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Can we lose our Salvation?

Can we lose our Salvation?

We should be thankful if God doesn’t want to give us what we want. We can be tired, weary, and emotionally troubled for not having what we want. It only means that our request is not good for us. God knows everything about us; we must align our desires with God’s provisions. Spending a few minutes alone with God may make us aware He gives us all we need—Peace living with Him is a treasure.

We are too busy enjoying the world of sin, the power of corruption, and the influence of money, forgetting, or worse, rejecting the few minutes of our time with God. It makes a busy day accomplish nothing but drowning the souls in the bottomless pit of regret. Once saved, it is always saved and cannot be undone. When someone has a second thought of losing their Salvation, they must return to the day they thought they were saved, How they have been saved, and what they did after being saved. To lose Salvation tells us that we have never been saved in the first place.

The Lake of Fire is waiting for people too busy to enjoy power. It is a powerless and fruitless activity to regain the lost assurance of the best life, which is eternal. If given a chance to be used by God, it is foolish not to accept when it is the only way to regain the lost assurance.

Isaiah 1:18: “Please come, and let’s reason together,” implores the LORD. “Even though your sins are like scarlet, they’ll be white like snow. Though they’re like crimson, they’ll become like wool.

James 4:8 Come close to God, and God will come close to you. Wash your hands, you sinners; purify your hearts, for your loyalty is divided between God and the world.

Bishop Joseph

Bishop Joseph Vitug, Ph.D. - Bishop Emeritus

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