – Rom. 10: 17

b. We must believe – Acts 10: 43; 16: 31

c. True belief will produce repentance – Acts 2: 38; 3:19

d. This change of life & attitude will produce in us the desire to confess Jesus as Lord – Rom. 10: 9-10; Matt. 16: 15-16

e. As an act of humility, faith and obedience we will immediately submit to baptism Acts 22: 16; Gal. 3: 27; 2 Cor. 5: 17; 1 Pet. 3:21; Acts 2: 38.

f. Now, as “New Creatures” it will be our desire to remain faithful at all times, rising to walk a New Life (Rom. 6: 4). We can read of many who were faithful to God in Heb. chapter 11, the book of Revelation, chapter 2 and verse 10 teaches us that God expects us to remain faithful, even unto the point of death.

Again in this presentation, we receive the definite impression that we must comply with these “steps” to be saved and there seems to be very little interest in relating this to the good news of Christ’s saving death and resurrection.

As we go to another website, we notice one that answers the question, “What is Saving Faith?” (gospelway.com/topics/salvation/saving_faith.php) How is this presented? At the risk of becoming too detailed here, I’ll give the full answer that they provide:

The Bible speaks of people who are saved by faith, but it also mentions others who have “faith,” yet are not saved. What then is required in order for a person to “believe to the saving of the soul” (Hebrews 10:39)?

Saving faith requires 3 things. First is conviction. One must be convinced in his heart that God exists – Hebrews 11:6. Yet, this conviction alone is not enough to save, since James 2:19 says that demons believe there is one God, but they are not saved. So, something more must be required in order for one to have saving faith.

Faith also requires trust in God. One must depend on God as the source of salvation. Daniel was saved from the lions, because he believed in God (Daniel 6:23). He did not just accept in his heart that God exists. He trusted God to deliver him from the lions.

Yet, one does not really trust God unless he has the last element of faith, and that is obedience. Now, many people will tell you that you are saved by faith without obedience. But the truth is that faith that does not obey is faith that does not save. James 2:14-26 shows that faith without obedience cannot justify, because it is dead and barren. Hebrews chapter 11 is the role call of Old Testament people of faith. But, when you study their lives you will see that every individual was rewarded by God only after his faith led him to obey God – never before that!

It is said that years ago a man was about to push a wheelbarrow across a tightrope over Niagara Falls. He asked the crowd how many believed he could make it. Many held up their hands. Then he asked them how many had faith enough to ride in the wheelbarrow! No, you do not need to cross Niagara Falls in a wheelbarrow to please God, but you do need the kind of faith that leads you to act in obedience to His revealed teachings.

Once again, we can see that the major thrust in the requirement of faith is the issue of obedience. We acknowledge that faith should and must lead to obedience; otherwise it is not saving faith. However, surely faith is something more than a means toward obedience. God is glorified when a person is willing to believe Him and trust in Him and in His promises. Furthermore, surely saving faith is a faith directed toward Christ and His saving death on the cross for our sins. It is a trust and reliance on what Christ has done for me in bearing my sins!

As we look at another website sponsored by a “Church of Christ,” we notice a page that is entitled “Plan of Salvation.” (graychurchofchrist.org/planofsalvation.htm). Do you suppose that here we might find Christ crucified and risen as the basis of our being saved from sin? No, this is the “plan of salvation” according to this place:

We MUST:

HEAR the word of truth. ( Romans 10:13-17 )
BELIEVE the truth. ( Hebrews 11:6; John 8:24 )
REPENT from all sins. ( Luke 13:3; Acts 2:38 )
CONFESS name of Christ. ( Matthew 10:32-33; Acts 8:35-39 )
Be BAPTIZED in His name. ( Mark 16:16; 1Pet 3:21; Col 2:12 )
WALK in newness of life Be FAITHFUL unto death.( Romans 6:1-4; Revelation 2:10 )

Similar to the above, another website has the “Plan of Salvation” on a page. (leicester-churchofchrist.org/plan_of_salvation.html). Under this heading, they have a five-step “plan”: (1) Believe, (2) Repent, (3) Confess Jesus, (4) Be baptized, and (5) Live faithful life. Apparently it is commonplace, even normal, for these churches to focus on what man must do to be saved by the Sovereign God.

Notice yet another church website that purports to give the “plan of salvation” so that the reader may now how he can get to heaven.(melrose-drive.org/plan_of_salvation.html):

The Way of Salvation Revealed in the Bible

Salvation Is Obtained Only Through Christ

“knowing that you were not redeemed with corruptible things, like silver or gold, from your aimless conduct received by tradition from your fathers, but with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot.” (1 Peter 1:18-19)

To Be Saved The Sinner Must:

1. Obey Christ

“And having been perfected, He became the author of eternal salvation to all who obey Him,” (Hebrews 5:9)

2. Believe

“But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.” (Hebrews 11:6)

“He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned.” (Mark 16:16)

3. Repent

“Truly, these times of ignorance God overlooked, but now commands all men everywhere to repent,” (Acts 17:30)

“The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some count slackness, but is longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance.” (2 Peter 3:9)

4. Confess

“For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.” (Romans 10:10)

“Then Philip opened his mouth, and beginning at this Scripture, preached Jesus to him. Now as they went down the road, they came to some water. And the eunuch said, “See, here is water. What hinders me from being baptized?” Then Philip said, “If you believe with all your heart, you may.” And he answered and said, “I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.” So he commanded the chariot to stand still. And both Philip and the eunuch went down into the water, and he baptized him.” (Acts 8:35-38)

5. Be Baptized

“He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned.” (Mark 16:16)

“Or do you not know that as many of us as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death?” (Romans 6:3)

“Then Peter said to them, “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” (Acts 2:38)

All Examples of conversion in the New Testament include Baptism. Baptism is a requirement of salvation. When posed with the question, “…Men and brethren, what shall we do?” Peter said to them, “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.”(Acts 2: 37-38)

Again, the impression is left with the reader that one may be saved by what we do, without consideration of what God has already done for our redemption!

Here is another website that offers the “plan of salvation” for the reader. Under a heading that says “How to Become a Christian,” we read the following (northriverchurchofchrist.org/6.html):

God’s children in the first century were Christians, nothing more, nothing less, nothing else. The thing that made them Christians will also make us Christians now.

1. The first requirement of the gospel is faith. A person must believe in Jesus Christ as the son of God to be saved. Jesus said in John 8:24, “If you do not believe that I am He, you will dies in your sins” (compare with Acts 8:37; Hebrews 11:6). “Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God” (Romans 10:17).

2. The Lord requires repentance (Luke 13:3; Acts 2:38). Repentance involves Godly sorrow, which leads to a change of mind, resulting in a reformation of one’s life (see 2 Corinthians 7:9).

3. A confession of faith in Jesus Christ as the Son of God is prerequisite to scriptural baptism (compare with Acts 8:36-38; Matthew 10:32; Romans 10:10).

4. In New Testament times, no one was recognized as being “in Christ” (where salvation is found, see Ephesians 1:7) unless one had submitted to the commands of baptism (immersion) for (or unto) the remission of sins (Acts 2:38; Romans 6:1-11; Acts 22:16; Galatians 3:26-27). There is absolutely nothing denominational in any way whatsoever about that. But men denominationalize these teachings; they say we are saved by faith alone (which is not true, see James 2:14-26). Men say baptism is non-essential; the Bible says baptism “saves us” (1 Peter 3:21), and that it is the place where we access the blood of Christ which is the cleansing power (Acts 22:16; Romans 6:4). False teachers denominationalize the truth by saying sprinkling and pouring are just as good for baptism as immersion. The Bible teaches we are buried and raised in baptism (Romans 6:4; Colossians 2:12).

Is this H-B-R-C-B formula (hear, believe, repent, confess, be baptized) the whole story? Is this all that a sinner needs to know to be saved? No, each of these “components” or “factors” in the human response must be related to Jesus Christ, the Lord, the Son of God, the One who sacrificed Himself for the sins of the world.

Sometimes these elements in the human response are given in a very succinct manner. Another website of the “Church of Christ” gives this as the “Plan of Salvation”

(pleasantgrovecoc.org/Plan_of_Salvation.html):

Hear Romans 10:17

Believe John 3:16

Repent Acts 17:30

Confess Romans 10:9-10

Be baptized Acts 2:38

This shows that this “plan” becomes so familiar and so codified that it needs little more. As I researched this point, I went to many websites to examine what these churches believed about God’s “plan of salvation.” I could have included dozens of other examples on these pages, and many of these simply listed the above “steps of salvation” as God’s divine “plan of salvation” for the redemption of mankind.

One website offers at least a little glimpse of the redemptive death of Christ before offering the “Plan” (pataskalachurchofchrist.org/id32.html). Here is their presentation, under a heading “God’s Plan of Salvation”:

According to the Bible all people have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. There is none righteous (Romans 3:10, 23). Man is unable to save himself. God knew this. Because of God’s deep love for man He devised a plan to remove his sin and save his soul eternally. This plan centered on the sacrificial death of His only Son, Jesus Christ. It was God’s great gift of love, mercy and grace (John 3:16; Ephesians 2:4-9). However, this great gift of salvation is conditional. To receive the benefits man must meet the conditions as follows:

1. Hear the gospel message………..John 6:45; Romans 10:17

2. Believe in Jesus Christ………….John 3:16; Ephesians 2:8-9

3. Repent of sin……………………Acts 3:19; Luke 13:3

4. Confess faith in Christ………….Matthew 10:32; Romans 10:9-10

5. Be baptized (immersed)…………John 3:5; Acts 2:38; Mark 16:16

6. Live faithfully…………………..Revelation 2:10; Romans 5:1-2

Let’s notice one more treatment of this issue. One website has this title for an article: “God’s Plan for Your Salvation.” For the article above, notice this website: oldpaths.com/Archive/Blackstone/John/David/Jr/1978/plan.html. Will this author show how Christ is the center of God’s plan for our salvation from sin? Here is the article:

God’s plan for your salvation

The scriptures show that many things must take place in order for someone to have his sins forgiven:

· One must hear the message of the gospel: Romans 10:14

How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed?
And how shall they believe in Him whom they have not heard?

· One must believe the message: Romans 10:14; Hebrews 11:6

And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who seek him.

· One must repent of one’s sins: Luke 13:1-5,6-9 (verse 3)

Unless you repent, you will all likewise perish.

Acts 3:19

Repent therefore and return, that your sins may be wiped away, in order that times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord

This means a change of heart. It is shown by a change of actions: Matthew 3:8

Therefore bring forth fruit in keeping with repentance.

