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Understanding Romans 7:9

Published: August 17, 2020 (Originally published: March 30, 2015)
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I read your good article in answer to a question regarding pre-born babies in the Rapture. You said that children below the age of accountability belong to God, and quoted Romans 7:9. Was there a misprint in this reference? The verse does not appear to address the issue. Please elaborate. Thank you.


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OSAS And 2 Peter 3:17

Published: August 14, 2020 (Originally published: August 5, 2014)
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I am doing a study on 2nd Peter and am having trouble answering a question. My question deals with 2 Peter 3:17, which is a warning from Peter. I understand the warning but my study question asks, “what does this show regarding once saved, always saved”. Can you help me understand?


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Where’s The Repentance?

Published: August 14, 2020 (Originally published: August 5, 2014)
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When I became a believer 5 years ago, I couldn’t find an appropriate church and so your site taught me most of what I know. I sincerely appreciate the effort you put into it. My question has to do with belief in Christ being all we need for salvation. My husband says he believes and has a clear understanding of Christ and God. He became a believer shortly after I did. He occasionally reads his Bible and listens to Christian music. However, I feel as though he is not repenting of certain sins. Don’t we need repentance as well?


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OSAS And Romans 8:6,13

Published: August 14, 2020 (Originally published: January 6, 2015)
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I believe in OSAS, as the Bible clearly teaches it. However, I am finding more and more people (especially in my bible study group) using different scriptures to counter OSAS, which does not make sense to me. The most common one I have seen used is Romans 8:6 and 13 where Paul speaks of the fleshly mind is death (physical and spiritual) and that whoever lives according to the flesh will die spiritually, but whoever lives according to the spirit will live. How does this relate to believers?


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A Divorce Question

Published: August 13, 2020 (Originally published: August 2, 2014)
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I have been separated from my estranged wife now for almost 6 years, she had an affair, lied to me. We are not divorced. My question to you is should I get divorced? My heart tells me I should, but I can’t seem to get the courage to do it. She has never requested a divorce, but there is no hope of getting back together. I know God hates divorce and I have no desire to meet another woman for the time being. I became a believer just this past summer and it has been on my mind more often lately. Your advice would be greatly appreciated. God bless.