Category Archives: Eternal Security

What do we make of Paul’s Confidence?

Writing to the Christians at Philippi, from his Roman prison, the Apostle Paul prays with joy because of his partnership with them in the gospel, having the confidence that the God who began a good work in them will carry … Continue reading

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John 6 and the Eternal Security of the Believer

Two Sundays back, while out of town, I had the pleasure of preaching from John 6.  As I was preparing to preach from the text of John 6, it struck me that Jesus in revealing himself as the Bread of … Continue reading

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Theological Word of the Day

Perseverance of the Saints “The doctrine, often associated with Calvinism and first articulated by Saint Augustine, which holds that those who are truly elect of God will persevere in belief until final redemption. This doctrine is sometimes used synonymously with … Continue reading

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Pastors, Preach the Eternal Security of the Believer

To the believers at Philippi, the Apostle Paul writes, “And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns” (Phil 1:6 … Continue reading

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