All Resources on Assurance of Salvation
When God calls a man or woman, what happens? In this lab, the third of three labs focused on Romans 8:28, John Piper draws in several other verses to try and understand the call of God. He explains why those who love God should rest secure in his sovereign care.
In episode 493, Pastor John gives advice to a young girl who is wondering how to tell if her relationship with God is healthy.
In episode 391, Pastor John gives hope to those who feel like God may be fed up with them.
In episode 377, Pastor John discusses what it means to be led by the Spirit, and to be confident in the assurance of your salvation.
In episode 346, Pastor John considers faith in the Bible and faith in God.
In episode 325, Pastor John tells what a person must do in order to be saved.
In episode 324, Pastor John shares more thoughts on eternal security.
In episode 323, Pastor John discusses the nature of eternal security.
In Episode 139, Pastor John shows from the Bible how we can be sure we are saved.
God swears by his own name in order to give his people unwavering confidence in his promises.
Being justified means being forgiven, being reckoned righteous, being loved by God, and being secured by God forever.
Bank your hope on the justice of God to uphold the honor of his name by offering faith to his unworthy people.
We know we will not fall away because this is a promise of the new covenant sealed by the blood of Jesus.
Perseverance and assurance are maintained by taking both the promises and threats of Scripture seriously.
John Piper talks about where true assurance of salvation comes from.
Does the perseverance of our faith rest on the reliability of our own resolve?
If we believe and love then we can have assurance that God abides in us.
Jesus wants to give assurance to those who read the Gospel of John in the 21st century.
Is there a necessary relationship between salvation and good works?
If we are confident of greater and better things, we will have the freedom to live radically for Jesus.
Matthew seems unusually burdened to alert us about the danger of thinking we are saved when we are not.
John Piper says that we must look beyond ourselves for our final assurance.
A "root of bitterness" is a person who has a wrong view of eternal security.
What if it's true that Christ rose from the dead?