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Total Eternal Security

When considering things that dovetail look at these two Scripture.1 Cor. 5:7, "For even Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us" and "The Lord said, "When I see the blood I will pass over you" (Exodus 12:13). Is this total security?

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I am going to try and do this one without looking up scripture because there are other things on here that I want to look at. There is eternal security. But only if you are 1. born-again, 2 that you keep the faith 3. that you endure till the end. What more do you need? HEAVEN. Thank you!+
---catherine on 9/2/07


"Our security is-or should be-in Christ, Who is eternal," Jack on 8/18 "Suggesting Christ is our security, so true, does not conflict, but rather reinforces, since He is the author and finisher of our faith." Christina on 8/19 "Our eternal security is purchased by Christ, promised by the Father, and sealed by the Holy Spirit." Cynthia on 9/1

Amen and again I say Amen. Beautifully stated. And the bottom line concerning our redemption, protection and deliverance.
---joseph on 9/2/07


When we come to know Christ as our personal Savior, we are brought into a relationship with God that guarantees eternal security.(Jude 24). I believe that our eternal security is a result of God keeping us, not us maintaining our own salvation(John 10:28-29). And Ephesians 4:30 tells us that believers are sealed for the day of redemption. Also Romans 8:38-39 is a powerful truth for eternal security. Our eternal security is purchased by Christ, promised by the Father, and sealed by the Holy Spirit.
---Cynthia on 9/1/07


May I suggest something novel?

Our security is--or should be--in Christ, Who is eternal, not our own act of faith.

I can't help wondering how many people are putting their faith in their own faith, if you get my meaning.
---Jack on 8/18/07
sometimes I'm guilty. Its just another type of works. Its so hard to give up.
let go and let God (old 12 step saying)
---Andrea on 9/1/07


The correlation between these verses is the promised protection from the wrath of God concerning and established in and for those willing to comply and rest contently in the Fathers word of salvation."Our security is-or should be-in Christ, Who is eternal, not our own act of faith."Jack on 8/18 I agree. Yet faith is vital. Security is eternal for all who believe it and are willing to rely on, adhere to, trust in and depend upon the atoning sacrifice of the One sent. For He now abides within us.
---joseph on 8/19/07




Jack, it's not so novel, infact much debated....faith is not something we muster up, but infact is a gift from God, if true faith...we can do nothing to create rather it is the work of the Holy Sprit. Suggesting Christ is our security, so true, does not conflict, but rather reinforces since He is the author and finisher of our faith.
---christina on 8/19/07


Without Faith it is Impossible to Please God
Hebrews 11:4-6

By faith Abel offered to God a better sacrifice than Cain, .. 5 By faith Enoch was taken up so that he should not see death, .. he was pleasing to God. 6 And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him.
---Ted on 8/19/07


"So then Faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God" (Romans 10:17). We grow in our faith by the principle of study (II Timothy 2:15). We renew our minds and approve what is acceptable and pleasing unto God (Romans 12:1-2). This is how we grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ (II Peter 3:18). This is how we will be faithful unto death, Revelation 2:10.
---Ted on 8/19/07


Through the all sufficient Word of God, that is able to build us up and give us an inheritance among all them which are sanctified..
(II Timothy 3:16-17, Acts 20:32). This is the way we can remain faithful unto death.
---Ted on 8/19/07


I love what you said Jack. :) I have always struggled in the area of faith and am learning to not trust in my emotions at the moment--but in Jesus Christ alone. I'm grateful He does not have mood shifts like me lol! :D
---Mary on 8/18/07




May I suggest something novel?

Our security is--or should be--in Christ, Who is eternal, not our own act of faith.

I can't help wondering how many people are putting their faith in their own faith, if you get my meaning.
---Jack on 8/18/07


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