The music is hysterical. Watching these very popular False Preachers tell you straight out that salvation is by your good works is bust-out laughing funny. Of course, it is very serious stuff, but these guys are buffoons, standing up there in the pulpit, trying to figure out what they believe.
God wants saved believers to do good works, of course, but those good works are free will choices done by faith, grace, and the Holy Spirit. They are NOT automatic, and they are NOT guarantees of salvation.
Anyone who believes in Jesus the God-man, crucified and killed for all your sins, and buried, and raised again on the third day–is saved, forgiven of all sins, and guaranteed irrevocably to go to Heaven the minute he or she dies. John 6:47, 1st Corinthians 15:1-4.
Preaching the wrong message is a very serious, and damnable thing–according to Galatians chapter one.
AND ALMOST ALL CHURCHES ARE DOING IT.
It is necessary for me to talk about Lordship non-Salvation when I preach the Gospel, and to distinguish it from the biblical Gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus–which is without the works of the law, without repentance from sins, and without lifelong discipleship.
The Bible distinguishes it in the same way: “it is the gift of God, not of works.”