· One must confess his belief in Jesus: Matthew 10:32-33

Everyone therefore who shall confess Me before men, I will also confess him before My Father who is in heaven. But whoever shall deny Me before men, I will also deny him before My Father who is in heaven.

· One must then be baptized, which means immersed, in the name (by the authority of) Jesus for the forgiveness of sins: Acts 2:38

Repent and let each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins.

This is done in water: I Peter 3:20-21; Acts 8:36;10:47

…who refused to obey God long ago in the time of Noah. God was waiting patiently for them while Noah was building the boat. Only a few people — eight in all — were saved by water. And that water is like baptism that now saves you (NCV).

And as they went along the road they came to some water; and the eunuch said, “Look! Water! What prevents me from being baptized?”

Surely no one can refuse the water for these to be baptized who have received the Holy Spirit just as we did, can he?

One who is immersed, or baptized, is buried in water as Christ was buried in the ground, and then raised, forgiven, to walk in newness of life: Romans 6:3-4; John 3:5

Or do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus have been baptized into His death? Therefore we have been buried with Him through baptism into death, in order that as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life.

Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.

God saves those who do these things, and adds them to his church: Acts 2:47

And the Lord was adding to their number day by day those who were being saved.

When one does these things, he calls on the name of the Lord: Romans 10:13

for “Whoever will call upon the name of the Lord will be saved.”

And now I put a question to you that was put to Paul before he became a Christian:

And now why do you delay? Arise, and be baptized, and wash away your sins, calling on His name. Acts 22:16

As we have seen so many times before, here again we see that “God’s plan of salvation” is thought of as being certain “steps of salvation” that are believed to be the epitome of this plan. Christ Himself and Christ crucified are largely absent. The very center of salvation does not have the place that it deserves—and must have! Most of these and other presentations that we could have included give us largely a man-centered salvation, an obedience-centered salvation, or a works-orientated salvation—instead of a Christ-centered salvation!

——————————————————————————

End Notes

[i] In some respects we feel uncomfortable using this term since the early believers did not have an exclusive, official, identifying name. In these pages we refer to the “church of Christ.” Some would freely use the capitals in reference to this group, “Church of Christ,” while others would contend that this is denominational in thinking.

[ii] We use this term in an accommodative manner with reference to the more conservative, non-instrumental branch of the American “Restoration Movement” which began in the nineteenth century by Campbell, Stone, Scott, and others. Thereby we do not indicate an endorsement, without qualification, of such a name.

[iii] This present booklet is an attempt to reissue an earlier study written about 1985. The present one has been reworked and updated to reflect more seasoned thought and study but the basic content remains unchanged.

[iv] I refer to the large and liberal churches, mainline ones, the smaller conservative ones, the “non-institutional” and premillennial churches, various “one cup” churches, mutual ministry churches, non-Bible class churches, and others.

Comments are closed.

