Many Christians hope that salvation is once and for all. However, is the statement tenable or based on the Lord’s word?
We are forgiven of our sins, but we still sin and haven’t get rid of sins thoroughly. Can we enter the kingdom of heaven like this?
Is it true that “once saved, always saved” after we believe in the Lord Jesus? I received unexpected gains in a Bible study meeting.
Being saved means we are changed in our life disposition. Then does being saved by grace and forgiven our sins mean we are saved?
I was sure I could be saved and enter the kingdom of heaven as long as we believe in heart and confess in our mouth. Why is it impossible?
The Lord Jesus was crucified as a sin offering to redeem us. And we’ll be raptured into the kingdom of heaven when the Lord comes. Is this viewpoint correct?
Bible says "and with the mouth confession is made to salvation". Many people think salvation is once and for all, can we really always be saved once we are saved?
What‘s the true meaning of being saved? We do have believed in the Lord; however, does it mean that we have been saved thoroughly?
Bible Study Topics: Our sins have been forgiven through our faith in the Lord Jesus, does this mean that we are righteous men? Can We Be Justified by Faith?