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[11/08/17]   Pregunta: "¿Puede un cristiano perder la salvación?"

Respuesta: Antes de que esta pregunta sea respondida, debe ser definido el término “cristiano.” Un “cristiano” no es una persona que haya dicho una oración, o pasado al frente, o que haya crecido en una familia cristiana. Mientras que cada una de estas cosas pueden ser parte de la experiencia cristiana, no son éstas las que “hacen” a un cristiano. Un cristiano es una persona que ha recibido por fe a Jesucristo y ha confiado totalmente en Él como su único y suficiente Salvador (Juan 3:16; Hechos 16:31; Efesios 2:8-9).

Así que, con esta definición en mente, ¿puede un cristiano perder la salvación? Quizá la mejor manera de responder a esta importante y crucial pregunta es examinando lo que la Biblia dice que ocurre en la salvación, y entonces estudiar lo que implicaría perder la salvación. Estos son algunos ejemplos:

Un cristiano es una nueva criatura. “De modo que si alguno está en Cristo, nueva criatura es; las cosas viejas pasaron; he aquí todas son hechas nuevas” (2 Corintios 5:17). Estos versos hablan de una persona que se ha convertido enteramente en una nueva criatura, como resultado de estar “en Cristo.” Para que un cristiano perdiera la salvación, la nueva creación tendría que ser revertida y cancelada.

Un cristiano es redimido. “Sabiendo que fuisteis rescatados de vuestra vana manera de vivir, la cual recibisteis de vuestros padres, no con cosas corruptibles, como oro o plata, sino con la sangre preciosa de Cristo, como de un cordero sin mancha y sin contaminación.” (1 Pedro 1:18-19). La palabra “redimido” se refiere a una compra que ha sido hecha, a un precio que ha sido pagado. Para que un cristiano perdiera la salvación, Dios tendría que revocar Su compra por la que pagó con la preciosa sangre de Cristo.

Un cristiano es justificado. “Justificados, pues, por la fe, tenemos paz para con Dios por medio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo.” (Romanos 5:1). “Justificar” significa “declarar justo.” Todos los que reciben a Jesucristo como Salvador son “declarados justos” por Dios. Para que un cristiano perdiera la salvación, Dios tendría que desdecirse de lo dicho en Su Palabra y retractarse de lo que Él declaró previamente.

A un cristiano se le promete la vida eterna. “Porque de tal manera amó Dios al mundo, que ha dado a su Hijo unigénito, para que todo aquel que en Él cree, no se pierda, más tenga vida eterna.” (Juan 3:16). La vida eterna es una promesa de vida para siempre en el Cielo con Dios. Dios hace esta promesa - “cree, y tendrás vida eterna.” Para que un cristiano perdiera la salvación, la vida eterna tendría que ser retirada. Si a un cristiano se le ha prometido vivir para siempre, ¿cómo entonces puede Dios romper esta promesa, quitándole la vida eterna?

A un cristiano se le garantiza la glorificación. “Y a los que predestinó, a éstos también llamó; y a los que llamó, a éstos también justificó; y a los que justificó, a éstos también glorificó.” (Romanos 8:30). Como lo aprendemos en Romanos 5:1, la justificación es declarada al momento de la fe en Cristo. De acuerdo a Romanos 8:30, la glorificación está garantizada para todos aquellos a quienes Dios justifica. La glorificación se refiere a un cristiano recibiendo un perfecto cuerpo glorificado en el Cielo. Si un cristiano pudiera perder la salvación, entonces Romanos 8:30 sería un error, porque Dios no puede garantizar la glorificación para todos aquellos a quienes Él predestinó, llamó, y justificó.

Podrían compartirse muchas más ilustraciones de lo que ocurre en la salvación. Sin embargo, aún estas pocas hacen abundantemente claro que un cristiano no puede perder la salvación. La mayor parte, sino todo lo que la Biblia dice que ocurre a una persona cuando recibe a Jesucristo como Salvador, sería invalidado si la salvación pudiera perderse. La salvación no puede ser revertida. Un cristiano no puede ser des-creado como nueva criatura. La redención no puede ser deshecha. La vida eterna no puede perderse y seguir considerándose como eterna. Si un cristiano perdiera la salvación, Dios tendría que retractarse de Su Palabra y cambiar de parecer – dos cosas que la Escritura nos dice que Dios jamás hace.