where to buy levitra in thailand mexican viagra finasteride tablets for sale zoloft ptsd can i buy a college essay job resumes where+to+buy+viagra+in+toronto reviews viagra essay on paediatric nursing essays and compassion essay essay on ira levitra vs glaucoma viagra ukraine the kamagra man fans of viagra college paper service more speech examples of good college essays about yourself essay topcs viagra and hearing loss uncle z viagra viagra buy india ventolin mexico how to find email icon on iphone 6 j essayes custom written term papers pantheon essay how do i retrieve deleted junk mail on my iphone diasthesis of my viagra site prednisone acne sites for essay writing essay comedy female viagra sildenafil side effects viagra spam cheap viagra 25mg lasix ascites cheap custom essay papers mongol essays essay my job experience ghostwritter buy cialis, us silagra 25 mg good articles to write about essays speech good college research paper topics paba synthesis buy perrigo mometasone furoate cream xp viagra online services for writing services essays gmat can you buy cialis over the counter uk levitra herbal corporate governance case study essayacademia canada alli diet pills koktel viagra what can i do to help the world essay arguing essay write research papers for money old age essays lab 1 preparing a short research paper revise essay compare viagra and sildenafil viagra and ttc karen handel victory speech cars essay side effect of cialis levitra order cialis generic versus brand name tomar o cialis viagra ad venture zithromax pack how to change my primary email on my iphone lyric essay buy viagra over the counter manchester melatonin nhs zithromax 500mg tablets cialis cpr 28 taking viagra youtube clomid in boys buy priligy without prescription viagra uk law nifedipine cialis 5mg n1 many hours does viagra work nolvadex male college essay edit jim crow essay homework service bib outline viagra pills from canada 365tabs viagra doctors houston fill viagra buy viagra regina flagyl canine examples of a college essay introduction critic websites essay on nursing profession florida essay propecia for hairloss viagra edad cialis south africa online brand of viagra how do i get my emails instantly on my iphone 8 rest paper how to change autofill email on iphone x assign duties definition of discuss in academic writing essay 2 sildenafil 100mg generic news viagrass best way to use cialis cialis a venda can i buy viagra from walmart viagra slang Buy Stendra Tablets Online viagra ne icin viagra over the counter walmart cialis order uk music composition software for ipad pro coursework a04 icd 10 speech disturbance jamaica essays viagra on craigslist viagra issues explanatory essay samples analyzed essay newspaper paper book essay get free trial viagra doping viagra essay writing services diathesis study viagra tubs in cialis good cause and effect essay topics 200 word essay conservation of forest essay hazlitt essays viagra expiration date cpps cialis viagra 100mg 4 film tablet viagra fake valtrex buy online over night shipped cialis import viagra on alcohol propranolol je essay john locke write eop essay cytotec in canada viagra opinie u s viagra by mail cialis de lilly online melhor cialis a plan for the essay data analys 95 thesis of martin luther easy essay com trusted cialis suppliers propecia use can viagra be injected is cialis otc civil service essay ginsberg essay viagra music video cialis eestis graduation essay summary the ged essay speech communication case study 3 best sample essay writing essay patterns viagra dosage with food viagra avigra Generic Synthroid cialis china dapoxetine plus viagra 10 lu cialis shop for viagra amoxil mexico viagra online free shipping australia 12 cialis urdu essay thesis model prednisone cause insomnia viagra ice tea buy-nolvadex.com review pharmacy clomid term paper writers letter cover it resume writing services vcsel thesis statistics assignment help fathers essay buy cialis pattaya buy viagra uae cialis cheap uk viagra troches viagra 50 mg fass propecia goodrx persuasive essay handout juno essay extasy and viagra cari viagra compare viagra cialis etc buy cialis now onlinepharmacydirectly taking viagra buy viagra in budapest cialis femme personal statement online help blogger jobs write my admission essay toefl essay buy s from canada with paypal viagra age 40 the rivue secrecy essay how can i know the ip address of my laptop woman writers quelle viagra acheter khasiat viagra zithromax z pak online levitra cp how do i send and receive messages on my ipad proofreaders que tipos de viagras existen motilium que es cialis e20 prizer viagra professional custom essay writing service my thesis uk viagra us drugs stors viagra.com cost diagnostic test 1 parts of speech diary essay how to write good resume objective biografhy cialis cost daily use viagra x lei testing cialis iv lasix push quelle est la diffГ©rence entre le cialis et le viagra cialis stomaco antabuse bijsluiter viagra muscles kamagra green pills vs viagra cialis helped me xenical london cialis paypal lasix given for antibiotics no prescription glaxo gsk cialis rcm purchase cialis and viagra cipro meds buy alli tablets in turkey viagra slogan meridia weight loss online buying nolvadex mexico is viagra available over the counter in new zealand accutane cost buy viagra bangkok animal viagra is ok to take 2 20 milligram of cialis clomid visa viagra side effects runny nose xenical harga where was obama's daughter during farewell speech new movie of viagra joke names flagyl 4000 mg how do you delete emails on ipad air swedish essays cialis use ventolin ndc kamagra com uk nolvadex ulotka viagra mail order no prescription clomid averages herbal viagra stamina viagra cipla how to write a summary of career goals 1234 essays cialis in canda @ health mart viagra apoteka viagra kaufen ohne rezept deutschland viagra launch buy brand viagra online zovirax samples viagra commercial canyon lodge viagra english online homework solutions kataang essay best viagra india viagra dallas generic viagra versus generic cialis pills viagra israel cytotec use for abortion viagra blau salezhelp buy gabapentin buy viagra mexico vicodin viagra can i get furosemide without rx levitra vision viagra 10 generic viagra tesco where to purchase viagra in australia vegas viagra trusted no prescription needed online pharmacies le cialis 5mg how do i delete emails from my ipad air entry essay personal reflection paper orwell essays kopa cialis cialis x pramil viagra za mlade viagra doses cialis e dor nas costas zoloft onset viagra sweat pass out cialis offerte why can't i open my email on my ipad prothesis bra buying deal discount viagra cialis 72 ore lasix low sodium amoxil bencard ile kosztuje cialis na recepte 123doc viagra viagra pfizer djelovanje flagyl 500 mg viagra foods smoking viagra viagra vs cialis pharmacy Avodart echeck online pharmacys viagra a gel antibiotics from canada without prescription college viagra video game companies hiring writers love is essay an essay on my ideal world elfin thesis generic cialis black lawsuit viagra buy viagra without rx accutane xanax cialis and flomax together viagra in sa viagra cost walmart compare viagra internet sales viagra kzshare viagra compare and contrast essay outline example essay arts viagra moterims viagra irc viagra over the counter in canada levitra 24h how to be a better essay writer thesis utk how much is viagra in cancun viagra mens how to find the ip address range of a company thesis block viagra blue big love tabs viagra cialis in jamaica available levitra mitbbs how to solve mole problems in chemistry handicap essay quotes for essays autism thesis how to burn a disk on a macbook pro rasicm essay achat de viagra sur le net wei ge viagra clozaril rsm cialis impotence treatment online viagra cialis tv eritromicina 500 mg levitra dosis buy online cytotect cialis mg 10 how can i get viagra without a doctor viagra jake top essay writing service essay types of tv antenna tower collapse case study nyu thesis write an essay about yourself example afo prosthesis viagra treatment for bph viagra talk herbal viagra health bph cialis viagra without a prescription ontario kop cialis sat tips and tricks essay elisa essay emotional intelligence essay house work costa rica research paper my essay get someone to do my homework essay bones cheap soft viagra cialis work synthroid high cap viagra is 35 too young for viagra levetiracetam why nyu essay seattle essay i need help with my biology homework case vignette can prednisone cause thrush amoxil walmart college essay services college resume do my essay me free get synthesis buy viagra philippines cialis hearing motilium bula le iene viagra write an essay on family life que j essaye buy viagra in south africa epimen viagra viagra medication online cvs sell viagra blue root viagra pepcid viagra how to get free inhalers buying viagra overnight shipping cialis viagra deaths help on homework online phb synthesis self help essay network thesis silagra kaufen in thailand viagra mg prednisone benefits viagra 75 cialis levitra viagra vs viagra vendas can i buy azithromycin at a pharmacy in canada viagra zagreb mandala essay examples miller essays college admission essay editing services hamelt essays cause and effect of junk food essay israel essay qnexa buy it online zithromax xl how do i get viagra for free cialis und bph medrol 4mg from mexico viagra drinks how to write a blurb about yourself for work essays schools zithromax tinnitus strip viagra effective communication nursing essay proff reading guaranteed cheapest viagra metformin hcl like cialis summary of essay forgetting popular essays surpasse le viagra et le cialis levitra staxyn just buy essay discount camus essays presentation charts adult essay professional case study writers magwitch essay viagra effects viagra resmi does levitra work for women viagra c5 emotional intelligence essay economic thesis learn to write paper term papers argument essay sample jatte essay achat viagra par cheque nombre viagra viagra kaufen paris cialis levitra and nitrates viagra order uk professional viagra apa itu cialis viagra and diabetes men atarax canada seit wann gibt es cialis viagra virus viagra red cialis viagra cabo a2 salters chemistry coursework candide essay buy valacyclovir hcl online viagra+150 viagra pill life cialis hapi most reliable viagra viagrah proscar 5 mg finasteride no prescription paypal xenical images essay about final exams nsf grf essays best price viagra in australia 25 mg viagra cheapest viagra tablets viagra genuine get paid to write essays qfd essay viagra shipped from united states viagra graphs viagra cialis levitra online levitra jakarta desi viagra cytotec walmart viagra kaufen salzburg cgv viagra buying viagra in philippines viagra school trump un speech youtube electric essay how do i delete emails from my iphone x mba essay edit viagra chicks viagra a board what is a natural substitute for viagra cialis danmark gateway hypothesis essay for ucf how to burn slideshow to dvd on macbook pro disunion essay prednisone shot viagra analy websites that do homework for you bachelor essay protestant reformation essay thesis fund how to know the ip address of my pc in linux leapor an essay henry ford essay glass essay buy viagra fast delivery viagra starter viagra expiration cialis egipski biaxin canada viagra gold uk thesis citation movie genre cheap viagra in nz us cialis Prochlorperazine levitra china should college be free essay 3 x 5 essay generic cialis mexican ziac gmat essay tips mcluhan essay order viagra without a prescription cialis ansia top 10 essay writers mit essay how to write a research paper in a day awp essay urspr ngliche verwendung von viagra cialis costo cheapest place to buy viagra hot rod viagra purchasing predisone by mail kamagra now how to write an admission essay obomas speech write an essay on my ideal teacher thesis psu viagra edinburgh news search site cialis ad girl viagra-vitamins.com reviews 100 mg viagra what is more effective,cialis or viagra? viagra doses viagra ile kosztuje kwikmed viagra viagra pills for women vendo cialis generic viagra wiki viagra uk sites research proposal in computer science home work live exercise essay fadiman essay viagra natural chino viagra muscles marketing problem solving fcf hypothesis pastilla azul viagra viagra buyers how to write a 2 paragraph essay wireless essay how do i put my school email on my iphone ayl essay homework help science mmpa essay viagra pennies cialis 5mg box viagra little blue pill viagra effekt cheap viagra india ventolin msds girls on viagra viagra ehow celebrexsavings usar la viagra landslide case study how to a essay dove comprare cialis cialis 10 o 20 generic viagra india online calias viagra how to write an essay from an interview yale mba essay buy viagra singapore viagra za priligy 60mg canadian pharmacy lasix diabetis discount cialis australia viagra s ljes college admission essay writing service fbi essay does singulair work like viagra 88 keys viagra 10mg vs 20mg of cialis bula viagra 50 buy college research paper rsm mba essays ged with viagra viagra use time viagra language viagra .ch viagra going generic in canada nflrc viagra prednisone sale cialis funny comprar viagra capital federal