“Jesus came to save us from our sins. … He came to make us perfect.”

“Did you know that there are over 80 passages in the New Testament that warn Christians not to lose what they’ve got in Christ?”

“If you stay in the Vine you go on having eternal life. But if you drift away you lose the life, because the branches don’t have life in themselves.”

– David Pawson

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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Once Saved Always Saved by David Pawson – Book Promo

David Pawson

David Pawson
Published on Aug 4, 2014

In this short video David Pawson introduces his book “Once Saved Always Saved”


(video) David Pawson: “Once Saved Always Saved?” — “80 PASSAGES in the New Testament that WARN US not to lose what we’ve found in Christ” • “People who believe in ‘once saved always saved’ believe it because they’ve listened to someone who taught it” • “Preachers rarely quote Romans 11: ‘if you do not continue in His kindness you too will be cut off’” — Jesus said: only those who overcome will not have their names removed from the Book of Life

Once Saved, Always Saved?: A Study in Perseverance and Inheritance Paperback – November 1, 1996, by David Pawson

(video) David Pawson: The True God and The True Gospel — “We have had what I believe is an overemphasis on the God of love in our preaching to non-believers, something that the New Testament apostles never did”

(video) David Pawson on PAUL and JAMES: Paul was defending Gentiles from JEWISH *works-of-the-law* LEGALISM; James was defending Jews from Gentile LICENSE TO SIN. • When Paul says ‘WORKS’ he means *works of the law,* but James means *actions*. • “Faith without actions cannot save you.” • FAITH + ACTIONS = SAVING FAITH!

(video) David Pawson Interview on “Divorce & Remarriage” — Unbiblically married? What to do…

Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way | Who are the Children of God? — “There is therefore now *no condemnation* to those who are IN CHRIST Jesus, who don’t WALK according to the flesh, but ACCORDING TO THE SPIRIT.”

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