God has his part, but we have our part too. What’s the balance?
This topic is really unpopular in the “wilder grace” and “freer grace” Renewal circles. But becoming like Christ is scriptural. Unavoidable. Necessary.
These are the basics of this neglected biblical doctrine—this doctrine that becomes a reality in your life.
Can truly born-again believers drift permanently away from their relationship with the Lord, or are they eternally secure?
In the old days, this used to be called the “perseverance of the saints” (believers). All that means is the persistence of Christians to keep their relationship with the Lord. So the related question often comes up: Can a truly born-again believer walk away from this relationship?
When we experience salvation, we respond to it in our daily lives. How doe we and should we respond?
You must be born again. But what does that mean? Does anything result from being born again? Or do we just stay the same?
Does it merely mean “changed mind,” or does it go deeper?
The vast majority of Renewalists believe the tithe is commanded for them. But they are not being taught correctly; they are getting beat down and guilt-tripped with the law. No wonder few believers give regularly.
Deliverance and maintaining lasting freedom from satanic oppression includes these essential ingredients.