For belivers in Jesus to be empowered by the fire of the Holy Spirit in their lives to do great things for his glory.

Ekklesia and Israel. Part-Two.

Once Saved Always Saved?

The bible never actually makes this claim and the book written by R.T. Kendall with this heading title is the opposite to what the New Testament has to say on the matter.

Why should God allow a believer to continue to commit Sin, when they should know not to do it?

The Kendall book is some ways has justified that a sexual deviant, criminal or any other  person who continues to Sin is promised Salvation.

Paul is warning us that we must not become smug in relation to the blindness that God has placed on the Jews, for Gentiles to be saved. Because he can reverse the process at His choosing.

Romans 11:19-24.


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