Once In Christ, In Christ Forever
More than one hundred biblical reasons a true believer cannot be lost.
There are only two beliefs in the world. There are those who believe they can save themselves and those who believe they need a Savior. Only Christianity offers a Savior. And only the Christian gospel guarantees every believer a place in the Father's house. Because salvation is of the Lord, plus nothing!
In spite of this, many Christians are plagued with doubts on this very subject. When your certainty of eternal salvation goes, your joy also goes. When your joy goes, so does you spiritual strength, because the joy of the Lord is your strength. The author takes us right to the problem and carefully shows us from God's Word the antidote to spiritual uncertainty. Readable and right on target.
William MacDonald has, for more than forty years, spoken plainly and written directly about the key issues of Christianity. Leaving a promising business career at the foot of the Cross, he has traveled worldwide, proclaiming the unsearchable riches of Christ. His more than sixty works published in North America are characterized by a clarity and economy of words that only comes by a major time investment in the Word of God.
Table of Contents:
- Once in Christ, in Christ Forever
- Shall Never Perish
- By Grace through Faith
- The Believer's Security in Romans 8
- Much More
- The Spirit of Assurance
- In Christ
- Members of the Body
- Eternal Life or Non-Eternal?
- Ability or Performance?
- Assurance or Uncertainty?
- Apostates or Backsliders? (Part 1)
- Apostates or Backsliders? (Part 2)
- Profession or Possession? (Part 1)
- Profession or Possession? (Part 2)
- Law or Grace?
- Fellowship or Relationship?
- Salvation or Discipleship?
- Fruit bearing or Salvation?
- Continuation or Preservation?
- Occasional or Habitual?
- Reformation or Regeneration?
- Condition or Criterion?
- Temporal Deliverance or Eternal Salvation?
- Literal Death or Figurative Death?
- Reward or Ruin?
- Overcomers or Shortcomers?
- Context or Pretext?
- Position or Practice?
- Deceived or Damned?
- Discipline or Destruction?
- Additional Passages Used to Support Conditional Salvation
- What Is the Answer?