TEXT: HEBREWS 10:14 -31
INTRODUCTION: Jesus is the sacrifice that was offered once and for all for our salvation. His death on the cross delivered the believer from sin and eternal destruction. It reconciled us to God thereby restoring back to us the life of dominion that God intended originally for mankind.
Though it is an act of grace, the access way to these privileges is faith in the free gift. God requires our sincere repentance from our sins and obedience to His word to avoid our being violated by the enemy of our soul.
The grace to live a life that is pleasing unto God is already provided by Him. The Holy spirit in us is available to help us to keep our salvation to eternity. May we not frustrate this grace in Jesus name.
- We have been saved.
Rm. 10: 9 – 10; Eph. 2: 8-9; Tit, 3:5; Jn. 5:24
- We are being saved.
Phil. 2:12; Rm. 8:12-13; I Cor. 15:1-2; IJn. 3:6-8; Rm. 6:1-2; Rm. 8:1; Jam. 2:24
- Is once saved always saved? Discuss in the light of the scriptures.
Heb. 6: 4-6; Heb. 10: 26-31; II Pet. 2: 20-22; I Cor. 9:27; Gal. 5:19-21; Ezek. 18:24; Mt. 24:13; Rev. 2:4-5
MEMORY VERSE: MATTHEW 24:13
“But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.”
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