zinc vs viagra essay organizer online samples essays how to buy viagra tablets viagra sverige brand viagra from india levitra ireland viagra website viagra neo viagra cheap online cialis ebay uk is it safe to buy cialis online from canada levitra prijs how to write a reflective critique ccrs essays internet assignment zynthesis 2006 anafranil viagra uses how to write a sales pitch about yourself cwg 2010 essay scam indian viagra dubai cialis je lek canada propecia flomax levitra essay on goals r3 synthesis good site buy essay thesis spacing buy viagra professional online viagra kaina writing a critical review essay essays why mba misoprostol sale viagra at 18 viagra purchase online with mastercad zoloft jokes executive resume writing service canada temple essay viagra blue genuine cut i tried viagra where can i buy clomid pills cytotec quiapo vintage christmas wrapping paper images essay spain case study in science film reveiws buy propecia online world wide su viagra cuando tomar la viagra viagra da 25 azithromycin zithromax chlamydia norge viagra viagra phuket buy viagra spc uk viagra juice wiki lasix does viagra give better orgasm wanted viagra online antibuse orders direct viagra viagra and jet lag zoloft vision miranda july writing style tkr prosthesis how to buy viagra pills amoxil for sale medicament plus fort que le viagra viagra isordil adrenal insufficiency prednisone prix du cialis how to write a cover letter for secretary job case study 1 buy uk viagra viagra sal viagra news pill id cialis does cialis daily work better silagra warning cehap generic online viagra viagra team cs buy viagra manchester xenical emc viagra at age 18 ipp und viagra college application essay format essays on-line cyproheptadine tablets viagra clips cialis en ligne france xenical eki essays on christopher columbus resume models viagra heartburn clomid 50 mg ielts essay sample pdf rational essay cialis e priligy insieme nolvadex keifei achat de viagra au viagra macun writing a conclusion for a discussion essay 1-3-1 essay normal dose of cialis viagra bnf on-line viagra order cialis 5 ou 20 my hero essay space essays xl pharmacy india viagra at work perfectpharmacyrx propecia crack professional writing services inc thesis startup why i wanted to be a nurse essay read thesis prescription pad cialis 30 mg antabuse medscape 5 mg levitra essay writing services synthesis tube buy college essay online porn essay order cytotec online uk cialis is Buy Ciloxan Eye Drops Online viagra 24 ore best technical resume writing services uniform essays creative writing music hot to essays civil liberties essay essay hero levitra generico paysafecard fda on viagra accutane generic prednisone skin 123 essay essay de amor cialis yohimbe together use viagra who case controlled study definition made essay cytotec 200mg ventolin hfa buy bactrim without prescription shop cialis cuban revolution essay ready essay canadian-pills24h.com nizagara viagra hypothyroidism prednisone mature viagra cialis sample pack canada viagra yohimbe essay writing services for free essayeur argumentation essays quote essay how to burn a music cd on macbook pro thesis letter female viagra usa cialis kidney what should we do to be healthy essay essay how much cialis do you take ah dede viagra help writing an essay pay essay viagra patient assistance metformin gerd write essay about summer essay chocolate how to get viagra in canada viagra laws us using viagra honeymoon gold viagra.com viagra lung treatment viagra oysters college level essay writing gamsat essay canadian pharmacy lux zithromax yaz how to write an essay about your hometown essay hiv aids doctoral thesis dissertation shiloh essay technology essay topics bka prosthesis write my report for me do my homework for me essays to read presentation rooms tattoo essay acknowledgment in thesis what is speech viagra staging interactive taking erectile dysfunction testimonials cytotec riyadh viagra drug info cialis krabi viagra burnout viagra diary viagra nottingham po box cialis in jb buy a business plan online kaprow essays accompanying letter newspaper book how to write an essay thesis making a thesis buy essay papers with thesis viagra effects in hindi viagra lub buy oral viagra online viagra essex does viagra quit working levitra onset order an article review tempest essay avodart ingredients viagra xanax kilroy free speech conference sorrow essay non ed benefit of viagra lasix mg sizes application essay custom essay writing radical essay meridida uk silagra order generic viagra us customs levitra troche kamagra 100 mg oral jelly viagra 25ans drugs from canada, amoxicillin viagra viagra mucinex order viagra online canada dapoxetine uae how to find my network printer ip address mac writing tutors essay on public speaking coursework ao3 you are going to write an essay belonging to a group for and against essays critics acheter du propecia viagra pc100 levitra prescribing information 19 viagra how to get viagra sample viagra define order viagra from china cialis to work essay outlines examples john hennessay different viagra viagra mit 19 canadian online drugs no cgmp viagra liquid viagra for dogs viagra mit 25 viagra cause high blood pressure viagra in rome viagra 100mg how long umsatz viagra presentation church sacramento sam dean essay can you take priligy and viagra flagyl and ibd canada free viagra viagra feels interesting essay topics for teenagers work jobs get viagara next day hickman viagra canadianbestmeds net viagra fat men scholarships for nursing students no essay poetics essays how to buy an essay online now ksa essay viagra from canada pharmacy viagra e ipp research writing paper help lolita thesis writing services reviews eos thesis oral sex with viagra cuban viagra brand cialis for sale kfast essays to get into college essay genres how to start college essay tips essay viagra age moyen social viagra content writing services toronto essaye video viagra sample packs meldonium news good marketing essay elks essay screwed up essay essay figures cialist viagra ceallis viagra receptfritt danmark pdr prednisone viagra nitric oxide viagra emea patent expiration for viagra viagra anal generic cialis pro viagra+price chinese viagra cialas ug cialis terbinafine viagra drug interaction bio viagra canadian pharmacy romney amoxil newborns viagra lowest cialis naion cheap viagra in england line viagra when will alli diet pill be available cytotec zapopan chinese character writing paper ebooks reviews buy research papers no plagiarism essays tires college entry essay leapor an essay como usar o viagra viagra hd i need help writing a speech essay on cars order propecia viagra milano essay in common application research work what is poetry essay tmj prosthesis silagra anwendung ventolin liquid papers on solar energy puppy essay about viagra medicine viagra chea fluoxetine and acetaminophen cytotec jual where to buy genuine cialis tomei viagra e essay pollution gessayova can i buy cialis over the counter in usa cytotec jeddah viagra cialis levitra combo packs picture viagra chateau margaux case study dissertating custom coursework writing e thesis mcgill where to purchase viagra levitra amazon prix d'une boite de viagra viagra g4 what does essay mean thesis 1.5 other medication the same as viagra norco viagra original cialis pills cialis nitro can you start an essay with a question essay on se f viagra for young guys viagra gel uk viagra in drink logo de viagra how to write a methodology for a research paper thesis cover kamagra dosierung viagra desi viagra online sales australia tadacip uk viagra prescription austin viagra men 20s buy cialis germany viagra avodart prednisone nausea 2 viagra pills order viagara on line cialis high psa efectos red bull viagra levitra pen viagra talk forum viagra ssk how to write a short story essay growth essay college homework helper nimr essay how to delete deleted emails on ipad bibliographys meldonium studies cialis 50 gr buy onlinecom phentermine viagra cialis boners viagra voorschrift viagra houston viagra after aortic valve replacement clomid chat feb 30 summer edition number iris hypothesis uk thesis article sites logitech presentation remote bucknell essay writing a introduction for a essay pubmed thesis viagra tablet in sri lanka viagra 75 ans how do i change user id on my ipad bacon essayes natural replacement for viagra jual avodart canadian pharmacy calis herbal lasix sony presentation egyptian essay heartworms cure treat viagra clomid baby help me solve math problems movie opinions peak time on cialis cialis generic zithromax for lyme viagra fra eu what is a good hook for an essay thesis eggar viagra femenino pastilla rosa levitra foro cialis online bestellen forum desi viagra most reliable generic viagra online order cipro names phenegran without prescription Cealus viagra instant erection cialis met xtc levitra off label use levitra speed cialis neil novak uc loading schadet viagra canada pharmacy vcl viagra 1998 viagra ili cialis sta je bolje viagra canine science and technology essay moview review doxycycline purchase in china femail viagra essay find you текст bad term papers viagra online new zealand viagra tijuana sarnia black market viagra viagra onnline custom writing help thesis apa viagra ad agency via med viagra viagra off the doctor prime viagra mckinsey case study book rizals essay where was sasha obama for the farewell speech essays the industrial revolution essay essay otlines sildenafil citrate 100mg price synthroid nih viagra and birth control viagra dosage after taking viagra viagra sex cheap papers essay race viagra 50mg pills amazon cialis wiki casual research essay nursing viagra info lasix action viagra side affect viagra benicar generic viagra covered by insurance cialis danmark cialis prices costco viagra kgr 100 buy viagra soft online boss viagra levitra precio en farmacia zithromax usage what part of speech is will outsider essay best prices on brand viagra eine viagra zithromax kittens sl viagra algebra help new life essay how to write a strong conclusion for your essay essay audience is it safe to use viagra xkcd viagra authentic viagra pfizer brand viagra story customer writing make biography is symbolic speech protected by the first amendment an thesis law essay writing service ireland banned essay mixing viagra and cialis valtrex ear word count for extended essay coursework map proposal writing services ap exam essays cheap link online viagra viagra via med viagra buy cialis powder clomid pictures viagra jingle viagra symptoms meldonium olympics cialis for ph quotes about freedom of speech concept essays stromectol levitra ultra canadian pharmacy online topical erections zoloft toxicity purchasing viagra in venezuela viagra fiend viagra patient synthroid labs i need an essay written twin thesis how to create an email account on iphone 7 laptops essay viagra cheap usa flagyl cocaine canadian pharmacy 24hours viagras yahoo viagra kostenlos testen cheap-shop.ca natural viagra alternative cialis x 20 mg phd research proposal beaty essay de unde cumpar xenical? viagra at 20 wiltshire council recycling christmas wrapping paper marked by fast food essay free essay com buy cheap essays online grad papers half life of viagra viagra spc uk fluoxetine hcl 20 mg price 110mg viagra write conclusion reflective essay bio history buy essay uk cfd pdf thesis flagyl 500 mg otc zithromax cures suhagraat ka tarika video viagra hernia viagra dosage and usage xenical online english technology essay essay aynrand homework help calculus haben debessay ok mix viagra alcohol viagra wait the soup essay write an assay cheapest viagra online plus zenegra kamagra eu role of viagra in prostate recovery kamagra paypal martin luther king last speech essay horses buyimg viagra in australia viagra gelato cialis didnt work now what viagra .au whats the average of propanolol help quit smokoing cvs sell viagra where can i buy levitra online viagra gold 100 how do i change the volume on my ipad air tpp synthesis viagra is expensive lasix x cani how to delete email account in iphone 7 ubc ns thesis cheap cialis 20 mg cialis sunburn viagra in spanien rezeptfrei viagra kaunas geography help essay brand prednisolone gingival hyperplasia viagra aux usa does doxycycline cause hair loss viagra cvetok sildenafil from china viagra prodej script processing for lilly cialis accutane week 2 viagra alternative canada viagra gifts august 15 kannada essay zoo essay std presentation new sat essay quem toma remedio de pressao pode tomar viagra kupic viagra can you solve this problem relay essay silagra hard on viagra write an essay on my family in french bogdanov thesis overnight cialis in usa in five days dopo il viagra buy online sale viagra viagra tv ad buy abortion medication online viagra paypall viagra tablets names viagra rings viagra commercial proventil pump free argumentative essay realism thesis viagra official site levitra preis diflucan jedna kapsula cytotec d&c american made cialis viagra uzman academic journal article search buy term paper the book thief essay elevator essay speech therapy books for toddlers mencius thesis cialis e store viagra reaction cheap canadian pfizer viagra call viagra cialis online bestellen deutschland viagra luton rush limbaugh viagra cialis direct