Este Parafo es una clave importante para comprender lo que la Salvacion es Real mente

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Las objeciones más frecuentes a la creencia de que un cristiano no puede perder la salvación son; (1) ¿qué hay de aquellos que son cristianos y continuamente viven una vida inmoral? – y – (2) ¿qué pasa con aquellos que son cristianos, pero luego rechazan la fe y niegan a Cristo? El problema con estas dos objeciones es la suposición de que “son cristianos” (1) La Biblia declara que un verdadero cristiano ya no continuará viviendo una vida inmoral (1 Juan 3:6). (2) La Biblia declara que alguien que se separa de la fe, demuestra que realmente nunca fue un cristiano (1 Juan 2:19).
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No, un cristiano no puede perder la salvación. Nada puede separar a un cristiano del amor de Dios (Romanos 8:38-39). Nada puede arrebatar a un cristiano de la mano de Dios (Juan 10:28-29). Dios quiere y tiene el poder para garantizar y mantener la salvación que Él nos ha dado. Judas 24-25 dice, “Y Aquel que es poderoso para guardaros sin caída, y presentaros sin mancha delante de su gloria con gran alegría, al único y sabio Dios, nuestro Salvador, sea gloria y majestad, imperio y potencia, ahora y por todos los siglos. Amén.”

[11/08/17]   Question: "Can a Christian lose salvation?"

Answer: First, the term Christian must be defined. A “Christian” is not a person who has said a prayer or walked down an aisle or been raised in a Christian family. While each of these things can be a part of the Christian experience, they are not what makes a Christian. A Christian is a person who has fully trusted in Jesus Christ as the only Savior and therefore possesses the Holy Spirit (John 3:16; Acts 16:31; Ephesians 2:8–9).

So, with this definition in mind, can a Christian lose salvation? It’s a crucially important question. Perhaps the best way to answer it is to examine what the Bible says occurs at salvation and to study what losing salvation would entail:

A Christian is a new creation. “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!” (2 Corinthians 5:17). A Christian is not simply an “improved” version of a person; a Christian is an entirely new creature. He is “in Christ.” For a Christian to lose salvation, the new creation would have to be destroyed.

A Christian is redeemed. “For you know that it was not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed from the empty way of life handed down to you from your forefathers, but with the precious blood of Christ, a lamb without blemish or defect” (1 Peter 1:18–19). The word redeemed refers to a purchase being made, a price being paid. We were purchased at the cost of Christ’s death. For a Christian to lose salvation, God Himself would have to revoke His purchase of the individual for whom He paid with the precious blood of Christ.

A Christian is justified. “Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ” (Romans 5:1). To justify is to declare righteous. All those who receive Jesus as Savior are “declared righteous” by God. For a Christian to lose salvation, God would have to go back on His Word and “un-declare” what He had previously declared. Those absolved of guilt would have to be tried again and found guilty. God would have to reverse the sentence handed down from the divine bench.

A Christian is promised eternal life. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16). Eternal life is the promise of spending forever in heaven with God. God promises, “Believe and you will have eternal life.” For a Christian to lose salvation, eternal life would have to be redefined. The Christian is promised to live forever. Does eternal not mean “eternal”?

A Christian is marked by God and sealed by the Spirit. “You also were included in Christ when you heard the message of truth, the gospel of your salvation. When you believed, you were marked in him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit, who is a deposit guaranteeing our inheritance until the redemption of those who are God’s possession—to the praise of his glory” (Ephesians 1:13–14). At the moment of faith, the new Christian is marked and sealed with the Spirit, who was promised to act as a deposit to guarantee the heavenly inheritance. The end result is that God’s glory is praised. For a Christian to lose salvation, God would have to erase the mark, withdraw the Spirit, cancel the deposit, break His promise, revoke the guarantee, keep the inheritance, forego the praise, and lessen His glory.

A Christian is guaranteed glorification. “Those he predestined, he also called; those he called, he also justified; those he justified, he also glorified” (Romans 8:30). According to Romans 5:1, justification is ours at the moment of faith. According to Romans 8:30, glorification comes with justification. All those whom God justifies are promised to be glorified. This promise will be fulfilled when Christians receive their perfect resurrection bodies in heaven. If a Christian can lose salvation, then Romans 8:30 is in error, because God could not guarantee glorification for all those whom He predestines, calls, and justifies.

