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If you can lose your salvation,
Jesus said, “All that the Father giveth me
shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I
IN NO WISE CAST OUT”
(Holy Bible, John 6:37,
He said that if a person comes to
Him, He “will in no wise” (not for any reason) cast him out.
If God takes away any
person’s salvation, then God is a
Jesus said, “And this is the Father’s will
which hath sent me, that of all which he hath given me I
SHOULD LOSE NOTHING, but should raise it up again
at the last day”
(Holy Bible, John 6:39,
Jesus said that He will “lose
nothing,” (that every person who comes to Him for salvation,
He will save and keep saved — He will not lose one of them).
If you can lose your
salvation, then God is a
liar and a
Jesus said, “And I give unto them eternal
life; and they shall never perish,
NEITHER SHALL ANY
MAN PLUCK THEM OUT OF MY HAND.
My Father, which gave them
me, is greater than all; and
NO MAN IS ABLE TO
PLUCK THEM OUT OF MY FATHER’S HAND”
(Holy Bible, John 10:28,29,
Jesus said that when we are saved
we are in His hand, and in the Father’s hand.
Is there anyone
strong enough to
pluck us out of the hand of Jesus or the Father?
The answer is obviously,
If anyone can take you out
of God’s hand, or if you can get out yourself, then you are
saying that someone else — or you — is stronger than God.
That would make God a
liar, and a
loser, and a
The Bible says,
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten
Son, that whosoever believeth in him SHOULD NOT PERISH, but
have EVERLASTING LIFE”
(Holy Bible, John 3:16,
perish (in the sense of
losing your salvation), then such a promise is totally
“For the wages of
death; but THE GIFT
through Jesus Christ our Lord”
(Holy Bible, Romans 6:23,
If salvation can be lost,
then you never received
eternal life, but
If it can be lost, it is
temporary — not
“For it is impossible...
if they shall fall away, to renew
them again unto repentance; seeing they crucify to
themselves the Son of God afresh, and put
to an open shame.”
Bible, Hebrews 6:4-6,
Notice carefully that
if it were possible to
fall away (for people to
lose their salvation)
then it would also be
impossible to ever
again unto repentance (impossible for
them to ever get their salvation back).
Because it would be
crucifying to themselves the Son of God afresh, and
putting Him to an open shame.
If Jesus’ one sacrifice on
the cross was not enough to save them and to keep them
saved, then Jesus would have to again go through all of the
humility, shame, spitting, beating, and death.
That is putting Jesus to
an open shame, by denying that His first sacrifice was good
enough to eternally save them.
“This only would I learn of you,
Received ye the Spirit by the works of the law, or by the
hearing of faith?
ARE YE SO FOOLISH? HAVING
BEGUN IN THE SPIRIT, ARE YE NOW MADE PERFECT BY THE FLESH?”
(Holy Bible, Galatians 3:2,3,
If you believe that Jesus
saves you, but then you have to maintain good works (not
sinning) to keep saved, then your salvation is not based
fully upon Jesus Christ, but upon a 50/50 proposition — the
first 50% on Jesus Christ to save you, and the last 50% on
yourself to maintain good works so you keep saved.
You are not
fully trusting in the
finished work of Jesus Christ,
but in your
own unfinished works.
Bow your head right
now, repent of your sins, and accept the gift of salvation
through the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ.
“Dear Lord Jesus, I do believe
that you are the Son of God; that you are God Almighty in
the flesh, the Creator of heaven and earth.
I do believe that you are
the only Savior; that you died on the cross for me, and gave
your precious blood to pay my sin debt; and then you arose
from the grave the third day.
I do now repent of my
sins, and receive you as my Savior.
Please forgive me, and
save my soul.
Please raise up my life
from sin and shame, and use it now for your glory.
In Jesus’ name I pray,
I just asked
and I desire to now live for Him.
God wants you to
now openly confess Him by
under the water at a good Bible-preaching church, and to
faithfully attend the services there.
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