without being born of water and the Spirit.”
Yep, Salvation is Super Easy. How So?
Getting saved is as easy as asking God. “Will you help me,” or “Will you save me,” one struggle at a time, even if you live in a country that doesn’t permit a Bible.
Bibles aren’t required for salvation.
Papa God just provided them to prove His existence and support what He tells you and give you a foundation on how to live a righteous life.
But they’re not necessary if you can’t get to one. All you need is God at the very least.
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How Do You Know When God is Talking to You Versus the Enemy?
God talks to you through your heart and the devil manipulates you through your mind—your thoughts.
- If you try to talk yourself out of something, it’s usually God.
- If you try to talk yourself into something, it’s usually the devil.
- If it seems like both, then both are usually in the picture and you just simply go with the answer you think is best and God will correct you if you’re wrong.
You can say, “Papa God, I believe you’re telling me this. If I’m wrong, will you correct your willing servant, please, if you so choose?”
I say this all the time and He always does. Sometimes it takes awhile but in due time He makes everything clear.
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To Teach You Who the One True God Who is…
Many times the devil plays “which God is which” games with you and “which truth is which games” with you and points the finger at God, fooling you into believing God’s an overly religious psychopath when it’s actually Satan you hear (a demon inside you pretending to be God).
Again, God convicts through the heart and you have to pretty much talk yourself out of something when it’s God. You’re usually prone to do this when God is convicting you to do something that’s uncomfortable.
This turns you into a false god and will cost you your salvation if you continue down this path of rebellion.
The devil attacks you through your mind and often you’ll find yourself confused and indecisive. Eventually, contradictions pop up…
… But most importantly, what he usually tries to manipulate you into doing is extreme (psychopathy), whereas, with God, the truth often is relaxed and lies somewhere in the middle.
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To Teach You the Difference Between True Christianity and Legalism Which Look Almost the Same…
Legalism is when you take all of the steps, methods and approaches God gives you and you leave Him out of the equation.
… And instead, you try to climb your way to heaven. Taking His spot.
You seek to be perfect rather than be righteous.
And righteousness and perfection aren’t the same thing.
Legalism leads you to reject the Holy Spirit. It takes you away from God.
True Christianity (ascetiscism) leads you to rely on God (the Holy Ghost) and take risks when God convicts you in the heart.
You’re a fool in faith and that’s what makes you righteous.
You trust God to deliver even if your mind tries to convince you otherwise and your eyes may deceive you.
“Eyes deceive, ears deceive, but I choose to believe.”
This is a fantastic way I remember how to have faith in God from time to time.
People often confuse being righteous (true Christianity) with trying to be perfect (legalism).
But with true Christianity (ascetiscism), you’re transformed from the inside out. You trust God to clean you up, you don’t try to climb your way to heaven.
And it draws you close to God.
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Are There Any Other Forms of Legalism?
Yes, another form of legalism is when you combine your beliefs (as a false god) and mix them with some of God’s laws.
It, then, turns the truth into a lie and you into a walking, talking mini Anti-Christ.
The whole world is steeped in legalism today and almost everyone has a demon inside them. Everyone has their “version” of the truth…
… Which is a lie.
And that’s why God has chosen today to send Christ back to earth and defeat Satan (Revelation 20:1-3) by removing legalism from the entire world and casting out demons…
How to Get Saved
Simply ask, “Lord, will you help me” or “Lord, will you save me” one choice at a time throughout life and you will be saved (Romans 10:9-10). Most especially, in countries without Bibles.
The Holy Spirit is the least you need to get saved.
And, then, when you’re not sure, you can say, “Lord, I think that this is the best answer.
But if I’m wrong, will you correct your willing servant, please?” And He will correct you or test your faith to see if you trust Him enough to go forward without knowing what the right answer is.
But eventually, the answer will be clear one way or another.
How Not to Get Saved
How do you opt out of salvation? Reject God’s help one choice at a time.
Then, go back to your rebellious behavior by pretending Romans 10:9-10 isn’t true. “Lord, you’re wrong. I’m not a sinner. I don’t hurt anybody. (I don’t need your help.)”
Then, disagree with Ezekiel 18:24 (below). “I can live however I want and just say Romans 10:9-10, and then I’m good.”
“However, if righteous people turn from their righteous behavior and start doing sinful things and act like other sinners, should they be allowed to live? No, of course not! All their righteous acts will be forgotten, and they will die for their sins.” —Ezekiel 18:24
This is the best way NOT to get saved and the best way to lose your salvation if you’re already are saved.
So, can you lose your salvation? Yes, you can. Ezekiel 18:24 (above) explains that you can.