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    Perfect Tense for "saved" proves eternal security

    Great!!! But you cannot be unjustified You are now justified, Now at peace with God, Now reconciled to God, Now are attoned for. You are now dead, reckon it to be so.
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    Perfect Tense for "saved" proves eternal security

    " I believe it depends on your standing with God at the moment of your death" Romans 6:3 - Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death? You are already dead!!! and here is you standing at your death....Please take the time and read and...
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    Eternal security or conditional security?

    It is my understanding, that if anything was talking about "approval", then it would have some form of "approve in the verse". Much like it does in many passages. Generally when the word "sealed" is being used, it is talking about something being sealed, such as an envelope or scroll that no...
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    Eternal security or conditional security?

    I kinda did? If a person has fear of loosing salvation, then that person will do fleshly works to try and ensure his/her salvation. This will be called "living after the flesh". Described in the versuses previous to the one I posted. Living after the flesh is not speaking about lost sinners...
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    Eternal security or conditional security?

    Well it does say sealed. Verse 14, also describes the length of this sealed..."until redemption". Which is also confirmed in Ephesians 4:30 - And grieve not the Holy Spirit of God, whereby ye are SEALED UNTO THE DAY OF REDEMPTION. So, a person is not unsealed do to the time frame of what the...
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    Eternal security or conditional security?

    Belief is something you do or don't do subconsciencly. You either believe something or you don't. Belief is not, waking up day in and day out making sure you believe. Or making sure that you believe something all together. "Oh crap! Did I remember to believe yesterday? Did I loose my...
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    The Two Dispensations

    There is no "spiritual Israel". Romans 11 makes it very clear that God has not cast away Israel but are under temporary blindness. God will resume his dealings with Israel once the time we are living in comes to its conclusion. as far as our inheritance goes.. We inherit much more than union...
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    Eternal security or conditional security?

    Please notice a common occurrence of the word "fruit". It correlates with the word "deeds". It's clearly talking about a working justified life. A person who is justified CAN produce fruit unto death. If a person is trying to live unto God through the power of his flesh(i.e. Trying to keep...
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    Eternal security or conditional security?

    Romans 8:1 is not referring to justification. Condemnation in this passage is in reference to self condemnation. Such condemnation that Paul experienced as he explained it in chapter 7. After Paul was justified, he tried to live unto God by keeping the law. All he experienced by this was...
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    Eternal security or conditional security?

    The word "saved" in this passage as nothing to do with justification. Justification was already determined in verse 1, pertaining to the gospel was preached, received, and is their standing. The word "saved" is however in reference to the troubles that the Corinthians are going through, which...
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    Resisting "the Mystery of God"

    Eph 3:3-5 - How that by revelation he made known unto me the mystery; (as I wrote afore in few words, Whereby, when ye read, ye may understand my knowledge in the mystery of Christ) Which in other ages was not made known unto the sons of men, as it is now revealed unto his holy apostles and...
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    OSAS The Truth

    Has the 70 weeks been fulfilled or does something still need to happen for it's fulfillment? It is my understanding that the Time of Jacobs Trouble is the last week of Daniel's seventy weeks. Do you believe this as well? Would Jesus have to suffer and endure to the end of this time?
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    OSAS The Truth

    Will Jesus Christ have to suffer, and endure to the end of the 7 year tribulation(Time of Jacobs Trouble)? If not, why?
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    OSAS The Truth

    I am believer of OSAS. Romans 1-5 makes it very clear that one is eternally justified unto eternal life. The verse I quoted is a very important verse. If people rightly divide the word of truth, so much confusion would be out the door.
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    OSAS The Truth

    2 Tim 2:15 - Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. I believe there can be 2 contradictory statements, That is why God tells us to rightly divide the word of truth. Just because they are contradictory, does not make...
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