The Absurdity of Rejecting Eternal Security

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The Absurdity of Rejecting Eternal Security

Please note,if loss of salvation was possible,ALL that God Had done in the Born Again saved person would have to be undone by God Himself.ie God saved us He would have to UN save us.

People who hold to loss of salvation,say its because of what we do,that would lead to loss of Salvation

NO,It is God who has to do it.We dont save ourselves,God does.Therefore if we cant save ourselves we cannot un save ourselves,God would have to do it.

They place a huge amount of power in their abilities to undo,overcome the power of God to undo what God has done.

See all the things that would have to be done to become UN saved.

Seriously ask yourself,am I placing myself above God in thinking I can do all this to become unsaved ? To undo what God has done,will do in the Born Again person

The Absurdity of Rejecting Eternal Security

If a Born Again/Saved person could lose his salvation, the following would have to happen….

l…..The saved person would have to perish, which Christ said could never happen (John 10:28).
2….Christ would have to cast the saved person out,which He promised never to do (John 6:37).
3….Christ would have to leave the saved person,which He said He would never do (Heb.13:5).
4….God would have to break the salvation “chain” of Romans 8:29-30 which clearly declares that every justified person will be glorified.
5….The Holy Spirit would have to leave the saved person,which is impossible since the saved person,is sealed unto the day of re­ demption (Eph.4:30).
6….The saved person would have to be made unsanctified,by God (1Cor.1:2; 6:11).
7….the saved person would have to be made unwashed again (1 Cor.6:11).
8….the saved person,would have to be made unjustified again by God (1 Cor.6:11).
9….the saved person,would have to be made unredeemed again by God (Tit.2:14; 1 Pet.1:18-19).
10….the saved person would have to be unsealed again by God (Eph.1:13-14).
11….the saved person,would have to be unbaptized and somehow removed from the body ofChrist by God (1Cor.12:13).
12….the saved person would have to be excommunicated from the body of Christ so that he is no longer a member of His body, of His flesh and of His bones by God (Eph.5:30).
13….the saved person would have to become un-chosen by God (Eph.1:4).
14….the saved person would have to gift of gift of eternal life taken from him by God(John 10:28).
15….the saved person would have to cease being a sheep in Christs flock (John 10:27-28).
16….God would have to break His promise of Phil 1:6 and not complete the great work which He began in him ,the saved person when he believed.
17….the saved person who had passed from death unto life would then have to pass from life back unto death (John 5:24).
18…. the saved person would have to come into judgment again,even though God promised him this would never happen (John 5:24; Rom.8:1).
19….the saved person would have to die spiritually, even though
Christ promised the saved person this would never happen (John 11:26).
20….the saved person would have to be plucked out of God’s hand which Christ  promised could/would never happen (John 10:28-29).
21….the saved person would have to prevent God from accom­ plishing His will (John 6:40) and Christ would have to break His promise to raise the saved person up at the last day (John 6:40).
22….God would have to disown the saved person as His child (John 1:12; 1 John 3:1).
23…. God would have to break His promise of 1Cor 11:32 that the believer, the saved person will be chastened as a child but not judged with the world
24….the saved person who is a child of God, would have to be made a child of the devil again,by God, a transition which is never contemplated in Scripture (compare 1 John 3:10).
25….the saved person who was born into God’s family would have to made unborn again by God (John 1:13).
26….The Holy Spirit would have to leave the saved person, even though Christ promised the Spirit would abide with the saved person forever (John 14:16).
27….God’s power would have to fail and God would have to be unsuccessful at keeping the believer/saved person safe all the way to his final salvation destiny (1 Peter 1:5).
28….Something would have to separate the saved person from the love of God, which God promised would never happen to the saved person (Rom.8:35-39).
29….God would have to be against the saved person,even though God said that He is for the saved person (Rom.8:31-34).
30….Christ would have to stop interceding for him,the saved person (Heb.7:25; Rom.8:34 and compare Luke 22:32).
31…Christ would have to stop being the saved persons Advocate (1 John 2:1).
32….Christ’s prayer and promise that God would keep His believers,saved person would, have to fail (John 17:11).
33….Christ would have to break His promise that He will be with the saved person in heaven (John 14:1-3; 17:24).
34.Christ’s promise that all things will work to­ together for good for the saved person would have to fail (Rom.8:28).
35….God’s great purpose to conform the saved person into the image of His Son would have to fail (Rom. 8:28-29).
36….God would have to remember the saved person sins and iniq­unties again, something He promised never to do (Heb.8:12; 10:17).
37….God would have to allow the saved person to experience the second death (the lake of fire), something which
Christ promised would never happen (Rev.2:11).
38….God would have to allow the saved persons name to be blotted out of the book of life, something which Christ promised would never happen (Rev. 3:5).
39….God would have to break His promise to never impute sin to the one who is born again/saved (Rom.4:8).
40….the saved person who was blessed by God by faith (Eph. 1:3) would have to be removed by God from the place of bless­ing and be under God’s curse again  (1 Cor.16:22).
41….The child of God would have to be made by God a child of wrath again (Eph.2:3).
42….He,the saved person,who was quickened would have to be dead­ened again by God (Eph.2:1,5).
43….He who was healed would have to become un­healed again by God (1 Pet.2:24).
44….He,the saved person who was reconciled to God would have to made at enmity with God once again,by God (2Cor. 5:18-19; Col. 1:20).
45….He the saved person who was made nigh by the blood ofChrist would have to become alienated from God by God (Eph. 2:13).
46….He,the saved person who was delivered from so great a death would have to be given back over to so great a death again by God(2Cor. 1:10).
47….He who became an heir of God ,cohorts with Christ would have to be disinherited by God (Rom.8:17; Tit. 3:7).
48….He,the saved person who became rich would have to become spiritually poor once again (2 Cor.8:9).
49….He,the saved person who was made a new creation by God would have to become no longer a new creation by God (2Cor. 5:17; Eph.2:10).
50….He,the saved person who is seated in heavenly places in Christ at the right hand of the Father would have his position, his seat removed by God (Eph.2:6).
51….He the saved person who was positioned inChrist (2Cor.5:17) would have to his position in Christ,removed by God
52….He, the saved person who was called unto eternal glory would have to be uncalled from that eternal glory by God (2 Pet. 5:10).
53….He the saved person,who was a stone in God’s building would have to be removed from that structure by God (Eph. 2:20-22; 1 Pet. 2:5).
54….the saved person would lose being a part of the bride of Christ by God(Eph.5:27).
55….He, the saved person would have to become un-identified withChrist in His death and resurrection by God (Romans 6).
56…lHe, the saved person would have to lose his citizenship in heaven (Phil.3:20).
57…..He,the saved person would have to become un-preserved by God(Jude 1).
58.God, who promised to keep him from falling would have to allow him to fall and fail to present him faultless (Jude 24).
59.His reservation in heaven (an inheritance “re­ served in heaven”) would have to fail or become invalid (1 Peter 1:4).
60.God would have to reverse or strip him of his status as being part of chosen race, a kingly priest­ hood, a holy nation, a people for a possession of His, and throw him back into darkness and out of His wonderful light (1 Peter 2:9).
61. He would have to be snuffed out as a child of light in the Lord (Eph.5:8).
62.The Father would have to undo His work of making him fit for sharing the portion of the saints in light, and untranslate him out of the kingdom of the Son of his love, and deliver him back into the authority of darkness (Col.1:12-13).
63.Christ would have to shut his eyes closed again, turn him back into darkness and the power of Sa­ tan, unforgive his sins, take back the inheritance He gave him, and un-sanctifying him (Acts 26:18).

