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      Hello blessings, my name is Jacqueline , this morning i got up and pose a question on John 17:9 , I am new here, still trying to find a way to post some of my question, one of the question i wanted to ask is about john 17 chapter and some how God allow me to read your post in the same said chapter , i will use it for my group thanks so much for your words blessing to you and family
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    • Awakelive  »  woundeddog

      Hey woundeddog
      you asked a question about knowing if you are saved. Knowing you are saved is by believing in Jesus about being saved, in Matthew 25:31-46 Jesus tells us who he is going to save on the second advent.
      If you believe what he said about who he is going to save you can know that you will be saved.
      Logically, According to the golden rule "do unto others as you would have them do unto you" translates to if you saved the hungry by giving meat, you can be saved, because the will of God is to save that which he has created.
      On the other hand if you have not saved, your fair reward will be not being saved, because you will have done to you as you have done to others. Hope this helps you in the love of Christ.
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