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Sin To Lose Salvation

Can a Christian sin to such a degree that he will lose his salvation and be cast in the lake of fire?

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 ---Cynthia on 11/3/07
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Mr.BObThe plain of salvation was finish before the foundation of the world,what part did you play in forming any part of it.So you then after being saved by grace,put your self back under a law which could not save.You are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.So if you are trying to stay saved by not breaking the law,remember cursed is he that keepth not the whole law.

Remember the law did not produce life,but rather death.

The law could point out your sins,could never cleanse.
---LIONEL on 11/13/07

Paul stated that he died daily. There is no one of anything save God. Ours is a daily renewel of our faith in Him, our belief in Him, our dependence on Him. There is no blanket clause, no Ok I'm saved now I can do as I please. It is daily.
---dan on 11/13/07

Lionel, that's a big fat lie from the devil.
---Bob on 11/13/07

Once you are saved there is nothing can change that.

If one is cast into the lake,it's not because of the sin death,{Jesus paid that death}it's because he refuse the savior JESUS CHRIST.

And your sins are cast in the sea of forgetfullness,and remember no more.

---lionel on 11/13/07

Confidently google TULIP on CN, you'll find everything you need to know, but I think you know.
---Bob on 11/6/07

Blessings to all, Bob, I have a question to ask you. What is T-U-L-I-P? I have seen this many times, but I do not know what it means. Could you or anybody help me understand what this is? God Bless everyone!
---Cynthia on 11/5/07

The majority doesn't rule in this life or death mandate.
I'm not about to compromise the Word for the acceptance from bloggers that You Can't Lose/OSAS/Predestination/Inclusion/Relativism and tiptoe through all of your
T - U - L - I - P - S.
---Bob on 11/5/07

Yes if he blasphmies the Holy Spirit.
---jody on 11/5/07

Yes if he blasphmies the Holy Spirit.
---jody on 11/5/07

The quiz is not flawed and it's not a "Baptist" perspective. It's the Truth.

Predestined man - the Bible says that man was predestined to be conformed to the image of Christ, it does not say that man was predestined to be saved, then OSAS - that is once flawed always flawed doctrine.
---Bob on 11/5/07

Judas fell.
Ananias and Sapphira fell.
They lost their salvation.

If the Holy Spirit is not convicting you of sin, do you really have the Holy Spirit?

If you believe you were chosen then frozen, are you really saved?

Without the convicting power of the Holy Spirit, you won't repent for your sin.
You may not be hearing anything, and why would that be?
---Bob on 11/5/07

Who would even ask such a question.Sin has NO power over us
Christ came to do away with sin, HE became sin for us. HE made us righteous. This is the Gospel, but so many still deny and are ashamed of the Cross of Christ.
Ask yourselves this question...Why did Jesus come to earth??(His purpose). Then you will know basic Christianity. Its all our faith in HIM, not faith in us. It is finished
---duane on 11/5/07

If a saved person can lose his salvation(which was granted him by the Lord Jesus Christ)then obviously the Lord Jesus Christ made a MISTAKE. So the question becomes does the Lord Jesus Christ make MISTAKES?
---Mima on 11/5/07

Absolutely not.
---Trish9863 on 11/4/07

A person can only get saved once. Now, I don't believe once in grace always in grace. That is hogwash. I believe that after a person gets saved, if they should fall away from God, they are still saved but a backslider. First they would be on fire for God, then lukewarm, then cold. But no matter what they do, God still loves that person. If a backslider or a sinner do not change their ways and turn to God and repent, then yes they will be on their way to hell.
---Rebecca_D on 11/4/07

NO. A christian cannot sin to the point of losing salvation. They can lose the joy and fellowship with the Father, but, salvation is eternal. Romans 8:1, "There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus." This does NOT give us license to do anything we want, but, rather gives us freedom to do what pleases God.
---tommy3007 on 11/4/07

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Remember the two-year long blogging marathon on OSAS.
I am convinced that some bloggers have lost some loved ones and are convincing themselves, that OSAS, predestination, inclusion gospels, relativism is true.
It's too unbearable to think that a loved one did not accept Jesus Christ, while alive and will end up in the lake of fire.
For this reason, people soften all the edges of the Word, continue seeking for false doctrines that will allow them to live the rest of their lives in lala land.
---Bob on 11/4/07

Watched an atheist debate on TV, the man was speaking out of an antichrist spirit, and the audience was laughing as he laughed at God. On Judgment Day, there will no laughter, as one by one, they face their Maker. All mocking will put away.
Still seeking truth? A truth seeker?
God is not lost, why are you?
---Bob on 11/4/07

Yes, you can.
Without repentence there is no forgiveness for sin.

The predestined man will falsely, pridefully tell you, that not of one them, were predestined to be a axe murderer or a sniper.
They were 'predestined' from the beginning, to sit around on their clouds, reading the funny papers all the day long.
If you argue with the predestined about their sin, they will claim they are without sin, and the axe murderers were never predestined in the first place.
---Bob on 11/4/07

God Word says the degrees of sin that will cause you to lose your salvation, blasphemy of the Holy Spirit. God Word does not teach about "high level prophets". High levels of goodness and degrees of sin. There is none good but God.
Jesus Christ is the Highest and He is the Head of the Church.
I wouldn't compare any man or woman to the Highest 'level' of God.
But the lowest of the low, blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is the unpardonable sin.
---Bob on 11/4/07

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Unbelief is not the unpardonable sin, that is false teaching of Oneness teachers, followers.
The Bible clearly states, blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is the sin that will send you to the lake of fire.

That sin is attributing all of the gifts, callings, and yes, it includes tongues, to be the work of the devil. You will be cast into the lake of fire for blaspheming the Holy Spirit in this way.
---Bob on 11/4/07

Predestined man/woman will tell you that there's not a thing they could possibly do in this life that would be a stench in the nostrils of God. They were chosen, now frozen in suspended animation, until the day that God might welcome them in with no repentence for their sin. The smell of smoke on their clothes... I do not know if that smoke smell leaves for an eternity, though. The Bible says others will recognize that smell of smoke, the fact that you barely made it in.
---Bob on 11/4/07

Repentence is basic Christianity 101.
Without repenting for your sin, I do not presume to speak for God, I haven't found in the Word where the unrepentent sinner makes it in at all.
---Bob on 11/4/07

Predestined man/woman will tell you that Jesus paid for all sin. True, for the believer and non-believer, lukewarm, everyone. The price He paid doesn't constitute an assumption on your part, that without acknowledging your sin, more than once, that He is obligated to call you home.
What an awakening it will be for the prideful and arrogant when He says, Depart from Me, I never knew you.
---Bob on 11/4/07

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Yes. FYI, that quiz is seriously flawed and clearly from a Baptist perspective. Sin brings condemnation. Right now you are thinking of "there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ..." Read the footnotes on the verse! It is conditioned upon walking after the spirit, not the flesh.
---Darrin on 11/3/07

I want to say he can, but then you have to ask yourself was he really a Christian to began with. The way I understand the Bible is that God knows who is really his and not, so I am thinking if that person isn't a real Christian then it is most likely possible for him to lose his salvation. I could be wrong so I am up to being corrected.
---ANN on 11/3/07

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