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A word for us today

Gods done all


Henry Mahan

I had a woman tell me once, she said, “Pray for my son, brother Mahan. He’s a good boy, but he’s not saved.”

I said, “If he is good he doesn’t need to be saved.” There is no reason to save a good boy. What does a good boy need salvation for?

“Well, then, brother Mahan, pray for my husband. He’s a good man, but he’s just not saved.”

He doesn’t need to be saved. Only sinners need to be saved. People who are lost, people are who are going to hell, people who deserve to go to hell, that’s the people for whom Christ died. He said, “I came to seek and to save the lost. I didn’t come to call the righteous to repentance. They have no need of repentance.”

Now, what are you going to do? It boils down to the fact that…

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So true for us today

Once saved


Michael Jeshurun

Both Christians and unbelievers always ask, “Are you telling me that if someone just accepted Jesus as his lord and savior and still lives in sin, that he is still eternally secure and on his way to heaven”?

No that is not what this doctrine teaches!

Then what does it mean?

To understand WHAT it means, we need to understand how one becomes a Christian in the first place. THIS IS VITAL for our understanding of all the other things pertaining to salvation.

Basically there are THREE types of Christians. Preacher-made, self-made, and God-made ones. In the former are included not only those who were “sprinkled” in infancy and thereby made members of a “church”, but those who have reached the age of accountability and are induced by some high-pressure “evangelist” to “make a profession .”


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