Eternally Saved by “Committing” to Christ?


Jesus promised that anyone who believed in Him ~has~ eternal life. (John 6:47)

The repentance (Greek–metanoia: “change of mind”) that is to eternal life is changing your mind about the sin of unbelief in Jesus.

“Repenting of sins” in order to be eternally saved is ~NOWHERE~ commanded in Scripture.

Repenting of your sins is not part of what saves anyone. That is salvation by human good works. Also, “committing your life to Christ,” (from false prophet Billy Graham) a.k.a. dedicating your life to discipleship, has NOTHING WHATSOEVER do with being saved. Salvation comes ONLY from ~believing in Jesus~. Sanctification (growing in grace, love, and holiness) and fellowship, grow out of our salvation, which is eternally and irrevocably secure.

–Curtis Smale

The Most Important Truth


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The most important truth is that, out of His great love for all people, God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to be the substitutionary sacrifice for the sins of all mankind, to unite people with Him, for His glory.

Jesus is God and man. He lived a perfect and sinless life of love, He died on the cross to pay for the sins of all people who ever lived, He was buried, and He rose again from death to life three days later, providing forgiveness and eternal life and Heaven, (permanently and irrevocably guaranteed), for all who simply once believe in Him as Savior. (John 6:47; 1st Corinthians 15:1-4; Ephesians 1:13,14.)

Please believe in Jesus as your Savior from sin, death, and Hell today.

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–Curtis Smale