Resources on Assurance of Salvation
If we are confident of greater and better things, we will have the freedom to live radically for Jesus.
Is there a necessary relationship between salvation and good works?
Six questions to see if you have genuine faith in Christ and love for others.
If we believe and love then we can have assurance that God abides in us.
Does the perseverance of our faith rest on the reliability of our own resolve?
Perseverance and assurance are maintained by
taking both the promises and threats of Scripture seriously.
Matthew seems unusually burdened to alert us about the danger of thinking we are saved when we are not.
The test of the
authenticity our worship on Sunday is whether we are a radically
Christ-like people on Monday.
If second things become first things,
we may have a rigorous religion, but we will not have evangelical,
God-centered, biblical Christianity.
The glorious, unshakable, objective foundation of your being a
Christian is that God chose you to be one.
The ultimate goal of God in election and predestination is that
God might be praised for his glory.
God put sent Christ to die in
order to demonstrate his righteousness.
Being justified means being forgiven, being reckoned righteous, being loved by God, and being secured by God forever.
The call of God is effective; it creates what it
Assurance does not come from making holiness optional. It comes
knowing God is faithful.
What if it's true that Christ rose from the dead?
God wants us to have assurance that no matter how much evil and suffering and futility we see now, he will make all things new.
The fact that we love God is evidence that he loves us.
We know we will not fall away because this is a promise of the new covenant sealed by the blood of Jesus.
Bank your hope on the justice of God to uphold the honor of his name by offering faith to his unworthy people.
God swears by his own name in order to give his people unwavering confidence in his promises.
A "root of bitterness" is a person who has a wrong view of eternal security.
Often the biggest question isn't "What is true," but "Can the truth save me?"
Consider 12 facts about assurance and the verses that teach them.
John Piper says that we must look beyond ourselves for our final assurance.
Jesus wants to give assurance to those who read the Gospel of John in the 21st century.
John Piper talks about where true assurance of salvation comes from.
Perseverance of the Saints
The Doctrines of Grace / Calvinism