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OzSpen

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God gave the gift of faith to the jailer, thus enabling the jailer to believe.
Kk,

Please provide biblical support for this from the context of Acts 16:31.

According to John 12:32 (NIV), Jesus said: 'And I, when I am lifted up[a] from the earth, will draw all people to myself'.

I pursue this issue in my article, Can people choose to reject salvation?

According to Rom 12:3 (ESV), believers are 'to think with sober judgment, each according to the measure of faith that God has assigned'.

When is that measure of faith given? Can a person resist God's drawing for salvation?

Oz
 

Kkamagwi

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Kk,

Please provide biblical support for this from the context of Acts 16:31.

According to John 12:32 (NIV), Jesus said: 'And I, when I am lifted up[a] from the earth, will draw all people to myself'.

I pursue this issue in my article, Can people choose to reject salvation?

According to Rom 12:3 (ESV), believers are 'to think with sober judgment, each according to the measure of faith that God has assigned'.

When is that measure of faith given? Can a person resist God's drawing for salvation?

Oz
Christ's suffering and death was decision's hour. The world's prince, the devil, would be cast out, subdued. Through his death, Jesus took from the devil the right which he'd assumed on account of humanity's sins, namely, of keeping people in subjection to him. By bearing the world's sins and by effecting a reconciliation for them all, Jesus took away from the devil the power to keep people in his service.

In the end, the question will be whether people will stand by Jesus or by Satan.

The tree was transformed into grace's throne. Christ's cross is the ladder between earth and heaven.
 

OzSpen

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Christ's suffering and death was decision's hour. The world's prince, the devil, would be cast out, subdued. Through his death, Jesus took from the devil the right which he'd assumed on account of humanity's sins, namely, of keeping people in subjection to him. By bearing the world's sins and by effecting a reconciliation for them all, Jesus took away from the devil the power to keep people in his service.

In the end, the question will be whether people will stand by Jesus or by Satan.

The tree was transformed into grace's throne. Christ's cross is the ladder between earth and heaven.
Kk,

You answered not one of the questions I asked of you in #301. Not one.

Instead, you were off and running with your own theological spin that wasn't related to my questions.

We can't have a reasonable dialogue when you do that.

Oz
 

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Kk,

You answered not one of the questions I asked of you in #301. Not one.

Instead, you were off and running with your own theological spin that wasn't related to my questions.

We can't have a reasonable dialogue when you do that.

Oz
We've gone round and round and round on your Acts verse Oz. I see no reason to address it any further at this time.
 

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