What is this Website?

This website is the dynamic companion to the book The Salvation Meter: Biblical Self-Diagnostic Tests to Examine Your Salvation and Spiritual Growth. At this site, you will find resources that update the tests of salvation via more in-depth exegesis, additional questions, and various teaching aids. These resources will increase the effectiveness of The Salvation Meter in your self-diagnostic examination, your small group setting, or in a church-wide study or sermon series.

THIS WEBSITE WAS LAUNCHED IN MID-OCTOBER 2021. THERE IS A LOT OF CONTENT TO BE DEVELOPED SO PLEASE BE PATIENT IF YOU DO NOT SEE WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. IF YOU HAVE A SPECIFIC QUESTION OR COMMENT, PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT STEVE BELSHEIM AT THE CONTACT INFORMATION.

If you have any questions about the benefit of using The Salvation Meter, please read pages 24-38 of the book which discuss six reasons why a person should invest their time to use The Salvation Meter. These reasons are listed below:

(1) So Many People Go to Hell and So Few Go To Heaven (revised verion now on the website);

(2) Hell is Unimaginably Too Awful in Which to Spend Eternity;

(3) Only During Your Earthly Life Can You be Saved;

(4) A Lost Person’s Eternal Destiny Can be Changed in an Instant;

(5) Heaven is Too Unimaginably Wonderful to Miss; and

(6) Assurance of Your Salvation is Possible.

I am making revisions to the above six reasons. Click on the above page entitled Six Persuasive Reasons Why a Person Should Invest Their Time to Use The Salvation Meter to read any revisions to these reasons.

Click on any chapter in The Salvation Meter shown to the right to locate resources (e.g., posts and articles) that relate to that chapter. Also, our most recent articles are accessible with just a click.

Click on Graphōble Bible Study Method – New Testament to see an overview of the Bible study method I currently employ to exegete Scripture in the posts and articles. The GBSM-NT is in development, and over time, will be published as a separate book.

Finally, I suggest that you visit my blog https://stevebelsheim.com/ at which I blog about a variety of topics that pertain to Bible study.