Conditional Security Proven From The Bible! Part 1 – Assurance of Salvation by Kerrigan Skelly

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Below is a new video, where I teach on the Biblical Doctrine of Conditional Security.  This is actually the fourth teaching of five, on this topic.  The previous three were devoted to properly interpreting the “proof texts” that people use to “prove” Unconditional Eternal Security, also known as Once Saved, Always Saved (OSAS) or Perseverance of the Saints (POTS).

The doctrine of Unconditional Eternal Security is possibly one of the greatest heresies in all of the history of mankind.  It started in the Garden of Eden, when Satan said, “You will not surely die.”  It continues to this day and I consider it to be a doctrine of demons, per 1 Timothy 4:1-2.  It gives people false security and false assurance.

If you want true security, here it is:

Want to know that you TRULY are cleansed by the Blood of Jesus and that you TRULY have true fellowship with other believers? – 1 John 1:5-7

Want to know that you TRULY know Him? – 1 John 2:3-4

Want to know that you TRULY are in Him? – 1 John 2:5

Want to know that you TRULY are righteous like Jesus? – 1 John 3:7-8

Want to know that you TRULY are born of God? – 1 John 3:9

Want to know that you TRULY are a child of God? – 1 John 3:10

Want to have you heart ASSURED? – 1 John 3:18-19

Want to know that you TRULY love Jesus? – John 14:15, John 14:21

Want to know that you TRULY are a friend of Jesus? – John 15:14

Want to know that He is TRULY your Lord? – Matthew 7:21

Want assurance that your house is TRULY built upon the Rock? – Matthew 7:24-25

Want assurance that you TRULY will enter into the New Jerusalem? – Revelation 22:14-15

Want assurance that you have TRUE Faith? – James 2:19-20

Want to know if you have the TRUE Grace of God – Titus 2:11-12

Want to know whether or not your “tree” is “good”? – Matthew 12:33-37

Want to know if you are REALLY His? – 2 Timothy 2:19

Want to know whether you are TRULY a Son of God? – Romans 8:13-14

In the video below, I talk about these passages: Ezekiel 33, John 15, Romans 11, 1 Corinthians 9-10, Hebrews 3-4 & 2 Peter 2.  These passages emphatically prove that the Doctrine of Conditional Security is BIBLICAL!  Enjoy the video and don’t forget to share!

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6 thoughts on “Conditional Security Proven From The Bible! Part 1 – Assurance of Salvation by Kerrigan Skelly

  1. Hey Kerrigan nice Work! U uploading video #2 and #3 on YouTube soon? But anyways this is related to this subject, But are all Christians Commanded to Get in their prayer closet everyday and pray everyday? Is this a Big Sin we ommit if we dont do it? Like if u Refused or Rejected to get in ur prayer closet one day even when u had plenty of time and no other excuse but to Pray that day would u have Sinned against God Kerrigan? Do we have to Repent of this Sin of omission? Of not praying at all somedays?

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    • The Bible doesn’t say that we “have to do it everyday”, but it does say to “pray without ceasing”. I do think that daily private prayer is one of the most important things that a Christian an engage in. If they want to persevere until the end, that they’d better do it everyday. If you go whole days without praying, I would question your salvation. Blessings…

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      • Oh okay thanks Kerrigan but yea you have a big family to take care of daily so u have alot less time to get in ur prayer closet with God daily than someone who is a single Christian Right Kerrigan ? Thanks, But you did say that if u Go An entire Day without praying at all to God even when u had the time then that would be A SIN right?

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  2. No subtitles or closed captioning for me to follow or transcript of what was being said? Would’ve really liked that as I can’t follow audio being hearing impaired.

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