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A forum to discuss Salvation, Eternal Security and other topics that pertain to Salvation.


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  1. True or False Convert?

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  2. Condemned Already

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  3. The Lordship of Christ

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  4. Led To Repentance

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  5. Doubting Salvation

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  6. Soul Sleep

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  7. Salvation question

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  8. Good Friday?

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  9. Born Of God

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  10. The Exchange

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  12. John81
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  14. All things are become new

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  15. Hell Is A Real Place

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    • I didn't know it was a common argument against the KJV when I say I use the KJV 1769 and not KJV 1611, because I do say this all the time and I am not against the KJV! I do think it is misleading to say 1611 if it's not the one you're actually using, though.  What's wrong with being accurate with the year of the KJV Bible you're using?
    • This topic is not to discuss the accuracy of the KJV or other translations, but to discuss the use of saying "I use the KJV 1611 Bible" Is it wrong to say that we use the KJV 1611 or should we say KJV 1763? A common argument against the KJV is to say that we don't use the 1611 Bible but rather the 1763. I understand what took place in the English language for the updates that took place in 1763, and I also understand why I say KJV 1611. Nobody that I'm aware of says that the Bible I read is the original KJV 1611 style, but the foundation was from the KJV 1611. It seems that that logic that is thrown in the KJV faces only applies to the Bible. I drive a 2013 Chrysler 200M. People always tell me that its a 2013, but there have been changes made to the car since 2013 (It does not have all the original 2013 parts) so why do those same people still say its a 2013 car? 
    • There are several passages that give general prophecies of judgement that also state if those same people turn from their sin, God would withhold the judgement, and also the opposite: if the righteous turn from righteousness, God will bring judgement. I’m not feeling well, but I am sure it is not too hard to find those passages. Also, though Esau repented and later wanted the birthright, God did not change His mind on giving it to Jacob (it was His plan to give it to Jacob all along). Esau was never interested in walking with the Lord or getting any spiritual blessings - he just wanted to feed his fleshly appetites.
    • footnote re "promise" in KJV.  https://www.blueletterbible.org/search/search.cfm?Criteria=promise&t=KJV "promise" occurs 53 times in 50 verses in the KJV.
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