Salvation-Assurance-Defined

Quotes for Topic: Salvation-assurance-defined

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Assurance after all is no more than a full-grown faith; a masculine faith that grasps Christ’s promise with both hands – a faith that argues like the good centurion, if the Lord “speak the word only,” I am healed. Wherefore then should I doubt? (Matt. 8:8).

Assurance after all is no more than a full-grown faith; a masculine faith that grasps Christ’s promise with both hands – a faith that argues like the good centurion, if the Lord “speak the word only,” I am healed. Wherefore then should I doubt? (Matt. 8:8).

Reference:  Holiness, Quoted in: Assured by God, ed. Burk Parsons, P&R, 2006, p. 53. Used by Permission.


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The assurance of the believer is not that God will save him even if he stops believing, but that God will keep him believing – God will sustain you in faith, He will make your hope firm and stable to the end. He will cause you to persevere.

The assurance of the believer is not that God will save him even if he stops believing, but that God will keep him believing – God will sustain you in faith, He will make your hope firm and stable to the end. He will cause you to persevere.

Reference:  Sermon: Sustained by the Faithfulness of God, 1 Cor. 1:1-9, www.DesiringGod.org. Used by Permission.


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Assurance is the fruit that grows out of the root of faith.

Assurance is the fruit that grows out of the root of faith.

Reference:  A Puritan Golden Treasury, compiled by I.D.E. Thomas, by permission of Banner of Truth, Carlisle, PA. 2000, p. 21.