Defining Salvation

Salvation is repenting of sinful acts and placing all 100% of your¬†faith in Jesus alone. You must prove your repentance by your deeds. Stop doing wicked things. Obey the Holy Bible.¬†Jesus taught the road to life is hard. Not many find eternal life according to the Bible. Many people who got saved fell away. In other words, after finding salvation, you must endure to the end to get into God’s kingdom and escape the fiery lake of burning sulfur. Eternal life comes to those who repent the second they believe on Jesus. There are many false teachings in our day such as once saved always saved. True biblical grace teaches that eternal life is a hope that is also yet to be reaped in the age to come and only for those who persist in doing good and don’t grow weary or give up. Does that describe you?

Eternal Salvation Is Not Eternal Security | Dan Corner

Can a person who loses his eternal salvation ever get saved again? Some erroneously think that eternal salvation means eternal security but the two terms are NOT the same. Eternal salvation is only for those who OBEY JESUS (Heb 5:9) whereas eternal security teaches one is saved forever regardless of what he does or fails to do. Once saved always saved is a popular myth having nothing to do with Biblical facts. Many are in hell now because of this snare to the soul. The real plan of salvation is repentance towards God and faith in Christ Jesus. Christians must endure to the end to be saved (Mt 10:22; Heb 3:14; Rev 2:10,11, etc.)


Dan Corner teaches about Eternal Salvation, Eternal Sin, Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit, Backslider

Dan Corner has decades of experience in teaching the Bible and has written the most exhaustive refutation to once saved always saved that was ever written entitled, “The Believer’s Conditional Security: Eternal Security Refuted.” Get your own copy from his website at http://www.evangelicaloutreach.org