What about the people who aren't blinded and can see and know the truth that "think" they are saved? I can tell you that there are many more of those than the other.God knows all who will reject Him..
I think they will not repent b/c they are blinded by the devil.. they are soo sucked into the "world" that they cannot see past it long enough to realize they are lost..
The Judas Iscariots?What about the people who aren't blinded and can see and know the truth that "think" they are saved? I can tell you that there are many more of those than the other.
Yeah, people that have accepted him a long time ago and that haven't been faithful in reading the word and seeking him. They go through life with the assuption that what they did a while ago will cover them forever without any real change in direction.The Judas Iscariots?
If you have truly come to have a relationship with Jesus Christ you won't want to go to your old ways. If they have just had an emotional experience then no, they are not truly saved. Yes, being saved can be emotional but acting on emotion does not save you but rather faith.
Revelation clearly says what will happen to those that "think" they are saved. They will be vomited from God's own mouth.
I spoke on that once at FCA. I used King Saul as an example of being "lukewarm".
Knowing the truth and choosing to reject it is a whole other ball game. Thats flirting with death itself.
I would rather not take the chance that my hardening my heart up until the end won't force God to harden my heart AT the end.we need to worship with spirit at the end.:groupray: