Romans 10:13 is a well-known verse that offers assurance to all who call on the name of the Lord. However, this verse must be interpreted in light of the broader context of Scripture. In the Old Testament, calling on the name of the Lord was generally understood to mean repenting of one’s sin and turning to God for forgiveness. This understanding is still valid today. When we call on the name of the Lord, we are acknowledging our need for His forgiveness and asking Him to save us from our sin. This verse does not mean that all who simply say the words “Lord, save me” will be automatically saved. Rather, it means that all who truly turn to God in repentance and faith will be saved. This is good news for all who are willing to humble themselves and seek His forgiveness.
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