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Infomercial Mentality

Although I hate to admit it, I succumbed to the lure of an infomercial, with its promised money back guarantee. I purchased something that, when it arrived, I realized wouldn’t work as the ad presented it. 316 more words

Family

The Confusion Surrounding Easy Believism and Lordship Salvation Explained and the Biblical Position Outlined

By Joshua Lindsey, July 2015

Introduction

One of the great controversies in Fundamentalism of the 21st century is the issue of “Easy Believism” vs “Lordship Salvation.” Certainly there is an importance here, as it deals with the most important issue of all – that of salvation. 5,272 more words

Belief

The Confusion Surrounding Easy Believism and Lordship Salvation Explained and the Biblical Position Outlined

Note: This post is a cross-post from the new Ready to Harvest blog. The original post is here

By Joshua Lindsey, July 2015

Introduction

One of the great controversies in Fundamentalism of the 21st century is the issue of “Easy Believism” vs “Lordship Salvation.” Certainly there is an importance here, as it deals with the most important issue of all – that of salvation. 5,272 more words

Belief

YOU CAN TELL YOU'RE DEALING WITH A LOST PERSON WHEN....

He says the Quran is the same as the Bible – Pope Francis.

When someone says they’re saved because they’ve made Jesus the Lord and Saviour of their lives – Chapter and verse please. 332 more words

Grace Movement

Easy Believism vs. True Repentance

I last wrote about the deception of an old earth that is invading the Church. Well, that is not the only deception invading the Church. I am writing about another one today called “easy believism”. 1,283 more words

Jesus Christ

The Holiness Deficiency

Today, I had the opportunity to hit the streets of the City of Newburgh, NY, with some brothers, and personally share the gospel with eight different people. 1,174 more words

Only Two Ways to be Honest with God

In thinking about today’s reading from Genesis 12:1-7, I can’t find something better to write than what Mike Mair wrote a couple months ago about this passage. 1,731 more words

Lenten Reflections