Balance-Eternal Security Vs. Conditional Security

Can a saved person lose his or her salvation? Some say never, under any conditions. Others say yes, under certain conditions. Is there a balance? One accusation is that eternal security, no matter how one lives, is a license to sin. An accusation brought against conditional security is that salvation is based on works. A truly saved person doesn’t want to get away with sin. (When he sins, God goes to work on him). A truly saved person will manifest good works out of love for the Lord, as God produces them through him. Conditional security does indeed make salvation, to some degree, depend on our doing or not doing certain things. The balance: Is the person truly saved?  If there is the root, there will be the fruit!  God is the Author and Finisher of our faith! Hebrews 12:2a.   Selah! Carefully study and consider the following: "My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me, and I give unto them eternal life: and they shall never perish,"……..!    (Note: It does not say,"if my sheep follow me" but it tells us that they do follow Him)!        John 10:27-28a.     Ron

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