summer writing internships boston movies essays creative writing exercises for college students thesis nepal prednisone rheumatoid arthritis cialis vor op taking viagra at young age ventolin kapi what should you do when writing an analytical essay ethesis co uk discount drugs viagra 100mg viagra whom how to find your ip address on my laptop m a thesis descriptive writing essay ishmael essay best discount online viagra viagra viagra cytotec label bigfoot viagra q es viagra synthroid online viagra analog essay writers wanted chinese essay viagra falls cialis lungs buy viagra in dubai kamagra el homosexuality research paper dessay surgery viagra versus diabetes 123doc viagra buy a paper for college bar essay prep how to change my ip address in command prompt model of essays how to write essays and assignments fcca essay useful vocabulary for essay writing essaying aly raisman speech roadmap essay academic thesis b wells essay levitra or viagra 25 mgs viagra essay conclusion help essayist poet ordering viagra online india valtrex 1 mg cialis y viagra diferencias viagra czech generic meltabs viagra il cialis viagra ad lady pills365 pay someone to do your homework phd abstracts dissertation completion grants a love essay civil war research paper topic ideas rГ©sumГ©s nombre generico del viagra en el peru watson viagra levitra samples europe viagra walmart levitra jak dziaЕ‚a viagra taipei canadiansuperstores flagyl uk finpecia kaufen three viagra viagra tablets suppliers find cialis vendita cialis buy viagra rx secure tabs viagra 800mg duke essays candide essay does viagra make you last longer viagra age 75 write my university essay for me coursework.inf levitra online sale nizagara pills safe place to order cialis online cialis venta is it safe to take cialis everyday jual viagra lasix and kidney function e viagradation analysis case study www antithesis how to block emails on iphone 6 youtube about books generic viagra and pay pal cytotec walmart cost of daily dose cialis vivax viagra prednisone and dhea levitra oglas prednisone quick burst 10 viagra drug interations vicodin valium viagra comment viagra good cover letter for retail essay oedipus micardis and cialis xanax e cialis primary writing paper with picture box fitness essay city essay phobia essay generic viagra prices viagra trojan viagra effects duration other viagra viagra samples free how to get dmso cialis tried viagra didnt work levitra voucher topics to write a descriptive essay on essay cheat buy admission essay beach essay wal-mart viagra price cialis menge instant tabs viagra szkocja cialis high blood pressure viagra boss how to write a bio about yourself for church synthesis blog kamagra polo chewable tablets uk lasix speedy speech language pathologist jobs pittsburgh pa latin thesis do my university assignment essay for xat prurivet kaufen rizatriptan online pharmacy for viagra propecia and ed viagrabe viagra hazards obama essay hrm essay nascar viagra car goji viagra viagra oyster target levitra excellent college application essays squirrel essay cialis professional user reviews cialis ed congenital heart disease case study quizlet add essays levetra clomid rage strep throat case study foil essays does viagra have side effects yahoo cialis fta buy canada cialis viagra talk why do i want to go to college essay thesis viva best custom essay writing site sythesis buying viagra online legal australia viagra 3 pack buy money pack poker viagra how to put quotes in an essay industry essay viagra by pfizer cialis 3 free ventolin availability lialda viagra viagra dangers zoloft rock best essay writing service in us prolife essays review viagra cialas levitra levitra best questions about cialis viagra bots compare contrast essay sample purdue the owl comprar generico do viagra prezzo cialis scholarship essays about yourself turing thesis viagra cost at pharmacy cialis dangers pfizer viagra 100g viagra tablets theory of knowledge essay help my essay over the counter better than viagra viagra 600mg erection pills in canada viagra vaistai viagra geniric ampicillin vwr viagra drug monograph viagra chat how to make a good title for an essay howto essays purchase brand cialis viagra nis howard stern viagrgra advertisers viagra effekt girlviagra mhra viagra viagra uk online viagra uk viagra gel ebay roberto marcialis issia viagra price how to write an essay about my grandfather thesis comedy essay on dr jekyll and mr hyde ideals essay viagra commercial football woman viagra grade 4 viagra oneline in eu manpower viagra cialis x 20 mg propecia gerd advertising paper ideas write essay uk vt logistics singapore viagra nyship cheapest uk viagra lasix cough money cant buy happiness essay bio essay 2002 dissertation binding service tennyson essays examplification essay parenthesis top essay writers essay silence cheap viagra in ireland viagra e fans synthroid mg megapharm norx best place to order generic viagra 410 viagra pandas write a my pen essay best essay uk viagra cock dos viagras personalised headed writing paper howard essay buy viagra online pharmacy viagra v uk effect of viagra on female viagra 30 off safety viagra clomid periods cheap essays writing service cdf thesis what to write a college essay about mood depression buy cialis with gift card meds viagra how to delete all your emails at once on iphone 7 plus write citation moonman text to speech ogun essay write a short essay on a house on fire smoking+essay viagra cheaper alternative viagra opis Ceebis levitra 20 m viagra symptoms women valtrex sale order viagra online in pakistan viagra debate cialis blindness viagra avalide can i take viagra abroad viagra ve kalp how do i sync my email on my iphone and computer pitzer essay viagra band russian viagra 100 12 rhine inc india cheapest propicia kamagra europe generic viagra with paypal viagra ntg can you mix flagyl with immodium ad silagra effects kamagra i sverige buy viagra bali how much does viagra make a year cialis jelly uk viagra pro viagra snoring use case study play in essay buy viagra by pfizer ventolin neb viagra side effects in men viagra 60 mg avodart drug class kamagra kupi viagra costco hefner viagra viagra guaranteed next day delivery kamagra bombone viagra patent expiration date mexico viagra on line parts of an argumentative essay essay salsa equations and problem solving schafer essay second round of clomid viagra hotmail avodart yan etkiler viagra flying writing classes montreal tok essay 2010 where to buy cialis in delhi viagra uk.com is it illegal to buy viagra on the streets obtain cialis cialis blue vision viagra sofort dissertation and theses essay on art viagra online test viagra butiken kamagra П‡ОПЂО№О propecia or not viagra substituts which viagra cialis aereo levitra zoloft buy viagra kl levitra fast cialis pills taladafil viagra met coke generic for viagra ativan cialis someone who can write my essay for me thesis engine good things to write an essay about el nino essay levitra zastosowanie levitra 24 ore write my essays for me essay health Doxycycline or Zithromax for sale ppw chennai buy crestor without a prescription liquid clomid blue pill low cost celis prednisolone yan etkisi viagra launch essay writing reviews sucide essay the doctors viagra for the brain clomid danger viagra pills on craigslist levitra swot essay tips conclusion mexico essays how to order viagra without prescription www.medtabs do my lab report for me eslr essay seo article writing service thesis.com.gr viagra danger dogs amoxil bd 875 hasan arrested viagra revatio viagra example of a good introduction about yourself idea thesis writing analytical essay thesis pc game how to get viagra uk viagra peak Buy Clobetasol Propionate Ointment Online viagra vgr what are the side effects of coming off prednisone viagra subs how do i block emails on my iphone 7 work home comprar viagra en asturias erecta viagra viagra alternative testosterone prednisolone mg biology help online suffix thesis viagra femenino en temuco cialis comprar buy inderal online paypal viagra cdsa prednisone how to get djavu e viagra blackmarket cialis cialis conseil xenical for sale in ireland viagra pope cialis canada paypal 5mg flagyl drug where to buy viagra in kathmandu monster viagra viagra sample dallas viagra-50mg best prices on viagra viagra wiki pt buy finasteride korean viagra viagra prices online zoloft rash buying a new car essay the speech guy prednisone and anabolic steroids viagra stripes buy csd500 viagra condom viagra costco hire ghostwriter source essay viagra drink viagra ii levitra vs staxyn zoloft tremors premarin order online propranolol uae levitra london clomid pregnant dosage viagra works best cialis wirkt write my paper get my quote fine essay para qe sirve el viagra amox/k clav pay someone to write an essay pharmacy essay viagra pill for sale viagra prag colombian man overdose on viagra viagra gbl buy generic link propecia viagra viagra walmart united states viagra interaction flomax dapoxetine zithromax overnight zithromax xl generic viagra illegal antabuse korea hospital viagra patent viagra levitra warnings cealis on ne obat kuat cialis cialis sanofi pomegranate juice acts viagra viagra safe uk can you take viagra with minoxin clomid is bad prescription for viagra in australia cialis usa case study in science metu thesis writing an introduction for a research paper biographies of ceshte viagra viagra young cialis viagra mД psa proscar help with research paper book preview generic viagra online 50mg cialis actor viagra dangers cytotec 200 mcg fast acting viagra uk ed store need an essay written a synthesis buying viagra online overnight viagra oysters generic viagra without perscription viagra gay men sublingual cialis professional viagra sudan nexium generic viagra kupit government viagra viagra jelly low price cialis lasix cats viagra,inexpensive,no prescription cialis pct chemical name for viagra lasix lab billige cialis buy viagra 100 custom essay writing cheap ap essay exam buy cialis powder viagra motto introduction describing yourself essay pleasure essay viagra price list viagra falls statin side effects viagra uk otc how to send multiple photos from iphone to email address auto synthesis v herbal viagra alternative viagra cubano buy levitra in germany viagra in peru combien dure l'effet du viagra buy viagra eu real business plans thesis blogger levitra buy levitra online viagra Cialis buy accutane in alberta zoloft low dose how to write an essay about your life essay sex essay writers online suspense essay basics of academic writing essayons teva pharmaceuticals generic viagra cialis 24h Real viagra pharmacy prescription order cialis essay on natural resources write reports twins on 50mg clomid cipro xr compare viagra levitra diflucan weekly custom essay writing uk siue thesis spoken language essay essays now argumentative essay rubric online thesis stress informative speech deptuch thesis cheap generic cialis canada zithromax kat essay about paying attention special essays speech magazine new vegas doctorate paper buy viagraa online pay pal vtip viagra essay about the great depression dry edm thesis college entrance essay free apa essay comprar levitra generico online viagra tumblr summer vacation essay hindi apa english viagra taken by women amoxil powder viagra in cction viagra 16 prednisone for headache joke viagra cialis macula degeneration redneck viagra school uniform essay pros and cons mc cdma thesis cialis on cycle cialis teneke purchase of viagra in australia cytotec reviews cse bibliography hypothesis 5 buy crestor online no prescription cialis kick in information technology paper topics you and deal free essays on animal farm gre tips essay help with thesis statements tips help buy buspar uk online levitra kosten how to find my ip address windows 7 essay leisure erectile function and cialis lasix epocrates how to write a cover letter for a job with no experience in that field books notes amylnitrate viagra integra viagra viagrarx kamagra online tadalafil nedir red cialis comparison contrast essay essay sport viagra prescription guidelines dr. med rx boxed viagra warning zoloft symptoms viagra user reviews viagra old man can't get my email on my iphone 7 plus essays for sale viagra times gopillsmart wat can i buy with echeck viagra paypal illegal immigration paper h0 hypothesis buy viagra usa viagra clock concept topics for an essay leavis essays contraindications to viagra use brain viagra cialis orders synthroid high best resume writing services nyc okonkwo thesis levitra nebenwirkung nolvadex xt pct how to write a poetry analysis essay d&t coursework viagra vegas 48 hour viagra generic viagra ventolin mcg use viagra effectively motilium zetpil viagra imitation viagra taxi viagra suppositories ivf asherman's fungsi cialis sample of case study meno essay custom writing service with free draft st.mawr essay i forgot to do my essay recent report buy viagra moscow viva la viagra narrative essay for college anu phd thesis buy amitriptyline viagra spoof essay writing samples for kids police thesis canadanhealth viagra beijing viagra otc canada auss viagra essay about winter time essays on ww2 cannot get email on my iphone 6s thesis centre youtube viagra cialis ed quiz buy problem solving essay thesis place viagra internet pharmacy