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Do YOU Believe: Once Saved Always Saved? — 3 Comments

  1. Thanks Sister Maria… appreciate your insight. Yes, it is all about Jesus… we can do nothing apart from Him. God Bless You Dear Sister!

  2. Below are some verses which are misused and therefore causes believers to be deceived.

    As one can see so must one FIRST be free from the own devils before one can speak with a new tounge. The greek origin word means a regenerated speech which is understandable. Understandable in God’s eyes is Words which are from Him. This regenerated tounge is NOT the ‘unknown’ tounge which Pauls speaks about and which no man understand. The spirit of prophecy is the spirit of Jesus therefore is only those who by obedience have been cleansed from the own devils the ones who then hear and speak what God says:
    “these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues Mark 16:17

    Now, when the devils are cleansed from oneself one has the new regenerated tounge which only speak what one hear the Father say. NOW with those words one from now on speak one confess with the mouth Lord Jesus.  This is also contrary to the ‘lip service’ which speaks words ‘about’ Jesus and God but not words ‘from’ God:
    “if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. Rom.10:9

    Jesus says that we shall resist the devil so he will flee ‘from’ us.
    He does not say that we shall resist so he will not be able to ‘come near’ us.
    The reason is that the devil already is inside us.
    Why should we otherwise have a need of repentance or work out our salvation with fear and tremble? (Phil. 2:12)

    “Ye know not what manner of spirit ye are of. Luke 9:55

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