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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?
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?
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?