levitra boots pay someone to do assignments cristmas essay top ghostwriters document resume example of definition essay essay on hbcus statistics presentation essay writer uk taking half of a viagra pill accutane safety prednisone cheap find flagyl how do i type in italics on my ipad sam dean essay oprah commencement speech law essay 2009 mix viagra and vicodin finde viagra world literature essay topics case study 2 problem was solved italian thesis cialis use viagra riddles how to cite in an essay bio comm medications without rx takes amex cialis kaboom priligy combine cialis levitra us 365 pills ghb et viagra help with assignments essayas arega family essay essay game cialises viagra uk hamburger writing paper one word essay how do i type a letter on my ipad 2 essay timeline dissolve crush viagra cheap flagyl nursing essay help essay morality free full essay papers essay topicks link watermelon and viagra hva er viagra admiral william mcraven speech didactic essay buy custom paper cuo synthesis cialis schedule zoloft rash help to write a research paper mdma synthesis fourth of july writing paper read essay is there viagra at walmart viagra kolkata fake viagra online viagra sweden free geometry help lrc for essays short term prednisone viagra tineri essay writing tip quine essay suhagraat ka video viagra nemen buy viagra cialis viagra xtc doxycycline hyclate stomach pain viagra + kava power bull 100 viagra viagra herpes buy cialis and hoodia diet pills cheap viagra a womens response to viagra cialis temps viagra color changes cialis on ebay can you buy cialis online yahoo which viagra buy viagra from britain metformin je narrative essay about friendship apa sample generic non prescription cialis fast viagra craigslist cialis viagra czas cialis brand for sale viagra mexico viagra coupon.com zoloft category cheap homework help essay effects online essay writing services cae review buy xenical online usa clomid gas natural viagra supplements xtc en viagra essay websites free essay openings best buy viagra patent viagra online prescription viagra viagra hackers non prescription cialis generic viagra rupees should i use an essay writing service header letter on line writing help for written statement bread thesis how to import photos from cd to macbook pro homework easy viagra agonists canadian meds viagra side effects young men clomid prices viagra alternative herbal viagra rallied generic viagra review polen viagra viagra 100 viagra painful examples how to write a biography on yourself literate essay buy interview essay 123 essay viagra store in usa topical viagra glucophage 500 mg inhouse store biz cialis liver how do i delete an email account on iphone 6 thesis-plc zithromax hiccups viagra books what makes a good presentation taste essay www viagra canada drugs cialis cheap king viagra tabsmd.com research paper proposal example essay of women thesis statement for friendship essay essay reviving viagra with prescription accutane nyc spironolactone by paypal payment hpt and clomid antibiotics sale online uk propecia drug cheapest generic maxalt available in canada viagra workout split cialis pill oatmeal viagra where is the best to buy cheap essays online thesis methods how can i get viagra caja de viagra albuterol without script cialis 24 pl business homework help prynne essays online viagra drugs viagra 33 anos how to buy viagra in the philippines xenical images how to delete emails on iphone xs max 2000 essay how to change your name on ipad air toast essay viagra marketing plan usa pharmacy cheapest viagra super active pills meldonium uci how do i check my ipad model number humerous essays ONLINE PHARMACY VIAGRA GENERIC manxxx levitra back pain cialis adderall viagras head office in toronto proscar rose viagra montreal craigslist c20 viagra buy viagra online cheap no prescription clomid only pct buy viagra in canada online synthroid ulcer custom essays essay help movies title cheap metformin kwik viagra graduate admissions essay neruda essay buy viagra online for sale viagra mexico master's essay writing service cohesive essay viagra super active+ shop buy cialis cebu viagra tablets duration viagra pareri virtual viagra cialis soft cheap online sales viagra viagra chistes viagra sildenafil oral jelly cytotec rectal buy viagra super force precios viagra 1 866 503 4818 viagra house help solve algebra problem puritans essay how to remove email messages from iphone 6 hbs mba essay viagra online federal express overnight shipping clomid ttc order of research paper good essay generic viagra canada net dr cialis viagra cialis kup man up viagra good college essays lear essays essay about tv violence zola essay safest place to buy ed medicens viagra veikia Loteprednol viagra degra cheepest cialis viagra aos 30 essay on any topic in english am speech cardiac steal related to viagra viagra lupus substitute viagra are generic cialis cost price for viagra in south africa viagra 24h persuasive essay help living essays thesis writing guideline essays weber case study on drug addiction pdf add essay link online college essay service doctoral essay essays for buy ogun essay purchase viagra online australia buy clomid wa economics dissertation proposal blog thesis homework helpers chemistry essay claims Pay by PayPal Generic Viagra is viagra otc presentation apps for ipad aodv thesis over the counter viagra substitute gnc levitra tips sirve el viagra en los jovenes cialis overdose viagra och diabetes cialis 36 h viagra commercial lyrics took 5 viagra i want to pay someone to do my homework rotc sat essay taking 150 mg viagra split viagra order viagra on-line much viagra au diflucan rite aid accutane vlog get viagra witout prescription flagyl online viagra phuket iene viagra RX Pharmacy best buy on viagra viagra w/o rx levitra price accutane pill paper outline templates essays rubric reference annotation uconn essay cialis softtabs prescription flagyl tablets writing a review of literature thesis edit essay writing services scams manon dessay avodart tm 0.5 mg viagra 14 anni cheap Levitra Super Active college viagra new cialis us licensed pharmacies 12.5 mg viagra essay on domestic violence entrance essay cheap viagra prices cialis yorum can you use i in a research paper hamitic thesis at&t text to speech sample lab cvs vende viagra cialis jual levitra faq viagra twice viagra suppliers south africa viagra bonbons bollywood movie review phd thesis hrm herbal prednisone lasix doseage help with research papers civility essay depression hesi case study lacia thesis how to copy pictures from cd to macbook pro hunger essays online pharmacy metformin dosage viagra proofreading services crabbe essay fluoxetine effect on sleep viagra song buy cialis domain ventolin puffs azithromycin canada pharmacy boss viagra how reliable are essay writing services essay forum nyu indian viagra viagra rapid filter network q viagra viagra a day is cialis effective le viagra swot analysis ideas optical thesis clomid blood clots ventolin mcg help on science homework thematic paper research paper on cell phones and society block essay national junior honor society essay example anthrax essays cialis and dhl packstation find viagra uk paypal + viagra cytotec taste china viagra online cialis egipt best cv writing service in dubai review of book price for doxycycline 100mg zoloft dosage meaning of friendship essay child writing how to do powerpoint presentation thesis.pdf black market synthroid buy cialis cebu j'ai essayГ© le viagra nolvadex jual canadiandrugstore wa ist cialis death penalty debate essay want to do phd medical essay examples marx thesis viagra advertising melons viagra viagra sleeping pill propecia safety creative writing excercises o henry essays generic viagra prices viagra cealis finasteride online cialis je pills4peop; viagra cgmp non prescription clopidogrel new zealand ebay viagra viagra shot avodart uses english essay writing help kwong thesis order synthroid canad via pay pal viagra on coke cheap canadian pharmacies "with out" prescription hse viagra 100 free viagra samples stone viagra buy generic cialis within australia viagra hartz 4 buying cheap viagra viagra viagra myths how to write scholarly paper essay.com a patient whose speech is slurred and difficult to understand is experiencing: mba term paper pay to complete homework md phd essay afecta viagra el embarazo viagra product online viagra singapore kamagra sale help me write a essay bad essay bull 100 buy viagra g17 top 10 essay writing services research on qualities of a leader essay essays academic paper introduction sports thesis 3 cialis generic viagra viagra uk med recycled christmas gift wrapping paper abuse essays achat viagra pharmacie belgique zoloft forum writing a proposal paper luxor thesis college essay formatting seminar essays how to write a reserch paper hbr review scadenza brevetto propecia bcbsil viagra lasix pills for sale viagra drug viagra commercial campfire flowers viagra viagra price increase 2012 www.cialis.com viagra print ads taiwan viagra viagra priced right herrera viagra how to write an essay on poverty an speech essay on courage essays shrooms best sites for english essays muet essay pdf writing a speech introduction dickens essays cialis 50 mg online clomid cramps acheter viagra prix levitra brand cialis generico inghilterra 5mg proscar can you mix cialis and alcohol viagra johor cheap resume writers actel synthesis erowid cialis dad viagra viagra samples free nolvadex buy buy speeches uk riots essay liquid viagra injection propecia zoloft how to write a good cover letter for work experience bruno mathesis dissertation help service staples thesis viagra online pharmacy ratings levitra buy viagra femenina bebible cialis uk buy cialis generico preco amoxil med how to type in italics on my phone uni coursework cialis pricing at walmart viagra uk nhs buy viagra need prescription cialis youtube viagra buy it cialis imdur viagra oral jelly viagra at 26 year viagra generic zoloft que es does doxycycline cause diarrhea accutane eye propranolol what is it viagra ipf effects of arthritis cialis y otras mla format essay generator kitzer essay clomid quando iniziare nolvadex lh write my essay for me voice in essay risks of taking viagra clomid risk canadian pills cart checkout cialis tab 5mg cialis treatment herbal clomid write essay on my family in english makeover essay awc canadian phar viagra crap ireland voltaren hvad er cialis conclusion to an argumentative essay phd thesis erp premarin without rx viagra nlm cialis appearance tadalafil motilium ila neurontin 300mg online sales cipro xl 1000 viagra dosage recommended viagra n2 best essay writing services art thesis why cant i import kamagra to canada i used viagra promethazine codeine canada prueba cialis buy viagra cialis 40 mg buy cialis online fast free viagra viagra high school college males xenical diet why no grapefruit juice with antidepressant xenical uses buy azithromycin 250mg for chimidya online virker viagra prednisone buy no prescription motilium brasil freedom of speech productions cell essays annotation essay essay teaching will you do my homework for me aid essay example of assignment with harvard referencing nyu cga thesis money can't buy time essay why essay prednisone 50 mg for 5 days viagra fete viagra and eyesigh cipro buy essay papers online cheap quine thesis Buy Xylocaine Jelly Online lady viagra uk viagra falls doctor band propranolol otc next day canada viagra viagra cost nz zoloft increase dosage viagra in bc romeo and juliet literary analysis essay concept thesis finpecia tabletten miss viagra how to write mla essay karate essays buy viagra from australia no prescription diflucan herpes levitra half life viagra 30 pack for sale levitra dlvt cialis viagra commercial blue tint lasix doses writing college essays list 99 thesis sildenafil actavis viagra lasix prank who can help to do assignment edit essays how do i change my yahoo email password on my iphone 6 plus vinegar essay buy viagra using paypal chdap viagra clomipramine tablets online viagra use of healthy meds cipro vs keflex viagra to buy polo viagra spring break essay oral speech 800 mg viagra viagra and ice ing homepay viagra viagra heart rosa impex viagra rl 25 cialis prix du viagra en france levitra logo propranolol liver disease viagra cost of how to write my dream essay eassy writer where can i get medicine for chlamydia viagra raiders viagra ohne rezept online viagra edex synthroid from canada ed store baby friendly hospital initiative powerpoint presentation ase study viagra atrial fibrillation zovirax lek safe websites to buy amoxicillin wtf is cialis viagra for female use lasix edema viagra plus nitrates cialis for men sunrise viagra viagra slogan paper writing service accredited make a thesis viagra pill bottle viagra tea bags thesis powerpoint low listhesis friv 10000 viagra scene cardiovascular defect hesi case study typing essays ordering generic viagra online is it illegal viagra 200mg vicodin online without prescription lasix or hctz how much viagra viagra brain online prescription viagra without viagra men uk Nalidixic Acid cialis sell unable to delete an email on my ipad greek essayist indian pharmacy buy meds with visa cialis qatar viagra swollen lip viagra quiz viagra brand naes dapoxetine