Sunday, May 10, 2015

Satan's Top 10

Lie #10: GOD doesn't exist.

Lie #9: There is no such place as hell.

Lie #8: This life is all there is. When you die, you cease to exist.

Lie #7: Sin really isn't serious...just be a good person.

Lie #6: GOD would want you to be happy, so do what makes you happy.

Lie #5: Acquiring possessions will make me happy.

Lie #4: GOD doesn't love you.

Lie #3: Salvation is unattainable for me.

Lie #2: Once you're saved, regardless of how you live, there's nothing you can do to lose your salvation.

Lie #1: You're saved the moment you believe in Jesus.


Stephen McGuire said...

I'd only question #1 & #2 on this list. Otherwise no issue with the rest.

I do believe that you are saved when you TRUST in Jesus. Even the demons believed in Jesus, they knew who he was they knew why he had come to Earth and what he was to accomplish. But they didn't trust him.

As for losing your salvation that's a tough one but I believe that once you believe you are His and he doesn't lose his sheep.


Dizzy-Dick said...

Even Staten believed that Jesus was the Son of God.

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Steve said...

John, could you post a picture of the prophet Muhammad on your site? I'd like to see a direct comparison between the two Gods.

Thanks buddy!

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Margery Bills said...


Sam Finn said...

"My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:
And I give unto them eternal life;
and they shall never perish,
neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.
My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all;
and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father's hand."
(John 10:27-29)
"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 any other creature,
shall be able to separate us from the love of God,
which is in Christ Jesus our Lord."
(Romans 8:38-39)
"And grieve not the holy Spirit of God,
whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption."
(Ephesians 4:30)

pamit said...

We get it, John. You dig the hellfire and brimstone aspect of Christianity.

To each his own I reckon. Peace out!

justastick said...

Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and the truth lies within yourself. You and you alone know what you really believe .

Dwight Long said...

As to questions 1 and 2, no one gets out of this world alive, so this is beyond a doubt the most important question you can ask yourself! In fact the bible was written, "so that you may know that you have eternal life" (1John 5:13)
First you need to realize you are a sinner. If you do not realize you are a sinner, you will not recognize your need for a savior. (Romans 3:23)
Furthermore, you must repent of your sins. Repentance describes a willingness to turn form our sin towards Jesus Christ.
Finally, to demonstrate true belief means to be willing to receive. To truly receive is to trust in and depend on Jesus Christ alone to be the Lord of our lives here and now and our savior for all eternity. It takes more than knowledge (the devil knows about Jesus and trembles). It takes more than agreement that the knowledge we have is accurate. (the devil agrees that Jesus is Lord). What it takes is trust in Jesus Christ alone for eternal life. The requirements for eternal life are not based on what you can do but what Jesus Chris has already done.
According to Jesus Christ, those who realize they are sinners, repent of their sins, and receive him as Savior and Lord are "born again" (John 3:3) not physically but spiritually. The reality of our salvation is not dependent on our feelings but rather on the promise of the Savior who says: "I tell you the truth, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life and will not be condemned: he has crossed over from death to life" (John 5:24)

Joseph Quigley said...

Now you've done it John, just when I thought you were on the path.The doctrine of eternal security is biblical though there are several troubling passages that to some warn of a loss of salvation.
I would encourage you to read eternal security by Charles Stanley and or faith alone by r.c. Sproul.