A Demonic Delusion
Shared by Patricia Backora, author of the book Tough Love in Christ’s Millennium
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John 6:50-58; 15:1-10; I Corinthians 10:1-11; II Peter 2:20-22; Jude 4
Many will be so duped by the “once-saved-always-saved” lie that I will catch more than a few professing believers on a bed of adultery at the time of my appearing, or sitting in front of their computers downloading porn. Blinded by years of spiritual apathy and too hardened to seek after My holiness, these people will excuse themselves by saying: “God knows I’m only a weak human being who can claim no righteousness of my own. Jesus paid it all, and it’s only because of His goodness I can make the Rapture, anyway.
These millions of sheep are being led astray by the demonic doctrine of unconditional eternal security. They think “So long as I mumble ‘sorry, Lord’ before I drift off to sleep, they can still have their fun and still make the Rapture.”
How foolish, how unspeakably vile a thought! If a backslider partakes of the sins of this world rather than feasting on the Life of the Lamb of God, he shall not be delivered from the Hour of Tribulation wrath to come.
Only those Israelites who fed themselves on the Paschal Lamb were delivered from the land of Egypt. Those few who didn’t had to suffer eternal consequences.
The problem here is that these foolish people never had a heart felt belief to begin with! Only God can see a person's heart but a true believer will produce at least "some" fruit ... In my opinion
No one will ever be "good" enough but a born again christian will at least keep trying to be better ...