It sounds as if you are saying one can lose his salvation; is that what is being said? In order for a person to fear losing his or her salvation, he or she had to have thought that he or she had salvation at some point. How then can a person lose his or her salvation if they thought they had it at some point? That is not in line with "once saved, always saved". I hope I conveyed my confusion clearly and that you will respond as soon as possible.
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http://www.insearchoftruth.org/articles ... saved.html
Are not consistent with "once saved, always saved", because I believe that doctrine is inconsistent with the Scriptures.
Please look over these two articles, and let me know what you think:
http://www.insearchoftruth.org/articles ... aints.html
These two articles demonstrate the contradiction between that doctrine and the Bible.
Thank you for your question and providing me an opportunity to respond. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
May God help us to have a sincere love of the truth,