Are You a True, Honest Bible Believer or are You Walking in the Traditions of Mere Sinful Seminarians, in Lies?
CAN someone who got saved and who then rebelled and was therefore “cut off” by God like the Jews were, be grafted back in “AGAIN” to Christ’s family? Drop your emotions and live by God’s Word only. The answer is Yes or no please:
“Behold therefore the goodness and severity of God: on them which fell, severity; but toward thee, goodness, if thou continue in his goodness: otherwise thou also shalt be cut off. 23 And they also, if they abide not still in unbelief, shall be graffed in: for God is able to graff them in again.” Romans 11:22-23
It’s time to repent of gullibly receiving seminarian doctrines of mere sinful men and hear and embrace God’s Word. Let’s let God speak for Himself by getting all of our doctrinal beliefs from diligent study of the full counsel of His written Word.
Look at the word “again” in Luke 15, prodigal of the lost son. We see this same divine principle of restoration to those once saved and then they departed from the faith. Yet, their restoration – being graffed back in – is contingent, conditional upon their returning (repentance) to the Father.
Then, read Ezekiel 33:12-13 carefully and you will see that God judges us in the present and not the past. What someone was in Christ in the past has no bearing on who they are or whether they are in Christ today. Abiding means remaining and Jesus says that all who are “in” Him who do not remain in Him, will be cast into the fire (hell). See John 15:1-6.
What about the 10 virgins who set out to marry the bridegroom (Jesus)? How many made it to the bridal chamber (eternity)? Find out in Matthew 25:1-13.
These and many other plain and clear Bible truths remove the every and all possibility that all who are saved automatically persevere to the end and go to Heaven. The idea that if one falls away he was never saved in the first place and Calvinism’s perseverance of the saints teaching are completely false.
SAINTS, any pastor who is telling people they are safe and secure or eternally secure while those people are living in sin, is clearly the enemy of Christ who never promised unconditional eternal security to anyone. Read Malachi 2:17 closely.
The book Lie of the Ages is a profound and thorough refutation of the in-conditional eternal security, OSAS (once saved always saved) cliche’ that has poisoned the minds of millions of Christians and sent to eternal damnation untold masses who had once been saved. This volume contains all that you ever wanted to know about this important topic and much, much more. Read what others are saying here: Lie of the Ages: History’s Fatal Falsehood