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Do my works mean anything for my salvation?
One way I like to picture God’s holiness is as strong radiation. His holiness constantly is radiating out from him. By its very nature, it destroys anything imperfect with which it comes into contact.
What does it really mean to endure to the end?
Scripture often encourages us to endure in the faith or warns us about falling away.
How can I be sure I’ll avoid outer darkness?
Some people will say that they are physically healthy because they feel good. But a doctor wouldn’t base his answer just on how a person felt. He would give them a thorough check-up.
Does James 2:24 teach that works are necessary for salvation?
James 2:24 seems to clearly state that works play a part in a person’s salvation. But context is critical.
Can you have faith without works?
Admittedly, the thought that Christ did everything to make us acceptable to God and we don’t do anything violently clashes with what we naturally think.
Did Heavenly Father give us salvation or a plan of salvation?
Many agree that Jesus is the Savior. But there is considerable confusion about what that means.
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