Ephesians 2:8 For by grace are ye saved through faith;
and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:
Ephesians 2:1 And YOU hath he QUICKENED, who were dead in trespasses and sins;
Col. 2:12 Buried with him in baptism, wherein also ye are risen with him through the faith of the operation of God, who hath raised him from the dead.
Col. 2:13 And you, being dead in your sins and the uncircumcision of your flesh, hath he QUICKENED together with him, having forgiven you all trespasses;
Forgiveness of sins gives one A holy spirit. or A good conscience.
Saved or made Safe from What?
The starry host was "Sabazianism" and being a goyim or national religion was called "demonism". God turned the people over to worship the starry host because of idolatry at Mount Sinai which was beyond redemption
Saved or Kept Safe by Grace through faith FROM WHAT.
Ephesians 2:2 Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this WORLD,
according to the prince of the power of the air,
the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience:
The World or Kosmos is defined as the ecumenical or the kingdom of the Devil. Jesus died for everyone but He does not pray for the WORLD. His is the WAY (Road, Pattern) called a SECT and almost no one finds their way through the narrow gate.
Kosmos , ho, natgural, II.rnament, decoration, esp. of women; “hieros k.” OGI90.40 (Rosetta, ii B. C.): pl., ornaments, A.Ag.1271; “hoi peri to sōma k.” Isoc.2.32: metaph., of ornaments of speech, such as epithets, Id.9.9 (pl.), Arist.Rh.1408a14, Po.1457b2, 1458a33; hadumelē k. keladein to sing sweet songs of praise, Pi.O.11 (10).13 (s.v.l.).
Hēdu^-melēs , Dor. had- , Aeol. ad- , es, A. sweet-singing, “khelidoi” Anacr.67, cf. Sapph.122（Comp.), Pi.N.2.25; sweet-sounding, “xoana” S.Fr.238, etc.: poet. fem., “hēdumeleia surigx” Nonn.D.29.287.
Surigx , iggos, hē, A. shepherd's pipe, Panspipe, “aulōn suriggōn t' enopē” Il.10.13; “nomēes LAWS terpomenoi surigxi” 18.526; “suriggōn enopē” h.Merc.512; “hupo ligurōn suriggōn hiesan audēn” Hes.Sc.278; “ou molpan suriggos ekhōn” S.Ph.213 (lyr.); kalaminē s. Ar.Fr.719; “kat' agrous tois nomeusi surigx an tis eiē” Pl.R.399d.
2. cat-call, whistle, hiss, as in theatres, Id.Lg.700c; cf. “surizō” 11.2, surigmos:—the last part of the nomos Puthikos was called surigges, prob. because it imitated the dying hisses of the serpent Pytho, Str.9.3.10.
3. mouthpiece of the aulos,