Perseverance of The Saints

The Perseverance of the Saints is an awesome Biblical Doctrine. It allows the Christian to rest from His labors and repent of his good works so that he may ralize that the power keeping his salvation is from God and not of himself. Many call this doctrine the doctrine of eternal security, or "once saved, always saved" which is true, but this doctrine teaches the believer through the scriptures that the same God that gives power to save is the same God that has power to keep the saved and bring them into completion until the day of Christ Jesus. The Christian who has been drawn by the Almighty God to gaze upon Jesus Christ and believe on Him, will not and cannot lose his salvation. Saving faith did not come by works, and therefore it cannot be lost by works, neither is it based on man's works to sustain it. Those who turn back after tasting the goodness of the Spirit will only come to find out that they never possessed the real thing in from the beginning; they remained dogs that returned to their own vomit while never being transfromed into sheep. Perseverance of the saints can be summed up in one simple phrase: What God begins, He finishes...and that applies to all He has ever done. - B.R. Graves

If our religion be of our own getting or making, it will perish; and the sooner it goes, the better; but if our religion is a matter of God's giving, we know that He shall never take back what He gives, and that, if He has commenced to work in us by His grace, He will never leave it unfinished.
C.H. Spurgeon

Perseverance of the Saints Scripture List

Perseverance of the Saints - Robert Lewis Dabney

The Doctrine of Perseverance - John Piper

Perseverance of the Saints - R.C. Sproul

Final Perseverance - Charles Spurgeon


The Perseverance of the Saints - John Piper

Perseverance of the Saints Part 1 - John MacArthur

Perseverance of the Saints Part 2 - John MacArthur

Perseverance of the Saints Part 3 - John MacArthur

Perseverance of the Saints
- Dr. Robert Cameron

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