Coin of Salvation

Have you ever wished you had some kind of tool that would help you talk to people about the Lord?
We have created these coins to do just that. On one side it speaks of justification and on the other, sanctification.
                                                         The graphics make it easy to remember and talk about what is important in salvation; the Cross, which is how we are justified                                                            through faith, and sanctification; how we mature in the Lordship of Christ.

This coin holds no monetary value but what it represents can lead a person to eternal wealth.  There are three important words and one name associated with this coin: salvation, justification, sanctification and Christ.
The first word, salvation, refers to being delivered from harm, ruin or loss.  The second word, justification is an announcement that one has been made righteous.  And the third word, sanctification means to be set apart.  When we bring these three ideas together in one coin, they address the most important things in life and the only person that can provide them is Christ.  Let me explain what I mean.

All men need salvation, that is to say, all men need to be saved from the ruin of God’s wrath and the only one that can save us is Christ, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life” (John 3:16).
The only way a man can be justified before God, that is to say declared righteous by God is through Christ, “He made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, so that we might become the righteousness of God in Him” (2 Corinthians 5:24).

The only way a man can be sanctified, that is to say, set apart for God’s purposes is through Christ, “By [God’s] will we have been sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all” (Hebrews 10:10); “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand so that we would walk in them” (Eph. 2 :10).

The only way for you to experience the value of what this coin represents is to place your faith in Christ.  Jesus came into the world to die for your sin so you could  be saved from God’s wrath.  The only way for you to be saved is trusting in, clinging to, and relying only on Christ to have died in your place (salvation).  At the moment you place your faith in Christ, God takes all of your faults (sin) and charges them to Christ and then He takes all of Christ’s righteousness and charges it to you, so that He sees you in Christ’s righteousness (justification).  Once that transaction has taken place you are permanently saved from God’s wrath and elevated to a new life in Christ.  Experiencing this new life to the fullest is a process that takes time to mature.  It is much like going through all the grades in school. We would do well to think of that process as the “school of faith.”  When we first entered school, we had to learn our A B C’s before we could spell and then read.  And along the way, we had high points and low points in our education, but over time we kept growing and maturing.  This is what the sanctification (set apart for God) process is like.  It takes time and God’s patience with us but in the end, "...he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Jesus Christ" (Philippians 1:6).

If you would like to accept Jesus Christ as your Savior, you can pray a prayer something like this to affirm your faith; Dear God, I know that I need to be saved from your wrath for all my faults and I would like to place my trust in your Son, Jesus Christ to be my Savior.  I would like You to give me His righteousness in place of my sin and please help me to live my life for Him.  Father God, thank you for Saving me, amen!  
If this was your prayer, welcome to the family of God.  The next step in the school of faith would be to acquire a good Bible (recommendations; New American Standard, New King James, English Standard Version). Read it beginning with the Gospel of John and find a good Bible teaching church for fellowship and encouragement in your new walk with the Lord. You are always welcome at Ukiah Bible Church!

Keep this Coin of Salvation with you to remind you of what God has done for you and use it to tell others about God’s love for them in Christ.
The coin is beautifully minted in black and gold and are 2" in diameter.
Each coin comes with a clear, hard plastic case and a gift box.
Also included is the description above to help you clearly present what the coin represents.

  A donation of any amount will be gladly accepted, $12.00 will cover the cost of the coin and mailing within the U.S.