Q. Without mentioning any names, some famous people who claim to be Christians have said they believe Jesus died for their sins but do not believe that Jesus is the only way to Heaven. Are these people saved?
I am confused about the OSAS answer you gave to the recent question posted about that. I always thought that if a person does not experience the conviction of the Holy Spirit about their ongoing sins after saying the prayer that maybe they said it flippantly and did not really mean it.
A teacher used Romans 11:22 defending the statement that to remain saved we must follow the commandments or be cut off. He also cites James 2:14and 24-26 to back this up. And if we commit “Deadly Sins” our souls are dead and a person is not saved anymore.
A friend of mine, once a very loving and dedicated Christian, has over the past several years gone through many traumas in her life. Having thrown herself on God’s mercy, and spent many hours in prayer, she has received no solution to her problems. She now believes in her heart that God can not exist. What happens to her Salvation?
I have a question regarding unforgiveness and hell. I recently saw a program where they claimed that true believers could go to hell if they harbored unforgiveness in their hearts towards anyone, even if they’re an unbeliever or a stranger. Is any of what they said true?
I have a question after reading your article titled ” what did GOD do on the 8th day?” Its what Jesus said in Matthew 5:28 and what Paul tells us in 1 Corinthians 5. I wonder if a fantasy of having a romantic encounter with women you know (of course the fantasy ends up in sex) keeps you from entering into heaven?
In your,”Pentecost and the Rapture of the Church” you said ” One day soon now, all who are in Christ will suddenly disappear from the face of the Earth. Included among them will be all children and those mentally incapable of making informed choices.” If all children are also raptured, then why were not the children in Noah’s time saved?
Q. About 10 years ago I prayed for a relative a day before his bleeding stomach surgery and shared the gospel with him. Afterward he agreed to say the sinner’s prayer with me. He recovered from his surgery but went back to his pagan practices. A couple of years ago he was diagnosed with a terminal illness. This time he was led to say the sinner’s prayer by his sister and a friend. His family are all very strong Christians and they got him baptized as well. He recently passed away. Do you think he was saved, or did he disqualify himself by going back to his old ways after he asked the first time?
Please don’t think that I am hard and unforgiving on the contrary from the day I committed my life to Christ I have known deep heartbreak and hurt from my own family who do not know the Lord. If I did not forgive I would ended with no family whom I love.
I have a question about a comment you left to a person that was asking you a question about partial rapture theories.I was wondering why you did not point him to Rev 3:16, “So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.”