64….Co 2:10-14

Having been made complete in Christ,we would have to be made incomplete again by God again

Having had our hearts circumcised,not be human handswe would have to uncircumcised again by God.God would have to returned our heart to be an uncircumcised heart again

We would have to have the debt that had been paid,assigned back to us again by God

All are sins that had been nailed to the cross,would have to be unnailed from the cross,by God

65…..1 Peter 1:13

Have to be unborn Again by God

The unperishabe seed would have to be made perishable and made dead by God

66……1 Pet 1:23

Gods word would not be endearing or imperishable

67…..Col 1:27 Christ in us the hope of glory

Christ would have to remove Himself from us and leave us with no hope.

68….Gal 3:26

We are In Christ

We would no longer in Christ

We would have to become not Sons of God.

Rom:8

Everything in Romans 8 would have to be reversed by God

7……..Rom 8:28-29

NONE of these things can seperate us from the Love of God,God would have to reverse this who statement so that all of them could seperate us from Gods love.

For I am persuaded, that neither

death,

nor life,

nor angels

Nor principalities ,

nor powers

nor things present

nor things to come,

Nor height

nor depth

nor anything else in all creation……..

Most  people who say,that losing salvation is possible,is that what we do or dont do can seperate us.Problem with this is that,WE ARE of Creation,we are Created beings.

So not even we ourselves as created beings,can seperate us from the love of God

Conclusion
The true believer is safe and secure in Christ forever. The only other alternative is to say that God is guilty ofbreaking His Word repeatedly. Godforbid! Keep in mind, however, that the doctrine of eternal security does not give a person a license to sin. All of these statement and promises apply only to those who are in the family of God (regenerated/born again of God and true members of the body of Christ. Christ’s sheep are safe forever (John 10:27-28
“The Lord knoweth them that are His. And, Let everyone that nameth the name of Christ depart from iniquity” (2 Tim. 2:19).

 

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