I want to know what you think . . . You can post a comment why or why not?

I am in a debate with a friend of mine.   I would love to know your thoughts.  Please feel free to leave comments.



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8 responses to “I want to know what you think . . . You can post a comment why or why not?

  1. Hi; Excellent post for me. Your post has supporting. I want to has valuable posts like yours in my blog. How do you write these posts? And you have a problem about your template.You should fix your caseabout your template … I recently came across your blog and have been readingalong. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this website often.Good day…

    • I am glad you are enjoying the post. I am not sure I understand what I need to fix on my template. Please clarify. I am limited on font style and size that I can use right now. I am not sure if that is what you are referring to.

      As to how I write these post, first I spend time with God and ask him to lay His message on my heart. Then I write, edit, edit and edit until the post flows well. Also, I got advice from a great blogger Michael Hyatt. There is a link to his website on the right column. You can search his blog for more information.

      Thank you for your kind words, and I appreciate your input on how to make this blog better.

  2. thank you for sharing this post..

  3. Pertaining to the survey question on being saved: I do believe once saved always saved. I would argue that those who fall away weren’t truly saved to begin with.
    FANTASTIC blog – you are a blessing, and I very much look forward to following you! Thank you for all you do!

    • Rebecca, I tend to lean in that direction too. My whole thing is how can we lose only something God can give Himself? If we believe in Jesus as our Lord and Savior, then we can have eternal life. (John 3:16). I have yet to find a a verse that says, BUT if you . . . . you lose your salvation.

      Thanks for sharing!

  4. Dan Lacich

    There are passages that get used on both sides of this debate but it seems to me that the ones that are used to say you can lose your salvation have a reasonable alternative explanation. The ones that are used to teach you cannot lose your salvation do not have another reasonable explanation. For instance, some verses that seem to say you can lose your salvation can also be understood to speak about people who “appeared” to be saved but where not. As John says, “they went out from among us but were never really part of us”. 1 John 2:19
    Dan Lacich

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