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She gave a testimony so clear that the young man was frightened and pressed her to go back and be less presumptuous with God.
She answered, ‘Young man, if I should nae be in Heaven the guid Lord would lose more that I cauld ever lose.’ This amazed him more than her first attitude, and he broke out at once, asking for an explanation.
I said, “But Monsieur le curé, suppose that I were the son of Monsieur Poincaré? I get up from the breakfast table and kiss him goodbye as he goes to his office. One is saved by trusting in the person and work of Jesus on the cross for us and in his resurrection–not by “inviting Christ into one’s heart.”Is your trust in the Christ who died for behalf?
Then I go down to the ministry of finance, for example, and ask the fourth secretary of the second assistant if it is possible for me to see the minister of finance. The Bible says that Christ died for your sins and was raised from the dead (1 Corinthians 15.1-4). If the answer is “yes”, then you have God’s own word and faithfulness that you have eternal life and will spend eternity with Christ.
Such belief strikes at the very heart of Christ’s work and insults the integrity of God.
The only possible way one can “lose” salvation is to reject the work of Christ.
If I do succeed in reaching his office my request is for an interview with papa.” My friend appeared thunderstruck, and I went on to say that I am a child of God, heir of God and joint-heir with Christ, that I have been saved through the death of the Savior and thus as a son I have immediate access to the Father.”We begin new life in Christ through trusting in Him and Him alone. Furthermore, salvation is not something that can be “lost” because you sin. What you do or do not do has no effect on your salvation because it is Christ’s work that is sufficient before God.
To believe that you can commit some sin and “lose” your salvation is to believe that your sin is greater than Christ’s work on the cross and the power of his resurrection.
Therefore, assurance of salvation is impossible if salvation depends in any part on a person’s works or good deeds.
The only way to God is through trusting the work of His Son, Jesus Christ.
God desires that all who have put their faith in Christ that they have eternal life. Is it presumptuous to depend on Christ’s righteousness? Salvation begins when one believes the gospel (1 Corinthians 15.1-4).
Only by exercising faith in Christ’s work (His death and resurrection) can one be justified before God. It does not matter if you have all the good deeds of a Mother Teresa or an Albert Schweitzer.
None of these works merit God’s approval for salvation.