True or false: 1)Many who believe in a higher power will ultimately be lost. 2) Many who believe in the true God will ultimately be lost. 3) Many who appear to believe in Jesus will ultimately be lost. 4) Many who believe in Jesus will ultimately be lost. According to Scripture, each of these statements is TRUE. There may be millions who think they are Christians who are NOT. Many of whom may have responded to the modern invitation system. They have exercised some sort of faith...even faith in Jesus, but it is not saving faith. The answer to the question: "What is true saving faith?" is one of the things that matter most.
Great Sermon! This is a great sermon. Message to Eric or those like him: You should know there is nothing new under the sun. If you judge a message by how new or different it is then you will soon find yourself outside of biblical doctrine.
Great Sermon! Listening afresh to this series of these precious foundational truths. Thank you.
Good sermon. This is a very good sermon; however, it is very, very similar to Ray Comfort's "True and False Conversion" first delivered in 1983.
I would encouarge those who read this to listen to Comfort's messages as well.
from Sort of eastern Virginia
Great Sermon! Not only was this message well researched and cited Biblically, but the manner/style of the presentation kept me on the edge of my seat. The Doctrine of Election has never been better outlined and presented.
Born and raised in Baltimore MD, then moving to Florida in his youth, Russ came to faith in Christ as a third year college student through the testimony of his brother Doug. Russ transferred from the University of Florida to Shelton College which is affiliated with the Bible...