Many Christians today don’t really understand what it means to repent. But what does the bible say about repentance? What does repentance mean? Is it optional for salvation? Is keeping repentance after being born again a work based salvation? This article will answer these questions from the Word of God.
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Salvation By Grace Through Faith – The Bible from the Old Testament to the New speaks about faith as a means by which we attain salvation. It is called salvation from faith to faith. But after the Lord Jesus came, what does it mean to be saved through faith? This article will answer that question. May the Lord open our ears to hear and understand the true meaning of Faith!
The parable of the sower meaning is explained by the Lord Jesus Christ to His disciples, however this page will explain it further to those willing to dig deeper into the meaning. This page will also help you see how this parable of the sower contradicts the gospel of Once Saved Always Saved. May the Lord Jesus guide you in your search for the truth!
The Parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15 is one of the most famous parables of the Lord Jesus Christ. This post is a commentary and explanation of the parable. This article will also explain how the parable contradicts the doctrines of Calvinism and Once Saved Always Saved. May the Lord Jesus bless you reading this article!
The parable of the ten bridesmaids, also known as the parable of the ten virgins, is one of the well-known parables of our Lord Jesus Christ. This parable is very deep with knowledge and has clues to show us that we have to endure until the end, that we have to keep our fires burning for the Lord Jesus’s return. This post will explain how this parable destroys the doctrine of “Once Saved Always Saved”. May the Lord open our ears to the truth.
This study is dedicated to the beautiful analogy of the olive tree used by the apostle Paul in chapter 11 of his letter to the Romans. Specifically Romans 11:22 is a very known verse showing that believers can be cut off from the salvation of God. May the Lord help us abide in the Vine and keep being supported by the root!
Acts 14:22 is a simple verse that links salvation directly to having to endure through tribulation until the end. In this post, I will show why this is true by laying out that passage with some personal comments. May the Lord open our eyes to see and our ears to hear what the Spirit says!
Colossians 1:20-23 is a simple passage that also links salvation directly to having to continue in the faith. In this post, I will lay out that passage with some personal comments to show how clear this is. May the Lord help you brothers see the truth and importance of enduring in the faith to be granted salvation!
John 15:1-6 is a passage that utterly contradicts the lying doctrine of Once Saved Always Saved. In this post, I will show why this is true by laying out that passage with some personal comments. May the Lord open our eyes to see and our ears to hear what the Spirit says!
The first letter to the Corinthians has 2 passages which are clear exhortations to keep running the race and keep the gospel true believers have already received. These passages go directly against the doctrine of Once Saved Always Saved and show that if we don’t keep running and if we don’t keep in memory the true gospel, we could lose our salvation. In this post, I will display these two passages with some additional comments. Hopefully, dear reader, this will further help you see the truth for yourself. May the Lord guide you to the truth of His gospel!