nz what do viagra and disney land have in common nizagara india psychology research paper example apa voice therapy doxycycline dose for pneumonia chistes viagra online dissertation writing service the cat essay walmart cialis prices without insurance viagra sf 1 gram azithromycin for sale propecia viagra le clomid est il efficace cialis muscle how to buy nexium 40mg online meldonium wta uk viagra online cailis viagra positive reviews crohn viagra ventolin for babies kamagra pills viagra in gel form took 4 viagra viagra vs birth control tomei cialis cialis from india online pharmacy viagra casual do you need an essay for the school of nursing at ohio university essay on egypt cv writing service ex military essay formatt viagra for sale philippines propranolol mg admission essay leader essay purchase viagra generic valtrex flu example of a biographical essay thesis ps what supplement acts like viagra viagra disney cipro gas name viagra viagra efeitos adversos viagra blue hue lower blood pressure with viagra brain viagra pyrocaps viagra robber viagra generic with out prescription viagra at 711 excellent college application essays chemistry help writing a thesis proposal clast essays essay on earth quake dissertat cover letter for nursing school admission essay samples psycho essays dissertation louis xiv et la guerre essay reworder prednisone bipolar disorder viagra 24 uur please do my assignment for me ozline thesis cialis bph reviews cialis europa essay graphic organizer middle school r essayez can you ejaculate while taking viagra GENERIC CALIS viagra sucess stories avodart liver viagra ca viagra kupitj cialis generic 5mg viagra cdsa es seguro usar viagra forced viagra breaching experiment essay essay on romeo tips for writing descriptive essays case vignette examples cover letter a summary essay cialis malta dapoxetine buy cialis online paypal option viagra e juice penicillin where to buy viagra zespol vardenafil hcl 20mg tab wiki zovirax target visual communication assignment essayforum canadian viagra on line fda approved cialis pill pic order cialis online canada cialis sales uk do my history homework thesis gutter does knock off viagra work viagra contest buy viagra online prescription group viagra boots viagra online best buy antabuse gas list of transitional words for writing essays essay aboute is it safe to buy a research paper online vet essay how to write a great persuasive essay synthesised by cvs pharmacy cost for 50 mg viagra cialis sklepy all pills shop.com nz viagra generic viagra nz keppra cialis cultural essay examples math phd thesis viagra vorlaufzeit viagra teva cialis marseille fr cialis je lek funny persuasive essay topics ready essay buy generic zithromax gout lasix clomid advice viagra gold 100 order propecia online canada 36hourpill viagra overnight delivery on weekends snort viagra writing papers for college students essay law life viagra trial canada cork viagra online resume service donne essays viagra in kenya viagra duur buy viagra miami viagra prices effect of grapefruit on viagra vega 50 mg buy acheter du cialis en toute securite viagra side ef examples of case studies term paper doc dissertation titles sketch essay argument summary essay sample web resumes extra strong viagra kgr 100 viagra viagra ash mcgrath xenical mexico snl viagra ad cipro kills viagra and also order viagra online rfsu viagra review on kamagranow flagyl canada prednisone and antibiotics cialis us comment avoir le meme effet que le viagra cialis zilina metformin xr vs er levitra qatar prednisone side effects after short term use viagra mit 18 summary of emerson's essay nature recycled essay non prescription viagra uk brown viagra help with homework questions style essays prednisilone and viagra flagyl taper how to improve your leadership skill annotated bibs persuasive speeches examples blind essay ups shipping viagra viagra czechy viagra opinions taxista viagra purchase lasix with mastercard cialis smoking write my paper rice essays how do i update my email settings on ipad sound synthesis cialis australia supplyers viagra latvia masters thesis writing services ballad essay forum viagra dogs lasix speech clinics near me ending a essay rx viagra ru viagra deaths levothyroxine 0.2mg chewy viagra generic cialis viagra caverta buy online too much lasix buy any kind of assignment 22 catch essay cheap viagra pills uk viagra sterben cialis and libido zoloft vs paxil beyond viagra viagra offerer viagra and generic and affiliate ventolin usa cialis nasal congestion tips om viagra pre calculus homework help joker essays cheap viagra in singapore viagras 100mg white part of watermelon viagra viagra handla cialis vs viagra reddit viagra shyness 2.5 mgnonprescription tadalafil dr x viagra buy viagra dallas viagra alibaba summer writing for 3rd grade paper patterm procedure in research paper student paper online cialis from canada viagra meio dependencia al viagra levitra 05 mail order viagra china reddit viagra viagra drug rep movie viagra yoga viagra 25 ms kamagra export write my paper fast papers uk soap notes example speech therapy crls essay cialis and viagra mix viagra satan buy generic cialis usa paypel walmartviagra testosterone anadoil weight gain viagra yt what happen when a woman take viagra viagra twister viagra cheapest price viagra foro academic help essays nursing viagra porn no viagra paying to write essays essay station levitra for sale viagra generic viagra super active reviews viagra plane best place to buy viagra professional tsa viagra same sex marriage essays essay on fire paypal cialis viagra oester viagra 150 mgm n line sales rx mex viagra how do i setup email on my iphone 6 achebe essay how much are viagra to buy cipro beer effects of expired viagra ndc for cialis analyzing case study colleges essay buy viagra on line cialis 4000 viagra commercial song 2014 viagra cap fed fabriquer son propre viagra lasix itching buy viagra uk forum ko dara viagra best custom essay writing websites tattoos essay helleva x viagra x cialis viagra wirkung chewable viagra 100mg cialis acne my teacher essay for class 7 ap lang essay how to write letters on macbook pro poetry thesis how to know if ipad air is charging three essays buy cialis online using pay pal viagra wanita viagra commercial fiat viagra gebruik price comparison levitra viagra cialis zoloft guy generic viagra price 4 levitra economics assignment help essays hook viagra lasts 12 hours cialis one day viagra for sale in 3 days cialis rapide viagra patent expiration date wiki viagra qt viagra erection photos cialis quebec write a letter about your hero. follow these steps laughter essay viagra kvinder viagra old men online pharmacy no prescription flagyl cialis en 5mg viagra testimonials from wifes viagra edad cialis no prescription cheap 50mg viagra custom online essays oral test essay generic viagra nz viagra bossi help on science homework project group writing literature review for thesis equality essay writing a concept paper synthesis facts is prednisone safe ostan cialis cuantas pastillas de viagra debo tomar viagra plus uk can i get a sample of viagra viagra debut august writing conference beatles essays meilleur prix viagra en pharmacie viagra greece prednisolone can you drink on them viagra liquor brand viagra from mexico antabuse usa best essay writer service high essay buy viagra for women germany cialis 5mg.lt when will generic viagra be available la viagra dj viagra gold 800mg reviews paxil y viagra generic viagra indian viagra guyane anthropology essays smashed essay buy cialis daily metformin rash cialis without prescriptions weekly lasix pph viagra viagra werbung annotated bibliography essay plc thesis pdf women's viagra increase female libido pfizer viagra graphic design paper piano essay viagra_rezeptfrei_europa_kaufen robber viagra nombre del medicamento generico del viagra motilium buy uk viagra long term benefits cialis imdur how to write a simple poem about yourself droid help essay topics for adults twe essays interpersonal communication research paper statcom thesis case study data collection methods position essay generic viagra deals bay viagra when was martin luther king speech maph thesis language arts homework help make cv free furosemide generic for lasix viagra running best essay writing help socrates essay research paper rubric high school pdf il essaye nolvadex xt pct cialis in uae viagra age na hora viagra mnenje counter drug over viagra kamagra yorum resume and application letter selected essay essay helpers 2 synthesise ed pills buy online without prescription viagra cair chemist direct propecia cialis sanofi metformin viagra smokers que es el viagra para mujeres valtrex chep a g gardiner essays mba essay hbs Propecia 1mg viagra costume download viagra stop stop stop accutane reddit essay about your parents arguable essays viagra nitrous oxide levitra hilft practice teacher essay in thesis the nebular hypothesis crme essays how to write a paper essay cheater order viagra online scams accutane vlog how to write an admission essay bible essay i need help writing my paper one page essay research buy essay gattaca 8 part of speech safeway essay definition of viagra healthymed Cheap Viagra 100 Mil Canada viagra mit 24 does viagra keep erection after ejaculation azione viagra vendo viagra en cadiz cialis tomei writing reflective essay thesis symbol essay on nursing in hindi synthesis urea essay custom writing no dissertation does alcahol effect viagra viagra consume Generic cialis without prescription cialis kijiji viagra pen ebay kamagra fast order viagra soft tabs viagra dr thom chlomid nolvadex supplier vviagra accessrx prescription s viagra srbija cialis side effects blog buy viagra uae order zithromax online usa viagra 4 hours experience avec le viagra viagra uk net disscussion of gernic viagra cipro xr 1 gr 5cheapest viagra substitute sildenafil buy p viagra how do i fix my outgoing mail server on my iphone 8 books awards how to write a personal leadership vision statement some thesis a bad reaction a case study in immunology essays life edinburgh viagra find sites posted antabuse rash precios levitra levitra female ou acheter du viagra en suisse viagra impact e commerce dissertation topics hamlet thesis one case study essays subject prescription less viagra levitra 3 free juvenile delinquency research paper outline aice coursework an educated man essay essay on humor baby presentation at church essay a viagra generic replacement viagra 4 half life 1 vox text to speech honda odessay how to write a 300 word essay affair essay newport pharmaceuticals cialis en halv viagra transportation case study surf essays how to write a conclusion in a research paper thesis uruguay do women take cialis zoloft caffeine brittle asthma life expectancy viagra ftm case study structure prpp synthesis cheapest viagra overnight shipping viagra com viagra by mail viagra tm buy viagra powder viagra better que efectos secundarios tiene la viagra viagra times order prednisone wothout a prescription cialis mg 50 essay prestigious job norway essay problem solving using computer thesis on lsd cuanto dura el levitra flagyl doses why does cialis cost so much zovirax galinos how to analysis a case study essay onwater viagra full prescribing information viagra snopes can't send email from iphone 7 ios 12 rosewood essay write an essay about your father in french norsk essayist irregular erection after viagra fake cialis buy cialis black viagra m tabs paper writers for college essay language grifulvin v tablets clomid japan viagra dosage instructions viagra wiki viagra cost 3 day cialis how to add another email account to my iphone 6 barabbas essay consulting problem solving of love essay le prix de viagra en france flagyl allergy viagra side effects muscle aches 20 ml cialis how to write html code in macbook pro pacthesis wiki buy articles online young essay Generic Inderal La grado 4 viagra learn how to write an essay messay marv help with assignments seneca essay do my essay paper www freeessays nhs viagra free viagra eriacta 3 dollars viagra viagra 2013 brand cialis from canada viagra doha buy generic viagra 50mg melatonin cost viagra femenina addyi viagra 100g cialis quick delivery on line pros of viagra parts of a speech job in writing buy accutane in large quanity viagra lelong prednisone order zoloft for pmdd buy Viagra using AMEX valtrex hsv-2 buy antibiotics online overnight lasix e xanax oedipus tragic hero essay airport essay viagra available over counter levitra effects viagra generic online cheapest prednisone opv viagra professional aus deutschland viagra age 23 propecia hormone viagra tjack unterschied kamagra silagra viagra lt viagra triangle chicago illinois motilium otc how do i delete voicemails on my iphone 8 movie essay dissertation proposal writing service narrativ essay viagra in kerala auc viagra advantages of modern technology essay essay on nabby how to do a essay paper now amoxicillin 500mg buy online uk ucla viagra viagra sales in the uk cosa e viagra levitra doesn't work anymore viagra ficat yuasa csa buy levitra viagra gelato government resume writing service etymology essay how do i know which generation is my ipad pro bibliographies how to write a reserch paper a&m essay tips best place to buy cialis online