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21 hours ago, JLB said:


Jesus told those who are “in Christ” to remain “in Him” or be cast into the fire and burned. If anyone does not abide in Me, he is cast out as a branch and is withered; and they gather them and throw them into the fire, and they are burned. John 15:6Here is how the Bible instructs is to remain “in Him”. Now he who keeps His commandments abides in Him, and He in him. And by this we know that He abides in us, by the Spirit whom He has given us. 1 John 3:24



Show me someone in the New Testament who believes in Christ who was cast out and burned?

You can't.   As this person does not exist.

It never happened and it will never happen.

Jesus/God will never leave the Temple of the Holy Spirit.  And that is everyone who is born again.

"abiding"  as you are twisting it, is just your terrible theology..  It has nothing to do with the NT as you are misrepresenting it..  It has nothing to do with Paul or Christ.

You believe you can lose your salvation, so you run from forum to forum with the same cut and paste man made legalistic theology.

JLB, You never talk about the Cross. You never talk about the blood of Jesus.  You never talk about Jesus as Redeemer.  You never speak a sentence that has anything to do with the "Grace of God".   

You never even attempt to post any response or Thread that has anything to do with the Cross, The Grace of God, Justification by faith, or eternal life.

You have one message that you like to try to beat believers with, and not just on this forum, and your one message is....."you can lose your salvation if you dont .=____________""""" Whatever it is you think.

So, if i might offer you some kind advice.    You need to learn about Salvation, and The Grace of God,  and the Blood Atonement, and Justification by faith, and the imputed righteousness of Jesus The Christ,  and talk about this, instead of  only and always your  single minded idea of trying to save yourself by your deeds and lifestyle.

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