Eternal Salvation and Eternal Security

Eternal Salvation and Eternal Security Doctrine Not Biblical Salvation by Baptism The popular phrase “eternal salvation and eternal security” is a misnomer. This phrase can only apply to baptism (reconciliation). Baptism is forever; it cannot be lost or undone. The phrase should be “once baptized always baptized.” Baptism saves a person through the resurrection of Christ. (1 Peter 3:21) The blood of Christ caused God to pass over all past sins. (Romans 3:25) Therefore, baptism saves a person from their…

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The Will of the Lord

The Will of the Lord Alpha and Omega The Will of the Lord is Eternal Life All His servants should know the will of the Lord. Peter has the following message for people saved by baptism. Since Christ suffered in the flesh, arm yourselves likewise with the same purpose in mind, because the ones who have suffered in the flesh have ceased from sin,  in order to live the rest of their lives in the flesh no longer for the…

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The Ways of God

The Ways of God are His Will The Lord wants His people to keep the ways of God by doing righteousness and justice. (Genesis 18:19) This is because His ways are everlasting just like He is. (Habakkuk 3:6) The Lord commanded Israel to obey His voice and walk in all the way that He commands them.’ (Jeremiah 7:23) Moreover, the Lord told Moses that the people he brought out of the land of Egypt quickly turned aside from the way…

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The Way of the Lord

The Way of the Lord is His Will The Lord wants His people to keep the way of the Lord by doing righteousness and justice. (Genesis 18:19) This is because His ways are everlasting just like He is. (Habakkuk 3:6) The Lord commanded Israel to obey His voice and walk in all the way that He commands them.’ (Jeremiah 7:23) Moreover, the Lord told Moses that the people he brought out of the land of Egypt quickly turned aside from…

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Once Saved Always Saved

Once Saved Always Saved Doctrine Not Biblical Salvation by Baptism The popular phrase “once saved always saved” is a misnomer. This phrase can only apply to baptism. Baptism is forever; it cannot be lost or undone. The phrase should be “once baptized always baptized.” Baptism saves a person through the resurrection of Christ. (1 Peter 3:21) The blood of Christ caused God to pass over all past sins. (Romans 3:25) Therefore, baptism saves a person from their past sins, not…

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The Book of the Law of God

The Book of the Law of God is Good and Not Good Understanding the book of the Law of God in the Bible is critical to understanding much of what Paul had to say about it. In the bible it is clear that Paul writes both positive and negative things about the law, which can be very confusing. This is because the positive things are about the law of law of the Lord. Moses wrote this law and delivered it…

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The Law of God before Mount Sinai

The Law of God before Mount Sinai from the Beginning The Bible teaches that sin is breaking the law of God before Mount Sinai or any other time. It also says that Satan sinned from the beginning of the world. Furthermore, it goes on to say that where there is no law, there is no sin. (Romans 4:15) Therefore, if no law existed, there could be no sin, because there would be no law to break. Also, no law means…

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