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Stratcat

If You Could Choose, You'd Lose

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Why? If you believe in being able to lose your salvation you'd better be perfect. Christ died for all our sins, past, present, and future. Otherwise it would be like saying that Jesus saves us, then we sin and die and whoops! we're in hell. It becomes a matter of chance. Jesus sacrificed Himself for all our sins. John 6:37 KJV says that whosoever comes to Jesus, He will in no wise cast out. Also, John 10:27-29 KJV. No one can pluck us out of the Father's hand. We can't jump out, we can't be removed, not cast out for any reason. This doctrine glorifies God, not man. John 6:37-40 KJV and John 6:44-47 KJV confirm that we must be drawn by the Father, and then we are saved.

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