Can you lose your salvation, or does falling into immorality prove you were never really saved to begin with?
The statement, He was never really saved to begin with is used sometimes by the once saved always saved advocates to describe a professing Christian who falls into adultery, greed, drunkenness, pornography, homosexuality, etc. or false doctrinal beliefs to protect their doctrine from the charge of teaching a license to sin. Many Scriptures prove the possibility of loss of salvation, when a righteous person turns to evil. Please view this beautiful new video. Dan Corner of Evangelical Outreach is Biblical and passionate for truth, as you will hear.
Find out what is wrong with the GOSPEL MESSAGE preached in churches today. Click the GOSPEL MESSAGE link, then sit back and soak in this one hour audio, while Dan Corner gives actual audio quotes from the top eternal security teachers, then proves from the Bible that this is another gospel as he refutes their faulty understanding of eternal salvation.
Dan Corner is an author, evangelist and Bible teacher who has written the scholarly, comprehensive and exhaustive 801 page book titled, “The Believer’s Conditional Security.” Contact Evangelical Outreach for your own copy at http://www.evangelicaloutreach.org
In Old Testament times, the “house of God” was a building in one specific location (Psa 84:10). However, after Jesus died on the cross, the physical body of the Christian is the temple (or house) of God. Again, the house of God is not a church building now. Christians are the house of God, but only if they hold on to their courage and the hope of which they boast (Heb 3:6). See also 1 Cor 3:16,17 in the NKJV.
Please also know that the man made, so-called tabernacle inside the Catholic church where the left over wafers (or Eucharist) are kept is not the house of God:
However, the Most High does not live in houses made by men. (Acts 7:48)
For much more information view the apologetic website of Dan Corner