A Christian cannot lose salvation. Most, if not all, of what the Bible says happens to us when we receive Christ would be invalidated if salvation could be lost. Salvation is the gift of God, and God’s gifts are “irrevocable” (Romans 11:29). A Christian cannot be un-newly created. The redeemed cannot be unpurchased. Eternal life cannot be temporary. God cannot renege on His Word. Scripture says that God cannot lie (Titus 1:2).

This Paragraph is Particularly very important to understand the true meaning of Salvation
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***Two common objections to the belief that a Christian cannot lose salvation concern these experiential issues: 1) What about Christians who live in a sinful, unrepentant lifestyle? 2) What about Christians who reject the faith and deny Christ? The problem with these objections is the assumption that everyone who calls himself a “Christian” has actually been born again. The Bible declares that a true Christian will not live a state of continual, unrepentant sin (1 John 3:6). The Bible also says that anyone who departs the faith is demonstrating that he was never truly a Christian (1 John 2:19). He may have been religious, he may have put on a good show, but he was never born again by the power of God. “By their fruit you will recognize them” (Matthew 7:16). The redeemed of God belong “to him who was raised from the dead, in order that we might bear fruit for God” (Romans 7:4).***
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Nothing can separate a child of God from the Father’s love (Romans 8:38–39). Nothing can remove a Christian from God’s hand (John 10:28–29). God guarantees eternal life and maintains the salvation He has given us. The Good Shepherd searches for the lost sheep, and, “when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders and goes home” (Luke 15:5–6). The lamb is found, and the Shepherd gladly bears the burden; our Lord takes full responsibility for bringing the lost one safely home.

Jude 24–25 further emphasizes the goodness and faithfulness of our Savior: “To Him who is able to keep you from falling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy—to the only God our Savior be glory, majesty, power and authority, through Jesus Christ our Lord, before all ages, now and forevermore! Amen.”

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Documentary | Frontline - From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians (Part 1

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[05/19/17]   Question: "How can I be saved?"

Answer: This simple, yet profound, question is the most important question that can be asked. "How can I be saved?" deals with where we will spend eternity after our lives in this world are over. There is no more important issue than our eternal destiny. Thankfully, the Bible is abundantly clear on how a person can be saved. The Philippian jailer asked Paul and Silas, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” (Acts 16:30). Paul and Silas responded, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31).

How can I be saved? Why do I need to be saved?
We are all infected with sin (Romans 3:23). We are born with sin (Psalm 51:5), and we all personally choose to sin (Ecclesiastes 7:20; 1 John 1:8). Sin is what makes us unsaved. Sin is what separates us from God. Sin is what has us on the path to eternal destruction.

How can I be saved? Saved from what?
Because of our sin, we all deserve death (Romans 6:23). While the physical consequence of sin is physical death, that is not the only kind of death that results from sin. All sin is ultimately committed against an eternal and infinite God (Psalm 51:4). Because of that, the just penalty for our sin is also eternal and infinite. What we need to be saved from is eternal destruction (Matthew 25:46; Revelation 20:15).

How can I be saved? How did God provide salvation?
Because the just penalty for sin is infinite and eternal, only God could pay the penalty, because only He is infinite and eternal. But God, in His divine nature, could not die. So God became a human being in the person of Jesus Christ. God took on human flesh, lived among us, and taught us. When the people rejected Him and His message, and sought to kill Him, He willingly sacrificed Himself for us, allowing Himself to be crucified (John 10:15). Because Jesus Christ was human, He could die; and because Jesus Christ was God, His death had an eternal and infinite value. Jesus’ death on the cross was the perfect and complete payment for our sin (1 John 2:2). He took the consequences we deserved. Jesus’ resurrection from the dead demonstrated that His death was indeed the perfectly sufficient sacrifice for sin.

How can I be saved? What do I need to do?
“Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31). God has already done all of the work. All you must do is receive, in faith, the salvation God offers (Ephesians 2:8-9). Fully trust in Jesus alone as the payment for your sins. Believe in Him, and you will not perish (John 3:16). God is offering you salvation as a gift. All you have to do is accept it. Jesus is the way of salvation (John 14:6).

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Pray - Rebecca st. james

Yes we are broken we need GOD

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Song: 'Power of Your Love' - Rebecca St. James

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Rebecca St. James - God (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

No matter how you look at it or how much you study at the end one word comes out "GOD"

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