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Can You “Lose” Your Salvation?

No I don’t think you can “lose” your salvation but I think there is a possibility you can reject it. Salvation is a freewill choice to repent and believe and when you do the gift of grace is extended to you. Repentance means to change direction so when you recognize the gift of grace being offered you change your life direction and follow Jesus. You accept his offer of salvation. If you willfully choose to return back to your life of sin, you have changed direction or repented of your decision to accept the grace offered you. I’m not talking about falling into sin or having sin in your life, I’m talking about the complete, willful decision to live in sin without regard to Christ at all. A very interesting study!!

Lastly, if scripture says to “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling”, if there is no danger at all, then what is there to work out or to be afraid of or tremble about?

Follow these scriptures and see what you think the bible is saying.

 

Salvation, Can I Lose it?

  1. Eph 2:1-10   have been saved – grace through faith – gift (He doesn’t remove the gift we refuse the gift). I have a responsibility to live outside the “used to” and walk now in the “alive with Christ”.Psalms 91 filled with promises and blessing but only to those who “dwell in”    2. God is not a respecter of persons where His love is concerned but He is where  His judgment is concerned 1 John 5:1-5 “who is it that overcomes”…? Those who still walk in “our” faith and love is “keeping” His commands.Rev.3:1-5 “worthy” matters, Rev.3:14-21 “one or the other” forces Him to spit us out of His mouth also, to the “one” who is victorious…
  2. Rev. 3:10-13 to endure is a conscious decision – “take your crown” implication is you had it and allowed it to be taken (lost?)
  3. Rev. 2:1-5 repent or remove, 18-26 “the rest of you” separates by lifestyle and choices.
  4. Mt. 25:1-13, 31-46
  5. Luke 9:57-62 cost and continual sacrifice are requirements of fitness. If I’m not fit for service in the kingdom of God how can I be fit for residence in the kingdom of God?
  6. John 3:16-21 continual believing (faith) releases us from condemnation (NOW no condemnation…who are IN Christ) not believing returns us to condemnation by implication.
  1. Old and New Testament bottom lines Heb. 6:4-6
  2. Ezek. 18:21-32

How are You Doing in what You are Doing?

This week we look at the motivation behind everything we do or say. We will be educated on what that motivation should be and challenged to measure ourselves against that motivation. Take a moment and watch the video and stay on the site for a while and learn more about Freedom Family Fellowship.

Am I My Brothers Keeper?

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Whose responsibility is it to worry about the problems of other people? Is it really mine? Today we look at that very thing and what my attitude should be. It’s not always easy or enjoyable but it’s always right. If you’re in a tough spot or wrapped up in the details then watch this video and just maybe you will be given a new perspective.

The Cure for Loneliness

The Cure for Loneliness

Have you ever felt lonely? Of course you have…everyone has! In this week’s Moment of Truth Pastor Scott talks about what to do when you’re lonely. In less than 5 minutes you will be encouraged, uplifted and empowered right where you are. It’s a short investment with great returns. This is a down to earth video blog that’s not “churchy” or “religious” just inspired by a desire to help and encourage. Come back next week for another Moment of Truth with Pastor Scott and look around the site for more information on Freedom Family Fellowship.

 

Salvation, Can I Lose It?

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1. Eph 2:1-10   have been saved – grace through faith – gift (He doesn’t remove the gift we refuse the gift). I have a responsibility to live outside the “used to” and walk now in the “alive with Christ”.

 John 3:16-21 continual believing (faith) releases us from condemnation (NOW no condemnation…who are IN Christ) not believing returns us to condemnation by implication.