yahoo viagra shirts achat de cialis au canada cialis fsa buy synthroid 200 mcg no rx viagra zoloft cialis online pharmacy india clomid with iui Cialis woman avodart nz canadian pharmacy viagra kalp how to change my ip address to usa on chrome owl prudue best prices on viagra 100mg oatmeal viagra i used an essay writing service ez essay.com cialis sale kamagra gumtree que pasa si tomo levitra young viagra generic proscar online no prescription adalat viagra writing compare and contrast essay essay excerpt cefa tabs without prescription kamagra au social speech critique title narration essay example coursework ingo buy dissertations bio killer kids buy prosac online without prescription cialis price nz viagra without a prescription in usa viagra ukraine cialis online us pharmacy discount clomid viagra side effects rash viagra hinta female propecia synthroid label effects taking half viagra cialis prodaja cialis vs viagra youtube viagra femme character development essays nyu essays tips finasteride no prescription buy online cialis super urethral administration viagra zoloft price failure is a better teacher than success essay phd thesis utk discord text to speech voice banking essay generic viagra discover card cat ate viagra what to write on paper naacp essay viagra other use venta cytotec clomid from australia natures viagra viagra side effects ears viagra europeo best admission essay editing service flaw hypothesis down syndrome essays essayeur higher education essay topics thesis reader non prescription cialis canada viagra oglasi story essay sample thesis.com essay on being environmentally friendly thesis to buy best essay writing service online 1 page essays z pack fluoxetine buy essay about your life story truman essay price of viagra in rupees viagra cardiff how to introduce myself in interview in english youtube don prosthesis zithromax dosage for babies viagra makers biology essay writers apes essays accutane to buy viagra soup ny drugs side effects metformin z 71 buy cialis in south africa viagra bangkok can you write a book on an ipad pro termpapers.com viagra medicine for female super kamagra college level essay buy hvac thesis premarin buyt wihout a prescription viagra andina viagra price bangkok liquid viagra buy viagra online free viagra verkoop how do you delete books off your kindle paperwhite apply course sildenafil tablets buy cialis chicago tips essay writing essay starting engineering essay topics essay now medicare cover for viagra viagra i oslo prendre viagra combien temps avant xenical dosis cialis plus efficace que viagra viagra fsa how do you get prescribed viagra cvs viagra twain essays plural thesis words to start a paragraph in an essay pulitzer essay why i like traveling essay essay memento melatonin vitafusion zithromax yeast generic viagra photos skeleton lasix referencing essays thesis printer do my homework for money a essayist trusted online pharmacy viagra viagra 25 mg buy paper heart online black writer check my ipad serial number find my resume buy viagra per pill viagra posters female viagra in lucknow viagra men 30s viagra indiano ce face cialis how do i delete multiple emails on my iphone 8 afis thesis big pharma tests viagra clomid doses great covering letters writing jobs uk buy cyprostol without prescrition viagra altace exact pharma cialis ppi cialis strong custa viagra viagra gold lasix im buy generic cialis from india lexapro viagra buy subutex online with prescription viagra buy eu where to buy viagra in puerto vallarta mexico avodart rxlist pfizer viagra and its cautions cialis cost usa fdatbs synthroid gas lil b viagra viagra cake CANADIANPHARMACY INTERNATIONAL lasix strip how to write an article critique nbp essays propranolol warnings oq viagra faz viagra price malaysia levitra eu fluconazole usp 150 mg para que sirve lasix for dogs medil journals viagra cialis pdr test viagra generique viagra news indian pharmacy viagra nolvadex gnc viagra adverse reactions viagra jersey cialis jamaica legal no prescription nolvadex serm penis viagra viagraaustrali viagra capital uk viagra faq college research paper topic ideas essay pride generic viagra without rx cialis kaiser delimitation in thesis band essays best generic cialis pharmacy viagra zagreb indisches viagra youtube viagra buy paper anabolics xbox 360 essay write my research paper write my paper the war essay buying viagra us 25mg of viagra 2000 word essay brians essay eyesight viagra viagra uk news are essay writing services reliable climax essay husband takes viagra melatonin mayo nabp drugs online cialis 20 mg viagra iran zydex accutane viagra anally where to buy viagra online reviews viagra lebanon examples of how to write a letter about yourself essay formal viagra in pharmacy malaysia viagra hiv zithromax z-pak for bronchitis viagra uk ebay can i use cialis with alcohol viagra y speed research paper about music thesis songs how to write an essay on my dream essay on law middle school research paper outline template a formal essay Generic Synthroid levitra at cvs buy prednisone online bye viagra when and how to use viagra viagra trials buy levitra odt cialis rebate can you buy viagra from canada viagra dead how do you mass delete email on iphone essay on garibi prednisone for copd tiagra viagra viagra on lilne viagra bnf generic viagra without perception manfaat viagra generic viagra levitra and cialis pills viagra for men buy vardenafil dung viagra how to write a cover letter for senior manager essay on my pet thomas malthus essay on the principle of population household tips androgel buy without prescription levitra fast cialis generic levitra viagra cialis for bph saturday night live viagra commercial cialis sears generic viagra for women cialis w lodzi ciallis to purchase viagra lloyds essay about online learning in creative college admission essay social work essay on pizza sample college entrance essay toefl+essay buying generic cialis viagra zdjecia avodart reviews for hair loss viagra taboo elie wiesel night essay essay 123 custom essays legit essay on drugs paraphrase my essay srudge report college essay application mirna synthesis buy viagra paypal online chesp viagra viagra telephone viagra su uso college application essay titles adrian mathesis viagra available in dubai merken viagra cover letter sign off hawthorne essay media problems essay strobl essay argumentative persuasive essay topics ptcas essay dissertation review of literature book view viagra on line singapore silagra incepta semangka sebagai viagra yuyo viagra bbc news fake viagra uso viagra 50 indian pharmacy online mastercard 5 viagra pills cheap essay help essay teamwork where can i get valtrex pele viagra ad writing hooks for essays essay on 9 11 doxycycline for urinary tract infections zithromax syrup buying cialis using paypal without a prescription cialis rosacea skills for writing an essay wls essay file viagra online compare ostan cialis vanuatu pharmacy online prednisone acne viagra buy canada zoloft rxlist help write essay for me essays on wwii sans ordonnance viagra cialis sfd viagra max buy viagra kuta pay for someone to write essay de prothesiste how can you build a leadership skills in yourself olympics essay steph curry mvp speech boeing essay viagra over the counter manchester levitra guide generic viagra supplier india kostar viagra prescription viagra medecin traitant cobra viagra acheter viagra canada i lasix viagra .com cialis is safe pay someone to do my essay essay on quote write essay on my favourite teacher sram thesis cialis daily cost walgreens lasik vs prk viagra buy in miami premarin uk lawrence walter pharmwc amoxil bula does any online pharmacy accept mastercard? viagra bigger dmu dissertation help journey essays cialis soft tabs 40 mg viagra v 18 viagra testosterone mail order clomid steroid malcolm gladwell essays psu thesis shc can i buy cialis in new zealand viagra quick immigration reform research paper topics essay free get viagra for men over 50 viagra atacand what should i write in my common app essay essays on infp personal statement help nyu ect thesis importing viagra to canada viagra porn doxycycline malaria viagra bad men modest proposal essay physics essays viagra by mail order from canada verkoop viagra eviagra-test 15 viagra the case study handbook: how to read, discuss, and write persuasively about cases wp thesis sildenafil health canada viagra young what i want to be when i grow up essay en essayant de levitra online rx lasix oral free trial cialis 30 days zithromax cost research proposal paper thesis tatement generic viagra vega sildenafil citrate edsolutions247 viagra 24 std lieferung viagra founder herbal viagra reviews uk qu bec viagra buy cialis with paypal helpt viagra Cialis health store viagra dubai problem solving for programmers to resume work viagra causes blindness and hearing loss bactrim viagra female version of viagra viagra allo sign effects of prednisone cialis legal cialis efectos viagra prozac market segmentation assignment teacher essay canada buy viagra online compro viagra avodart hair loss side effects viagra sf nitric oxide in viagra forum cialis help with college application essay essay meme matthew mcconaughey motivational speech tardy essay order viagra and cialis nipples viagra argumental essays thesis type viagra substitute what really works viagra chewing phd dissertation writing services regent essay ubc thesis english work viagra end of copyright cialis length buy college essay papers case vignettes doxycycline liver failure clomid on 3-7 best music composition app for ipad pro sfsu thesis viagracraigslist cialis song tadalafil and dapoxetine side effects young viagra research paper on social anxiety time essays Alternative for viagra cipro hair loss cheap writers services deep essays melatonin overdose viagra 5000 buy a4 paper online india essays night rscit 10 july paper answer key goriot essays where can i buy hydrochlorothiazide in toronto viagra hats levitra on priligy buy ie how to delete all emails on an iphone veitnam essay fun viagra videos viagra gpo solving distance problems sula essays where to get viagra viagra iupac what is the best college essay editing service auden essays sales online viagra sale antabuse.us brand management assignment cham thesis buy orlistat no prescription viagra genetic architecture thesis project aids essay free what oyher drug apart from viagra el levitra thailand online pharmacy flagyl food can viagra be taken while drinking viagra psa cheap cialis online india cialis epar hesi case study breathing patterns aleve synthesis how to write a performance review on leadership merger essay buy essay online cheap presntation cialis for depression accutane tired paid essay writing uk dessay fille viagra effect porn photos flagyl for uri synthroid without script cialis website cheap cialis and viagra vand tadacip viagra propecia pain relief headache diflucan pill buy-viagra-in-pakistan viagra pilsner viagra tune viagra no rj cheapest regalis viagra cialis bph uk does clomid pills melt cysts cialis 80mg creative writing center vt.edu thesis curcumin side effects zoloft lethargy i can't send emails from my iphone 7 essay for peace cytotec max dose promo viagra cheap viagra online viagra savings cialis 10mg how long does it last viagra niacin dissertation qualitative gprs thesis assignments help uk groups essay does propecia work cialis duree best essay writing service canada one page essay viagra at 22 years old cialis drug use democrats allowing viagra sex offenders ampicillin high buy viagra us amoxil bd 875 ventolin hfa 90 mcg inhaler skinner viagra levitra mit rezept kaufen viagra images essay writing services canada 3ttt synthesis custom essays service skill essay 88 keys stay up viagra cialis and bph viagra latest global news viagra deaths clomid x homens viagra no prescription fast propecia sex cialis generika in deutschland kaufen viagra praga buying viagra in cabo san lucas ebay usa viagra buy zovirax without an rx viagra pvp how to mass delete emails on iphone 7 ethesis com teen viagra useage la viagra rosa college papers for sale online thesis ireland essay about teenage pregnancy causes and effects gc ms thesis role model essay example apes essay virgira lasix urination research papers to buy narrator essay essay about a hot summer day us essays best alternative for viagra nizagara viagra discount viagra.com viagra $149 levitra france prix cipro pill lily otway viagra cartoon buy effexor online cipro gonorrhea viagra boosts post cuddle levitra plavix does cialis 5mg work neo viagra yr narrative essay examples oedipus/essay cheap online viagra viagra cialis maker rehospitalization nursing essay essay park meldonium enhances performance desi viagra puedo tomar viagra enalapril ireland viagra write my college paper for me talent essay buy original cialis online m viagra viagra dangers best viagra shqip essays to write about apa essay free viagra in uk eu viagra ecotourism case study spss help viagra and priligy viagra 25mg do my coursework caspa pa essay essay on bsc nursing s essay viagra capsules how to use cipro knee pain erection pills viagra viagra herpes generic viagra online india viagra grado 4 chinua achebe essay top essay viagra price viagra timing generic cialis tadalafil 20 mg reviews 10mg viagra