Saved Without a Doubt: Being Sure of Your Salvation

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David C Cook, 2006 - Religion - 222 pages
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Do you ever struggle with the insecure feeling of not knowing for sure if you'll go to heaven? Is there any way to overcome that doubt? With pastoral love and concern, John MacArthur carefully examines the classical biblical texts affirming the forever quality of salvation, but does not ignore the troubling passages that seem to indicate otherwise. From there he shows how those truths apply to you by presenting eleven biblical tests to help you determine whether you've experienced salvation once and for all. He concludes by showing how you can match up your feelings with your faith and by taking an encouraging look at victory in the Spirit and the promise of God to help you persevere.
 

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User Review  - ScottKalas - LibraryThing

Saved without a doubt is an easy read but it is packed with a good insight and scripture that covers three topics; Salvation is it a done deal? Can I loose my salvation? Is professed Christian faith ... Read full review

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User Review  - Harter - Christianbook.com

I will start off by admitting I have mixed feelings about this book. The title is extremely self-explanatory; this is a book about being sure of your salvation. I went into this book most certainly ... Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS
9
IS IT A DONE DEAL?
16
IS IT SOMETHING I CAN FEEL?
18
Those Troubling Verses
29
The Ties That Bind
49
The Inevitable Glory
65
IS IT REAL?
79
Dealing with Doubt
111
Adding Virtue upon Virtue
129
Gaining Victory
155
Readers Guide
185
Scripture Index
213
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\John MacArthur, Jr. is president and featured teacher of Grace To Your, the nonprofit organization responsible for developing, producing, and distributing John's books, audiocassettes, and the "Grace to You" radio program. "Grace to You" airs more than 800 times daily in locations across America and around the world. He is the author of dozens book.

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