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Content On: Assurance


Lesson 30: What We Now Know About Ourselves and Sin (1 John 5:18-20)Daniel Bennett09/08/2015
Lesson 17: Reassuring Our Hearts (1 John 3:19-24)Daniel Bennett07/15/2015
Lesson 12: Resisting the Antichrists (1 John 2:21-27)Daniel Bennett06/17/2015
Lesson 11: Antichrists Desert the Church (1 John 2:18-20)Daniel Bennett06/17/2015
Lesson 6: Knowing We Know Him (1 John 2:3-6)Daniel Bennett04/23/2015
Lesson 57: Secure Forever (John 10:22-30)Steven Cole06/02/2014
Lesson 34: The Certain Success of Jesus’ Mission (John 6:35-40)Steven Cole11/14/2013
Easter [2013]: Defeating Doubt (John 20:1-10, 19-20, 24-31)Steven Cole09/19/2013
Easter [2006]: Overcoming Doubt (John 20:1-10, 19-20, 24-31)Steven Cole09/19/2013
Easter [2001]: A Revolutionary Reborn (Acts 26:4-18, 22-25)Steven Cole09/19/2013
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Question & Answers:

If a Christian commits suicide, will they go to heaven?
How do we know whether or not we've been chosen?
If a person accepts Christ as their Savior, but later abandons their faith, are they still saved?
What about people who accept Christ many times and don’t have faith to sustain belief?
Does Matt. 24:13 conflict with free grace salvation and the believer’s security?
If a Christian changes his mind and wants to go to hell, will God force him to be saved?
If a believer doesn’t suffer much, could it mean he really doesn’t belong to Christ?
Does Matthew 10:22 mean a believer can lose his salvation?
How does 1 Corinthians 1:8-9 relate to our perseverance or God’s preservation?
Does Ezekiel 3:20 mean we can lose our salvation?