Sometimes we have to think before acting, because there are times when we do things on impulse or because others are forcing you to do such a thing, and you, because they forced you, made the mistake of doing it. In this case we will talk about Jesus and about salvation, which is the same.
When we deny Jesus our savior, who died on the cross of Calvary, we are saying that His sacrifice was worthless, that all this that the father did for the love of humanity was in vain. But it was not in vain, nor was it a waste, because, as many reject Him, others accept Him and abide.
At that time when Jesus was giving His sermons through the cities of those places He visited, there were the multitudes of people who attended. Many were there for a miracle, others for being saved, others who were going to murmur to the Master, and there were also spectators.
Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven.