I sometimes wonder when we use a phrase describing an event, if the way we say it brings glory to God or confussion to the listener. One phrase comes to mind when used in a sentence, I got saved. Correct me if i'm wrong but wouldn't it sound better if one said, the Lord saved me. You may say, what's the difference ? To me all the difference in the world. If a person say's, the Lord saved me, it gives glory to his grace. If i say, i got saved, it would seem this statement builds an oppinion around what the recipient did rather than what he recieved, so the phrase draws attention to works rather than grace. Example: When i went to church last Sunday, the Lord saved me. When i went to church last Sunday, i got saved.