You CAN’T lose your salvation.

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7 Responses to You CAN’T lose your salvation.

  1. Truth2Freedom says:

    Reblogged this on Truth2Freedom's Blog.

  2. Laura says:

    Every time I think our beliefs are just too different from some of the things I see taught on your program (i.e. some of John MacArthur’s teachings – not all, but more and more in recent months just prior to and following the Strange Fire conference), I see something like this and I realize that the benefits that we ARE getting out of it outweigh the minor things in which we disagree. My husband and I have learned much by watching your program and it has helped us to grow in our faith. I thank you for covering such a broad range of topics that are vital to Christians today.

  3. jasonjshaw says:

    Basically what is being said is that you can’t easily unlearn something that you understand. I agree with this, as someone who believes in the concepts Jesus taught, but not the supernatural occurrences.

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  5. D.G says:

    Matt 24:13′ He who endures to the to the end shall be saved.’ Implies that he who DOESNT endure to the end WONT be saved!

  6. The word “saved” in Matt 24:13 in the Greek is sode’-zo…and it means
    “to save, keep safe and sound, to rescue from danger or destruction; one (from injury or peril) to save a suffering one (from perishing), i.e. one suffering from disease, to make well, heal, restore to health”

    Read the rest of the chapter starting in verse 1. You will find that Jesus was not talking about divine salvation; rather about terrible things coming in the future [i.e. persecutions, death…etc] to the followers of Jesus.

    Additionally, why would Jesus allow Himself to die for something that He says is a free gift to those that repent — which you could lose? It is impossible.

    Repentance…we would all agree…is the key to salvation. NOT ONCE in the New Testament is an occasion of the word repent, repentance or repenting used in suggestion that we could lose what was just repented for. Not once.

    Context my friends is the key.

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