Throughout the last two centuries of Christianity, the ‘gospel’ being preached centers upon Salvation through faith alone (Eph 2:9). However, this Faith Alone ‘gospel’ fails to address the need for any accompanying “works” mentioned in Eph 2:10 that Jesus referred to as “fruit” (John 15:2) that can only be produced from “works“. This is why God requires Christians to accept and implement Initial and Final Salvation, as it accommodates both “faith” + “works“.
Final Salvation also relates to running the “race that God has set before us” (1 Cor 9:24 and Heb 12:1-2) that attracts a “prize” if completed. Failure to “run the race” means the Christian will not achieve Final Salvation.
To obtain an overview of the above chart, it is suggested you watch this brief video presentation prior to reading the information that follows.
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Many preachers claim that if an unsaved person accepts Christ as their Savior, they have experienced the New Birth, or “born again”. However, can such a claim be justified in scripture?
I question this because of my own ‘New Birth’ experience (John 3:8). What happened was that God placed a “new heart” within me (Ezek 36:26). This experience allowed me to “see” the state of God’s kingdom inside the churches, which to me was horrific.
Please let me explain.
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The Bible contains many strange statements that are not easily understood – especially of “walking in the spirit“. Much research and questioning is often required to discover what these topics truly mean.
- Holiness (Heb 12:14-16)
- Sanctification (1 Thes 4:4)
- Righteousness (Matt 5:20)
- Truth (John 18:38)
- Predestination (Rom 8:29)
- Walking in the Spirit/Flesh
This article will endeavor to explain what “Walking in the Spirit” vs “Walking in the Flesh” means from the Bible’s perspective.
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