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For the past 2003 years one of the most debated subjects among the Christians is Can one lose hisher salvation There are many verses in the Bible that hint toward the answer of the question but each verse can be interpreted in more than one way The only way one can find the true answer is by Gods special revelation There are a few verses in the book of Matthew that lead us to believe that one can lose hisher salvation Whoever acknowledges me before men I will also acknowledge him before my Father in heaven But whoever disowns me before men I will disown him before my Father in heaven These verses put it very bluntly They basically say Whoever is saved will receive salvation but whoever refuses salvation is no longer saved But as said before this isnt a black and white answer This verse can also be interpreted that would lean toward the side that says you cant lose your salvation Many say that a denial of Christ cannot be made from one who is truly saved One may temporally have a lapse of faith or step away from God ie Peters denial three times of Christ at his trial but the actual message of these words is directed to the unsaved John 316 says For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life There is no question that belief in Christ gives eternal life The question that arises is Can someone who truly believes ever willingly stop believing Can someone willfully deny and turn away from Christ The Bible says even the demons knew Christ was Messiah But they of course did not put their total trust in Him to save them In accepting the salvation of the Lord we go much further than simply believing we must also put our
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