by Adrian Rogers

Seven Reasons Why A Saved Person Cannot Be Lost
Adrian Rogers

I told you I wanted to give you 7 reasons that a born again child of God could never again be a lost soul, n going to do it in 20 minutes or less. I promise you that. You can set your watches and it'll be done tonight because I just want to take the remainder of the time and just share with you. And so you're going to have to listen in a hurry. But I want to give you these reasons, you can jot them down. Now when I am talking about the security of the believer I'm not talking about being a church member. I am talking about someone who has been saved, someone who has been born again, somebody who has become a partaker of the divine nature. I'm telling you that that person can never, ever again be a lost soul. Not everyone who professes to be saved is saved. Jesus said in Matthew chapter 7 and verse 22-, "Many shall say unto me in that day, Lord, Lord have we not prophesied in thy name and in thy name cast out devils, and in thy name done many wonderful works and then will I profess unto them, Depart from me ye that work iniquity, I never knew you." Now outwardly they looked like they were saved, but they were never saved. They didn't lose their salvation. They never had it. But Jesus said to His sheep in John chapter 10, verses 27, 28 and 29, "I know my sheep and they hear my voice. And I give unto them eternal life and they shall never perish." Now there's a difference between those who knows and those who never knew. Those who he never knew didn't lose their salvation. They may have been religious but they were never lost. But those he knows, those who have that personal relationship with Jesus can never, ever be a lost soul. Somebody says, "Well I know someone who was once saved and now he's lost." No, you don't. You know someone who you thought was saved, but now he may be lost. But dear friend, a person who was truly saved can never, ever again be a lost soul. "Well," you say, "What about all t ...

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