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Is it possible to loose your salvation once saved?
@Hoping says on the contrary that "ye" are not saved through faith, since, according to @Hoping, "ye" are not saved at all.
Do you believe there will be a day of judgement wherein the sheep will go one way and the goats another way ?Here, you are telling us that you are not saved. You are admitting that you are no one's brother in Christ.
I hope I can keep the faith through all I will yet endure.
I don't know if my name is in the book of life, so all I can state is that I am "converted".
Yep, grace is a gift of God.
It's sort of a loaded question.
Mixing information from different dispensations causes this type of confusion.It's sort of a loaded question.
Salvation is based on one's trusting belief that only the Most High God (YHWH) can bestow eternal life and must endure till the end with that belief.
Paul says otherwise.In other words, it's not based on a one time belief that you had at one time, but is is based on standing firm in that belief through the good times and the bad times.
John says otherwise:So if one believes that at one time and then makes a conscience choice to switch their hope on some other god, such as Baal, and choses to put their trust in Baal instead, then they have fallen away.
There ain't gonna be no Baal worshippers in the eternal kingdom, so yes they would lose salvation to eternal life, forever in the presence of YHWH.
It's only confusing to those that make it so.Mixing information from different dispensations causes this type of confusion.
It most certainly is unless you think one in the body of Christ can maintain eternal life status in the eternal kingdom worshiping Baal.Enduring to the end is NOT about the body of Christ.
Maintaining "belief" is the key.John says otherwise:
1John 5:13 (AKJV/PCE)
(5:13) These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God.
That would be you.It's only confusing to those that make it so.
Those in the body of Christ would not become "Baal worshipers".It most certainly is unless you think one in the body of Christ can maintain eternal life status in the eternal kingdom worshiping Baal.
We are saved by grace through faith the moment that we have that faith. Christ saves us, we do not save ourselves. We also do not have a responsibility to "keep ourselves saved".Maintaining "belief" is the key.
False scenarios do not support your claim.Switching from trusting belief and worshiping YHWH to trusting belief and worshiping Baal is not going to cut the mustard when it comes to being in the eternal kingdom.
"eternal life" = a Bible phraseIt most certainly is unless you think one in the body of Christ can maintain eternal life status in the eternal kingdom worshiping Baal.
Belief, rather than "belief", is the key to being saved. And the Bible speaks of believing in order to be saved, not of maintaining in order to be saved. (Of course, one may on occasion say "I maintain that such and such is the case," as a perfectly interchangeable substitute for "I believe that such and such is the case.")Maintaining "belief" is the key.
Switching from trusting belief
If that is only for the Jewish believes, why do they have to "endure" ?John 5:24 (AKJV/PCE)
(5:24) Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life.