Renee Roland Reads Dave Breese’s Great Paper, “Danger”


Hi Readers,

How awesome and encouraging to see Dave Breese’s fantastically clear paper elucidating the Lordship Salvation deception being promulgated. How cool to see an article get new life and be promoted to people (you) across the globe who have never read it.  I think Dave is laughing in Heaven right now. I think of Dave Breese and right away I use higher level language, as Dave often did. God bless that holy man, made holy by Jesus alone. Massive huge encouragement to me to see someone else recognize and appreciate how great, timely, and pertinent his paper is. Thanks, Renee! 🙂

Many years ago, Dave’s paper was instrumental in clarifying and crystallizing the Lordship Salvation issue for me in one concise article. I considered it a direct spiritual gift from God.

It is one of very few truly great Christian writings I have read over and over.

Here is a link to Dave’s article. Well worth reading and printing out and saving (in case one day we are hit with an E.M.P): https://graceinsightandart.wordpress.com/2016/05/18/danger-by-dave-breese/

Please Share either Dave Breese’s paper or Renee’s videos, and this website, with family and friends, and anyone you think would benefit from it. Thanks! 🙂

All glory to God alone,

Curtis Smale

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23 Replies to “Renee Roland Reads Dave Breese’s Great Paper, “Danger””

  1. Can a person denies or rejects the existence of hell or the lake of fire get saved if he alone believes apart from anything else that Jesus is the sinless God-Man that died the cross for all of his sins and physically rose again as only hope to heaven?

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      1. A person does not have to know anything about “Hell or The Lake of Fire,” in order to get saved does he? For example a person does not need to know that “Hell burns with fire,” or “The way souls are punished there or in the Lake of Fire,” or “How long Hell and the Lake of Fire last,” or “ Know the difference between Hell or the Lake of Fire,” or “Know the location of Hell or the Lake of Fire,” or “The Lake of Fire comes after the final judgement” by all this I mean a person does have to know literally any of things about hell that I have listed here or know literally anything at all about hell or how hell is like or their is lake of fire after hell in order to get saved by the gospel to go to heaven right?

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      2. I see what you are saying. I think that because of their sins, though, a person might have some sense of punishment or separation from the experience of the love of God. Would you agree?

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      3. I sorry I messed up. I actually meant that does a lost person have to know or believe anything about hell or the Lake of Fire in order to get saved by the gospel? For example does a person have to know or believe that “Hell lasts forever or that it burns with fire” in order to get saved, and does a person have to believe that hell is painful in order to get saved, and does a person have to believe or undertsand the “difference between Hell and the Lake of Fire” in order to get saved, and does a person have to know “how souls are punished in hell and the lake of fire” in order to get saved, and does a “person have to know that the lake of fire comes after the final judgement” in order to get saved? My question in this paragraph is does a lost person have to understand or believe any of these doctrines that I have listed here so far about hell or the lake of fire or any other doctrine about hell or the lake of fire in order to get saved by Jesus alone? Does a lost person have to believe or understand anything about hell or the Lake of fire in order to believe the gospel and get saved.

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      4. I don’t think they would have to know about all that, no. Look up 1st Corinthians 15:1-4. That is the Gospel. Christ died for our sins. He did that to reunite us with God, out of love, and for His glory.

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    1. I sense that you, like me, see Hell as a very painful thing to think about. Almost intolerable. If so, I understand. Jesus saves us from he punishment of our sins and from separation from God. If you believe in the Gospel of Jesus, you will be saved.

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  2. Sorry, one more thing. This may sound like a silly or suspicious question a person does not need to that Hell or the lake of fire are painful either in order to get saved does he as long he know he deserves to go there to be separated from God to be punished?

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    1. I think you are like all of us. I understand what you are saying and I am glad you have asked these questions. Basically, Hell is painful, the most painful thing anyone could think about, so we all have a natural desire not to think about it. I get that. Jesus has saved us from the separation and punishment. I understand that you don’t want to think about the pain. Believing in Jesus will save you from the pain and the separation and the punishment. May God richly bless you with peace and assurance in your soul.

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      1. I have question, I know that we receive salvation by believing Jesus died on the cross, was buried, and physically rose again, so these are the three facts that we have to believe for everlasting life right? I hear some preachers say that you have to believe Jesus’s death, burial, and resurrection and you have to also believe on Jesus to save you, but doesn’t it mean you are already believing on Jesus to save you when your believe on His death, burial, and resurrection as your only hope for eternal security and heaven?

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      2. It is wonderful that you are asking this question. 😀 In the book of Acts, the Philippian jailer asks what he must do to be saved. The answer from Paul is: “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you shall be saved…” Jesus said in John chapter 3 that people would have eternal life if they believed in Him. In 1st Corinthians 15:1-4 Paul declared that the Corinthians were saved if they believed the Gospel. He defined the Gospel as: Christ died for our sins, was buried, and rose again according to the Scriptures. That’s a long way to say: I absolutely agree with you! If you believe the Gospel, you automatically believe in Jesus. If you believe in Jesus, you already or will very soon believe that He is God and man, that He died for your sins, was buried, and rose again on the third day according to the Scriptures. I think a belief in His God-man status, His death for our sins, and His resurrection are the main elements of the Gospel. Of course, some verses say we are saved by His blood, His Cross, and His Name. All signify the Person and Work of Jesus. I hope this answers your question. If not, please ask more questions. Thank you.

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  3. I have a question since a person just has to believe one part of the bible which is Jesus’s death, burial, and physical resurrection, then can a person who denies and rejects the virgin birth of Jesus with full knowledge of it or any other doctrine like it get saved if this person believes alone apart from anything else that Jesus is the sinless God-Man who died on the cross for all of his sins, was buried, and physically rose again and that this Jesus is the only way to heaven?

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    1. Yes, I guess they could deny the virgin birth and be saved, but why would they? If they thought He was a sinner, though, then they would not have the right Jesus in His very essence.

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    1. Yes. An eternally saved person could reject Jesus as Savior. Once a person believes in Jesus, he or she is saved forever, irreversibly. Ephesians 1:13,14. 2nd Timothy 2:13.

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      1. I have question, This might sound like a silly question if a person just has to believe in Jesus just for a moment to get saved forever, Then does that mean(in general) a person could believe in Jesus and reject Jesus right after he gets saved?

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      2. It is possible, yes. I came up with a scenario where a father comes to faith in the church parking lot, and one second later his children are run over by an SUV. He curses God for allowing this to happen and is an unbeliever the rest of his life. But in that moment of belief, he was eternally saved. // Some Atheists are going to be surprised that they are going to Heaven—because they believed as a child. // Of course, this is not the normal or desired scenario, but it proves a point about the nature of eternal salvation.

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  4. I have question a person does not have to understand or believe that Jesus’s biological Father was God in order to get saved does he? Because when I first believed the gospel I use to believe that Jesus ‘s biological father was not God so this does mean my faith was in vain was it when believed in Jesus?

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    1. Jesus’ biological father is God. Jesus’ human step-father was Joseph. If you believe Jesus is God and man, that He died on the cross for your sins, was buried and rose again from the dead on the third day, then you are saved eternally, by God’s grace.

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      1. I have question, but a person does not have to believe that God is the biological father of Jesus inorder to get saved right? So even if a person rejects that God is the biological father of Jesus with full knowledge this person could still get saved though right if he believes Jesus is God in the flesh that died on the cross for all of his sins, was buried, and physically rose again right?

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