SOME CHRISTIANS TEACH THAT A “SAVED” PERSON CAN SIN ALL HE/SHE WANTS SINCE THERE IS NO WAY TO LOSE SALVATION. IS THIS TRUE?

 

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HEBREWS 10:26-27,31- For if we sin willfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins,

27- But a certain fearful looking for of judgment and fiery indignation, which shall devour the adversaries.

31- It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.

The security of salvation has long been a topic of debate among Christian. “Once saved, always saved” is a slogan that seems to reflect several parts of the Bible where believers are assured of God’s promise to bring them to heaven. Yet other people believe that salvation is a treasure to protect lest it be lost.  Christian are called to live out their faith, not merely to theologize the meaning of it. The Bible calls upon Christians to live faithful to Jesus Christ, for such living pleasure God. Christians who intentionally flaunt their privileges do not please God. Sinful Christians (if they can be called by that high name) treat the Bible like an irrevocable contract and treat God like a party to a contract. But God is more like the courtroom judge. And since this judge is the final court-with no appeal to any higher-Christians do well to stay faithful in a manner the Judge prescribes.

2 Peter 2:20- And when a person has escaped from the wicked ways of the world by learning about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. and then gets tangled up with sin and becomes its slave again, he is worse off than he was before.

NOTE: This verse is from the kids application bible 

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