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Whomsoever that call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. That means anyone whether lost or found, saved and unsaved, what is your views on this?

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In context....Romans 10, it's talking about Gentiles and Jews, not saved and lost.

Verses 1-3

  • Paul is summarizing that Israel as a whole has rejected Jesus Christ and purport their own righteous from the Law.

Verses 4-8

  • Christ is the "end of the law" for righteousness' sake.
  • If you are going to live by any of the law for righteousness' sake, you are going to be bound to it all and must live by it to save yourself.....and you can't do that.
  • It's either Christ saves or the law saves.  And the law doesn't save.

Verses 9-13

  • Salvation is through faith alone.
  • You must confess with your mouth the the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead you will be saved.
  • There is no distinction between Jews or Gentiles because God of the same in richness over all who call on him.
  • Then Paul in part quotes the prophet Joel and says, "Whoever [Jew or Greek] calls upon the name of the Lord will be saved."

 

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My favorite verse.....the first verse I had my daughter memorize at a very young age.....I told her to hang on to that verse no matter what anybody else said. So simple a child can understand it yet modern - day Judaizers think it symbolizes “easy believism”. No such thing exists. The One who paid the price to make this promise a reality would disagree.Easy for us — it is His desire that nobody perish. unfathomably difficult for our Savior unless one thinks crucifixion is an easy way to die.

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13 hours ago, Blood Bought 1953 said:

 

My favorite verse.....the first verse I had my daughter memorize at a very young age.....I told her to hang on to that verse no matter what anybody else said. So simple a child can understand it yet modern - day Judaizers think it symbolizes “easy believism”. No such thing exists. The One who paid the price to make this promise a reality would disagree.Easy for us — it is His desire that nobody perish. unfathomably difficult for our Savior unless one thinks crucifixion is an easy way to die.

Its one of my favorite verses I use to remind myself that I am saved and I am teaching it to my nephew to memorize because I want him to know who he is suppose to call upon whilst he is young. So it can be a part of his life. Oh yes it is his desire that no one perish, I love to remind myself of that, it is a way of letting go my past and my sins.

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Welcome.

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Welcome to Worthy, Eslyn.  

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