Once Saved, (Not) Always Saved?
There is a common Christian doctrine often called "once saved, always saved" primarily found in Calvinistic wings of the Christian faith, although it can be found elsewhere throughout Protestant Evangelical wings as well. For a helpful introductory article on the subject, read here.
Day 1. Consider these passagesJohn 8:31-32; Rom 2:4-8; 1 Cr 15:2; 1 Tim 4:16; 2 Tim 2:12; Heb 3:6, 14; 6:4-6; 10:26-27, 36; Jam 2:21-22; 1 Pet 4:17-18; 2 Jn 8; Rev 2:25-26; 3:11
Day 2.How do you view you own salvation? Is it something that can be 'lost'? Why or why not?
Day 3.If you believe that your salvation is something that can be 'lost' or that you can turn away from persevering in your faith, how do you remain confident in your salvation?
Day 4.Are you striking a balance between the realities of turning from the faith and yet trusting completely, and confidently, in your faith in Jesus for the assurance of your slavation?
Day 5.In what ways does your understanding of grace interplay with your daily walk and perseverance in the faith?