We will sin, and will always sin, for we have a sinful nature From our birth until the day we die, we will continue to sin; not because we’re imperfect, or that we are always tempted, but because we have a sinful (rebellious) nature. When we are not saved, we have a carnal mind, aContinue reading “Why Good Works Will Never Save You (Part 1-2): The Righteous Standards of God.”
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Why Good Works Will Never Save You (Part 2-2): The Great Dilemma & The Solution To.
The Purpose of the Law Your final wonderment might be: why would God make it so hard for us to enter into the kingdom of heaven? Has He imposed on us a standard just for us to fail? Yes. He made it so that we will always fall short. To be sure, He did notContinue reading “Why Good Works Will Never Save You (Part 2-2): The Great Dilemma & The Solution To.”
Biblical Baptism (Part 3-3): The Errors of Baptismal Regeneration, Continued.
Acts 22:16 16 And now why tarriest thou? arise, and be baptized, and wash away thy sins, calling on the name of the Lord. In actuality, Baptism does not wash away sins, but then why was Paul instructed to get baptized “… and wash away thy sins…”? Look at the underlined words and look at theContinue reading “Biblical Baptism (Part 3-3): The Errors of Baptismal Regeneration, Continued.”
Biblical Baptism (Part 2-3): The Errors of Baptismal Regeneration.
The following seven verses are ones most commonly used by Cults and others to support BR. Some of the BR passage are not to be taken literally as the context proved while others are mere commands as you’ll soon see. Three of them are featured here and the remaining four will be on Part 3.Continue reading “Biblical Baptism (Part 2-3): The Errors of Baptismal Regeneration.”
Biblical Baptism (Part 1-3): What Is It?
The following is an answer I’ve given to a brother or a sister concerning the rite of Baptism: “…. Baptism is definitely a show that a person is a believer (which, like circumcision, naturally identifies and sets him/her apart from the world), but it is a demonstration of what happened to him/her on the inside,Continue reading “Biblical Baptism (Part 1-3): What Is It?”