We go go into how the Church is luke warm mocking this Nun and changing their beliefs to match society. The reprobate church no longer follows the word of God but follows doctrines of man. It is evil. We are definitely in end of days.
You need to understand that once saved always saved is a false doctrine: Galatians 5 and 2 Peter 2 are both chapters that address issues related to false teachings and behaviors of the doctrine “once saved always saved” and “easy believism.”
In Galatians 5 (King James Version), the chapter emphasizes the importance of freedom in Christ and warns against falling back into legalism or relying on human effort for salvation. It emphasizes that salvation is through faith in Christ alone, and not by works of the law. In verse 4, it states, “Christ is become of no effect unto you, whosoever of you are justified by the law; ye are fallen from grace.” This can be interpreted as a warning against adding works or human effort to salvation, which is sometimes associated with the doctrine of “easy believism” where one may believe that simply professing faith in Jesus is enough for salvation without genuine repentance or transformation of life. You need to turn from the pig pen.
2 Peter 2, on the other hand, warns against false teachers who bring destructive heresies and engage in immoral and sinful behavior. It speaks of God’s judgment upon them and emphasizes the consequences of wickedness and leading others astray. In verse 21, it states, “For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them.” This can be interpreted as a warning against falling away from faith and righteousness after having once known and accepted the truth, which may be seen as contradicting the doctrine of “once saved always saved” where one believes that once a person is saved, they cannot lose their salvation regardless of their subsequent actions or behaviors.
In 2 Peter 2 (King James Version), the metaphor of a “dog returning to its own vomit” is used to describe the behavior of false teachers who have turned away from the truth and returned to their previous immoral and sinful ways. This metaphor is found in verse 22, which states, “But it is happened unto them according to the true proverb, The dog is turned to his own vomit again; and the sow that was washed to her wallowing in the mire.” This metaphor can be interpreted as a warning against those who have once known and accepted the truth but then turn away from it and return to their former sinful behavior, likening it to a dog that returns to its vomit or a pig that returns to wallowing in the mud.
In the context of the doctrines of “once saved always saved” and “easy believism,” this metaphor can be seen as cautioning against a false sense of security in salvation without genuine repentance and transformation of life. It may be interpreted as emphasizing the importance of true conversion and sincere commitment to righteous living as evidence of genuine faith, and warning against a superficial or shallow understanding of salvation that allows for a return to sinful behavior. This interpretation may be used by some to reject the idea that once a person is saved, they are eternally saved and cannot lose their salvation, or that salvation can be obtained without a genuine transformation of life. AICB
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