Faithful To The End

Posted on Feb 9, 2013 | 0 comments

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Growing up Baptist with the assumption of “Once saved, always saved”, I’ve gone on a bit of a journey with regards to soteriology. On his blog this week, Truman Falkner, offered a simple summary of how I see the Bible present salvation. Not a one time descision but a journey with resurrection and being with Jesus in the age to come as my goal.

According to Jesus, when you step through the narrow gate, you’re not at the destination yet. You have a path to walk on. Jesus speaks of entering into the narrow path which leads to life. Though we have the promise of life, we do not attain that life until we continue to the destination without turning away. This is compared to a race toward an imperishable prize from which one could be disqualified (1 Cor. 9:24-26) as well as a fight of faith to “take hold of eternal life” (1 Tim. 6:12, 19).

Read the rest of Truman’s blog post: Just Up The Way

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