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    Blessed Assurance: Can a Christian Lose His Salvation? - Romans 8:29-39

    Originally preached on March – April 2004

    The belief that one's salvation can be lost is an error into which many Christians fall. Instead of living fruitful lives, rooted in the knowledge of God's never-ending mercy, they live fretful ones. And instead of their hearts being full of worship, streaming from an understanding of the eternal value of Christ's redemption, their hearts are full of worry. The simple remedy is found when you understand this truth: Salvation for the believer is not a temporary flare or spark, but an eternal flame that never dies. Though it may waver in the winds of doubt and insecurity, it will not be put out. God has ignited it. His grace is the wick that keeps it burning.

    Scripture References

    • Romans 8:29 - 30
    • Romans 8:31 - 34
    • Romans 8:34 - 35
    • Romans 8:35 - 39
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    The Misuse and Meaning of Romans 8:28

    Originally preached on February 2004

    A two-sermon series on the familiar Bible verse, Romans 8:28.  Stephen explores what the verse does NOT mean, and what it DOES mean.

    Scripture References

    • Romans 8:28
    • Romans 8:28
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