Once saved, can we always be saved? Is there any basis for this view in God’s words? To gain some clarity on this issue, we must first know what it means to be saved.
Why can we still not get rid of sin after being baptized but often live in the state of sinning? Does baptism mean being reborn?
We continue to sin after being saved. Will we be raptured and see the Lord’s face? Do you know how to stop sinning? Read this article, and you’ll get the answer.
Are we saved forever if we are saved once? In this article, you can get the answer and understand the true meaning of being saved.
Find out what God’s salvation is according to the Bible and how to gain the salvation of the last days prepared by the Lord.
Although we were forgiven our sins for believing in the Lord, we haven’t gained true salvation. This article tells you the true meaning of salvation and how to gain it.
Once saved, always saved? The Lord is holy. As we still live in sin, are we truly saved? Can she, a believer in the Lord for many years, find the way to break free from sin?
Although we have accepted Jesus’ salvation after being baptized, we still often sin. Can we enter God’s kingdom and become a new person after being baptized?
God says, “Those who will be perfected by God are those who will receive God’s blessings and His inheritance. …Only such kind of man is eligible to inherit these blessings bestowed by God.”
Can we achieve salvation if we don’t believe in God, but instead act virtuous, do good works, and do no evil deeds?
Believing in the Lord only means accepting the salvation of law and grace, but doesn’t represent accepting full salvation. There is one more salvation for entering the kingdom of heaven.