Why Say That?
| Hebrews 10: 23,
"Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without
wavering..." Why would the Holy Spirit have the writer encourage
readers to do this if it was impossible to be lost once you were saved?
Did the Holy Spirit think one could turn loose of his profession of faith?
It sounds like that, doesn't it? Would a person be saved anyway even if he
turned loosed of his faith? Some say so. But you can see the Bible does
not teach that.
These daily notes could probably be filled each day with Scriptures that refute that " once-saved; always-saved" false doctrine. In fact, one of the major themes of the book of Hebrews is that we can turn back if we choose and lose everything.
That men will teach error is commonplace. But nothing is more ludicrous and ridiculous than the Calvinistic doctrine of the impossibility of apostasy. Regardless of how many believe it, it is as false as any false doctrine ever taught.